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Members of the Town of Minto’s Filipino Canadian Community

Filipino Immigrants in Rural Areas

Tagahanap Ng Landas: By Tom Lusis When most people think of immigrating to Canada, the first places that come to mind are “gateway” cities like Toronto, Vancouver or Montreal. These cities have established ethnic neighborhoods, businesses and organizations to help newcomers integrate into Canada. Yet are they the only option? Some immigrants have followed a 

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New report finds housing in the GTHA can be more affordable

By Ysh Cabana The Philippine Reporter Greater Toronto and Hamilton area (GTHA) housing can be more affordable according to Ryerson City Building Institute (CBI) in its October 2018 report. The report, “Finding the Missing Middle” claims the urban region has more than enough room to meet the current housing demand. GTHA is one of North 

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Kamalayan youth media brings meaningful message

Toronto Filipino youth collective uses funding to increase media literacy. By Ysh Cabana The Philippine Reporter Carlos Saldaña, 18, shared how he got the hang of being in front of the camera. “I’ve learned how to properly talk in public manner, to acquaint with the news, and to express verbally my ideas.” Kamalayan Konsciousness Kollective 

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From left: Artists Melchor Jaluag, Michelle Chermaine Ramos, a guest artist, Meena Chopra, Gil Silvestre, Lala Garcia and Artist Isabel Castellvi Grosvenor

Fil-Can artists’ works at Toronto City Hall

Five Filipino-Canadians are among the 14 artists displaying their works at “The Arts Through the Eyes of Cultures,” a multicultural art exhibition currently going on at the Toronto City Hall Rotunda, from Oct. 21 to 28, 2018. The art event is organized by the National Ethnic Press and Media Council of Canada (NEPMCC), with financial 

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PICTORIAL: Isang Gabi Lang Sya

Gabby Concepcion in Toronto, Oct. 5, 2018, Korean Canadian Cultural Centre (Photos provided)

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Toronto FilCan delegation heading to Canadian Parliament in Ottawa

By Tony A. San Juan, OCT. In response to the “call for patriotic duty” and meaningful participation, a delegation of Filipino Canadians from the Greater Toronto Area will travel and converge in Ottawa on October 31, 2018. The action is to support and witness in the Canadian Parliament the final reading and passage of Motion 

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Photos Courtesy of Iglesia Ni Cristo Public Information Office

Church’s growing presence in Manitoba brings hope

International Religious Organization Renovates House of Worship in Rathwell and Holds Humanitarian Event in poverty-stricken area of Winnipeg OCTOBER 5, 2018 (WINNIPEG, MANITOBA) – In the heart of Rathwell, Manitoba, about 90 minutes away from Winnipeg, the Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church Of Christ), an international religious organization, opened the doors of its newly renovated worship 

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Sir Joe Damasco, KGOR, Regional Commander, Knights of Rizal Canada Region

Knights of Rizal Canada 18th Commanders’ Ball in Toronto Nov. 2

By Romeo Ayson Zetazate and Dindo Orbeso All systems go in connection with the forthcoming 18th Commanders’ Ball set on November 2, 2018 at JC’s Banquet Hall located at 1686 Ellesmere Road, Scarborough, Ontario, Canada. Sir Joe Damasco, KGOR, Canada Rizal Regional Commander, said that the event will be attended by officers and members of 

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It’s not about the destination, it’s all about the Journey

A Celebration of Life: Journey Lael Hilario By Analise Ticzon (Journey’s ‘Tita-Manang’) On Tuesday, September 25th, 2018, our beloved Journey Lael Hilario passed away after a sudden asthma attack at the tender age of 15. She is lovingly remembered by her mother Wendy Codinera Archard, stepdad David Archard, her father Jay Hilario, her older brother Jaden, 

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Magno sues Cusipag and sons for alleged fraudulent transfer of properties

By The Philippine Reporter It’s been several months since Balita publisher Tess Cusipag lost a defamation lawsuit filed by Oswald P. Magno but Cusipag’s legal woes appear to be far from over. The Philippine Reporter has obtained a Statement of Claim filed with the Ontario Superior Court of Justice on July 18, 2018 showing Magno, 

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