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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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Invitation to all Bicolanos and Bicolanas

Devotees to the  Virgin of Peñafrancia The 5th-month novena devotions to the Virgin of Peñafrancia will be on Sunday, July 14, 2019 NOTE: Feast Day Celebrations: 3rd Saturday of September, Sept. 21, with Fluvial Parade at the Bluffers Park Lake. This month’s Novena Devotions: Date: July 14, 2019, Sunday (2nd. Sunday of July, 2019 ) 

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FILIPINO HERITAGE MONTH” CELEBRATION EVENTS IN THE GTA FILIPINO CANADIAN COMMUNITIES, JUNE 2019

1..National Filipino Heritage Canada, “Filipino Heritage Month Kick-Off Celebration”, Albert Campbell Square, Scarborough Civic Centre(Free). 1..Philippine Independence Day Council-PIDC “Salu Salo Community Potluck Picnic”,10:00 am, Earl Bales Park, North York(Free) 1..TCDSB “Proudly Pinoy/Philippine Heritage Day”, James Cardinal McGuigan Catholic School, Finch Ave. E. Toronto (Free). 2..Durham Filipino Heritage Festival, 9 am – 9 pm., Pickering 

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4 GTA FilCan Community groups slate Filipino Heritage Month celebrations

By Tony A. San Juan The inaugural year of the “Filipino Heritage Month” across Canada, as officially proclaimed by the House of Commons on October 30, 2018, will commence in June 2019. In the spirit of national character and traditions, Filipino Canadians are hopeful and excited of participating proudly in the celebration of this very 

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PUBLIC FORUM: NDF and the Struggle for Peace in the Philippines

Since President Rodrigo Roa Duterte came to power in 2016, his government has turned its back many of its promises to the Filipino people. Economically, job creation is at its lowest and the practice of labor contractualization remains. Politically, the country is more divided than ever, with the government resorting to fascistic measures to silence 

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Matrix of events organized by Philippine Consulate of TO for Filipino Heritage Month

The Philippine Consulate General, Toronto would like to share with you a matrix of events organized by the Philippine Consulate General Toronto in celebration of the 2019 Filipino Heritage Month in June. Copy is also attached. Please share with the members of your organization, your friends, families, colleagues and in your online and print media.

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7x Fitness for Women Opening Weekend

Website: www.7xfitnessforwomen.com

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Carassauga 2019 — May 24 – 26

MISSISSAUGA–Carassauga Festival of Cultures, celebrating its 34th anniversary and proudly Canada’s Largest Multicultural Festival. Visit various countries that will be represented this year in 12 venues, filling hockey arenas, city community centres and cultural centres to celebrate their proud heritage. Carassauga is famous for its ethnic foods, vibrant performances and cultural displays and this year 

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PUP-PCC 2nd Global Reunion in Toronto

After the successful 1st Global Reunion in Las Vegas, Nevada USA in 2016, the Polytechnic University of the Philippines/Philippine College of Commerce (PUP/PCC) will be holding its once in a lifetime 2nd Global Reunion in Toronto on May 18-19, 2019 with the title “2Gather Again.” The highlight of this event will be a “Meet & 

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A Reading & Conversation with Jessica Hagedorn

By Robert Diaz In her Toronto debut, award-winning Filipino American author Jessica Hagedorn will reflect on how the city, especially Manila, has influenced her artistry and craft. She will read from her past writing, as well as engage in conversation with Lucy Mae San Pablo Burns, Associate Professor of Asian American Studies at UCLA. Jessica 

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