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Andres Bonifacio art and book festival set on Nov. 17 at Toronto City Hall

TORONTO–An event celebrating the life and historical contribution of Philippine hero Andres Bonifacio will feature works by Filipino Canadian writers and artists, and a presentation by an award-winning Filipino journalist and 2019 Marshall McLuhan awardee Patricia Evangelista. The event will be held at 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, November 17, 2019 at the 

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Invitation to organizations and individuals to join the Andres Bonifacio Festival on Nov. 17, 2019

On behalf of the Filipino Canadian Writers and Journalists Network (FC-WJNet), the National Ethnic Press and Media Council of Canada (NEPMCC) and the PLUMA Collective, we cordially invite you to the ANDRES BONIFACIO FESTIVAL — a celebration of the life, leadership and works of Andres Bonifacio, founder of the Katipunan which led the Philippine Revolution 

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Hong Kong Protests: Report, Insights and Scenarios by Eric Baculinao

Filipino Canadian Writers and Journalists Network (FC-WJNet) presents: Eric Baculinao NBC News Beijing Bureau Chief Thursday, Oct. 17 at 6 pm Migrants Resource Centre Canada 2482 Dufferin St., Suite 207, Toronto Along the TTC Dufferin bus route #29 northound (if coming from downtown). Right at the corner of Castlefield Drive

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Bonifacio Festival, Nov. 17

Nov. 17, 2019 11AM – 5PM Council Chambers, 2nd Floor Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen St. W. A celebration of the life, leadership and works of Andres Bonifacio, founder of the Katipunan which led the Philippine Revolution of 1896 that toppled the Spanish colonial rule. Featuring an art exhibit, a book fair, cultural numbers and 

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Reporting The Voiceless, Nov. 17

Mainstreaming Marginalized Issues in The Media By 2019 Marshall McLuhan Fellow Patricia Evangelista Nov. 17, 2019 11AM – 5PM Council Chambers, 2nd Floor, Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen St. W. Organized by: Filipino Canadian Writers and Journalists Network (FC-WJNet) and PLUMA, co-sponsored with National Ethnic Press and Media Council of Canada (NEPMCC)

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Ann Paula Bautista, Maricris Rivera, Isabel Kanaan, Alia Rasul, and Belinda Corpuz, call themselves the Tita Collective.

TITA JOKES
 The Spice Girls of Comedy – with a Filipina twist

January 8 – 19, 2020 at Factory Theatre After a massively successful run at the 2019 Toronto Fringe Festival, Tita Collective will present an extended version of their award winning show Tita Jokes, as part of the 2020 Next Stage Theatre Festival January 8 – 19, 2020 at Factory Theatre Mainspace. Tita Collective, an all 

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IFI’s Obispo Maximo Timbang visits Eastern Canada

To speak on current Philippine issues BE TRANSFORMED BY THE RENEWING OF THE MIND. With this theme of the Iglesia Filipina Independiente’s 117th Proclamation Anniversary, the Parish of the Holy Child, Greater Toronto Area invites everyone to a PONTIFICAL MASS ON SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14, 10AM at the ALL SAINTS KINGSWAY ANGLICAN CHURCH on 2850 Bloor 

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PIDC Gala with star entertainers

The Philippine Independence Day Council, wishes to announce one of its prestigious events, the Mabuhay Philippines Festival 2019 PIDC Gala, supported and funded by TD Bank and the Canadian Asian Heritage Multiculturalism. Fittingly, Cristina Carpio, Editor-In-Chief Marquee Magazine and host of Amazon Prime’s Going Global and Kayla-Marie Williams, host/reporter of CP24 News are cvo-hosting the 

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Former Lord Mayor’s Cup Invitation Golf Tournament 2019

Royal Niagara Golf Club, Saturday, August 24, 2019 Charity Fundraising for scholarships in the Philippines

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PLUMA: An intimate night of story telling

Pluma Collective Reading, July 20 Filipino Heritage Month might be in June but we are continuing to celebrate the diverse stories of Filipino-Canadians all year round! Pluma Collective is a collective of Filipino-Canadian writers in the Greater Toronto Area whose work spans genres and generations. They will be hosting an intimate night of storytelling at 

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