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Lizzacriz Mae Portodo, Grade 12 Honour Student of St. Joseph’s Morrow Park Catholic Secondary School, TCDSB.

FilCan wins Ontario poster design tilt

A Filipino Canadian secondary school graduate in Ontario received an Ontario Business Educators’ Association award  for winning the “OBEA 2019 Poster Design Contest” in all publicly-funded Catholic and public high schools in the province. The annual competition is conducted to create an excellent image in promoting the Ontario Business Educators’ Association and its mission and 

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From left: Danny Zapata, Art Viola, Art Edralin, Jimmy Alejandro and Johnny Pingol representing FCAN Seniors Golfers to the Filipino Intercity/ Interclub Golf Tournament of North America held at the Willow Valley GC in Hamilton, Ontario on August 31 and September 1, 2019 hosted by Hamilton FIGNA Golfers headed by Overall Chair Bonner Villabroza. Participated by Hamilton Team, Southern Ontario Golf Association, TGA Group of New Jersey, PGALI New York Ltd., FAGA- Filipino American Golfers Association of NY, Philippine Golf Association of NY, Niagara FILCAN and Ottawa.
Art Viola shot 62 net Saturday, 60 net Sunday, one of the best scores in Flight C.

Golf Tournament draws 100 players

Former Mayor’s Invitational Former Lord Mayor’s Cup Invitational Golf Tournament was held at the Royal Niagara Golf Course last August 24, 2019 with over 100 players participating. Proceeds from the tournament will benefit students from the Philippines who needed financial assistance to finish the course of their own liking in college and/ or university. Our 

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Create Philippines: Audio Visual Fil-Can partnership

The Philippine Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) in Toronto is pleased to announce the forthcoming Business Mission for the Audio Visual Industry to Toronto and Ottawa, Canada on September 22-27, 2019. Organized by the Department’s Export Marketing Bureau in cooperation with the Film Development Council of the Philippines and the Animation Council of the 

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Wesley Chapel celebrated with the Filipino members

Wesley Chapel celebrated with the Filipino members and declared June as its Philippine Heritage month. The whole month of June showcased the Filipino culture from songs, dances to food. The month was culminated with a fundraising lunch serving Asian dishes. Wesley Chapel is a multi-cultural church. The nations represented in the church enjoyed the presentation 

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Filipino style Pork and chicken barbecue were the bestsellers at Taste of Manila.

Pinoys sharing food, culture and having the best times of their lives

Taste of Manila 2019: The food and the ambience By Marites N. Sison WHO was it who once said that Filipinos laugh in order not to cry when life deals them a bad hand? One should add that they also eat, sing and dance to forget their woes. The rain was still pouring by 9 

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Taste of Manila 2019 Pictorial by Ysh Cabana

August 17, 18, 2019 at Bathurst and Wilson, Toronto Photos: Ysh Cabana

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The woman with an iron will and a heart of gold

16 Lessons from Rebecca Bustamante: By Michelle Chermaine Ramos The Philippine Reporter Former maid, now self-made CEO, philanthropist, author, producer, TV host, motivational speaker and Asia business leader Rebecca Bustamante-Mills’ literal rags-to-riches journey is no Cinderella story. She is altogether the servant girl, saviour and now fairy godmother in this gritty tale of faith, hope 

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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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FILM REVIEW: A tragedy of horror

Misterio de la Noche (2019) By Ysh Cabana The Philippine Reporter One doesn’t have to fully understand Philippine folklore to know about tales of witches. Different cultures throughout the world are rife of accounts about sightings of creatures that can shapeshift, often said to be found at night. In the motherland, these are the kind 

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Public Mobile unveils refreshed brand identity and new people first campaign

Public Mobile Brand Refresh Since 2015, Public Mobile has been on a journey – with the evolving prepaid landscape, shift in consumer behaviour and buying habits, and the presence of new entrants in the market, the company has decided to update its brand identity to better represent what Public Mobile stands for today. At Public, 

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