Round Up

Catholic fundraiser receives $6,000

Archdiocesan Filipino Catholic Missions formerly Filipino Chaplaincy celebrated its first fundraiser at the Our Lady of Assumption Church Hall last December 14, 2008. The Fundraiser was a Christmas Party at the same time. Father Ben Ebcas blessed the guests with his warm and touching message that evoked the true Filipino Christmas spirit, that Jesus is 

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Laptop, Ipod, camera top prizes in OFW raffle

The Filipino Migrant Workers’ Movement (FMWM) is pleased to announce the lucky winners of its fund raising raffle last December 20, 2008 held during the joint Christmas Party of Migrante-Ontario and Independent Workers Association [IWA] at 25 Cecil Street, Toronto. Ms. Rachel Fabula is the grand prize winner of a brand new Sony Vaio laptop; 

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Elises re-elected as president of Pillars

Last Saturday, Nov. 29, it was great to see many members of The Pillars Cultural Association at the election of officers for 2009-2010 despite freezing and windy weather. The elected officers will serve a two year term. All newly elected officers will take office effective January 1, 2009 and end on December 31, 2010. All 

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National Ethnic Press and Media Council Holiday Party

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Human Rights Day marked in Toronto (Festival of Resistance) Sunday, Dec. 7

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PMB’s Buhay Migrante: Hinagpis at Ligaya, Luha at Halakhak

Members and friends of Pilipinong Migrante sa Barrie [PMB] are all smiles after their first major community event dubbed Buhay Migrante: Hinagpis at Ligaya, Luha at Halakhak [A Migrant’s Life: Sorrow and Joy, Tears and Laughter] held last Dec. 6 in Barrie, Ontario. PMB’s “coming out” event was a night of song and dance, rhythm 

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Indigenous Filipino Anglican priest visits Toronto

TORONTO–Fr. Rex B. Reyes, first Filipino indigenous person to become Secretary General of the National Council of Churches in the Philippines (NCCP), was recently in town November 25-December 1, hosted by the United Church and the Anglican Church of Canada and Kairos Canada. Fondly known to Igorots and non-Igorots alike as Padi Rex, he hails 

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Alex Guarnes throws a Christmas Party in Greek restaurant

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2nd Birthday

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Other Community Round-Up

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