Devotees to the Virgin of Peñafrancia

This month’s Novena Devotions: Date: June 17, 2018, Sunday ( 3rd. Sunday of June 2018 ) Place: Our Lady of Assumption Church (OLA), 2565 Bathurst St. Time: 1:30 pm devotion starts • Rosary • Novena to the Virgin of Pinafrancia • Holy Mass Sponsors for this month’s Devotees of the Virgin of Peñafrancia from the 

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PCUAA Summerfest 2018

The Philippine Colleges and Universities Alumni Association (PCUUA) will host their signature venue, Summerfest-Sportsfest on June 9, 2018 at the Mississauga Valley Community Centre. Date of availability of this much sought after park is a factor for the earlier date. Fourteen alumni associations are expected to participate in this much touted event now going on 

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Filipino Canadian Writers and Journalists Network Launch, April 20

Filipino Canadian Writers and Journalists Network (FC-WJNet) Launch on April 20, 2018 @ 6pm Rm. 2007D, Wilson Hall, U of  T, 40 Willcocks St.,corner Spadina Ave., Toronto

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PCCF 2018 Schedule of Events

Mrs. Philippines Canada Pre Pageant April 28, 2018, Saturday 6:00 PM – 1:00 AM Macedonian Banquet Hall (St. Clement Of Ohrid) 76 Overlea Blvd, Toronto, ON Little Miss Phils. Canada Pre Pageant Little Mr. Phils. Canada Pre Pageant May 5, 2018, Saturday 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM Korean Centre, 1133 Leslie St., Toronto Miss Phils. 

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Manny Mogato

2017 Marshall McLuhan Fellow Manny Mogato to speak in Toronto

Manny Mogato is the 2017 Marshall McLuhan Fellow. Hear him speak on Dec. 5, 2017, 6 pm at Wilson Hall, University of Toronto. 40 Wilcocks Street corner Spadina Ave., Toronto The Marshall McLuhan Award for Investigative Journalism is the Embassy of Canada in Manila’s flagship public diplomacy initiative. Forum organized by Filipino Canadian Writers and 

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Launch of Diasporic Intimacies Nov. 17

The book, “Diasporic Intimacies: Queer Filipinos and Canadian Imaginaries,” edited by Robert Diaz, Marissa Largo and Fritz Pino, will be launchedon November 17, 2017, 6:00 pm – 10 pm at the Urban Space Gallery on 401 Richmond Street, Toronto. The event brings together artists, activists, scholars, and frontline community workers as they reflect on the 

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RISING TYRANNY: The Philippines today

Thursday, November 16, 2017, 7:00-9:00 PM Doors open and refreshments at 6:30 PM The Mary Ward Centre, 70 St. Mary Street, Toronto (near Bay & Charles Sts.) After a year-and-a-half in power, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s promise of change has been replaced by authoritarian rule.  Even before Duterte was sworn into power, his regime embarked 

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Chairperson Myrna de Leon, Lita Abesamis, Lita Leano, Dolly Poblete, Flora Vaz,  George R. Poblete, Pam and Joe Nunez, Susie Vergara, Noemi Nepomuceno, Tessie de la Cruz,  Citas and Alex Ibanez, Evelyn Paul, Clara Fernandez, Jenny Meneses,   Peter and Loretta de D’Souza. (Photo provided)

Block Rosary Crusades of Toronto

Thanksgiving Mass and Living Rosary at St. Aidan Church in Scarborough The Block Rosary Crusaders of Toronto celebrated their Thanksgiving Mass at St. Aidan Catholic Church in Scarborough. This Living Rosary celebration in St. Aidan Catholic Church was led by Flora Vaz with her Goan team of Bridget D’ Souza, Joe Nunez, Peter D’Souza, Jenny 

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Taste of Manila on Aug. 19-20 just got bigger

CAMBODIA, PAGCOR, PCSO JOIN IN Two Philippine government-owned corporations and the Kingdom of Cambodia are the latest to join the growing number of sponsors of the Taste of Manila (ToM) street festival which will be held on Saturday and Sunday, (Aug. 19-20) in Toronto’s Little Manila. The participation of Cambodia is particularly significant. The kingdom is 

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Halo halo fest back Aug. 27

Gear up for Sunday August, 27. Halo Halo Fest or H2O Fest is coming to you at the Artscape Wychwood Barns. Located at Christie & St. Clair West, the Wychwood Barns was home to H2O every August, the first two in 2014 and 2015. H2O chose August because it’s the month of the martyrdom of 

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