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I came across an article on your website by Linda Torio. It was published on September 16, 2017 and entitled “Adult Education Program Now Tuition-Free for Graduated Adults”Adult Education Program ...

When I asked my children what they wanted for dinner one evening, they said, “We want Filipino food.” That gave me pause, because at their age, it never occurred to me to qualify what I eat. ...

Editor’s note: We are pleased to feature this essay by our newest contributor Carissa Duenas based in Toronto, Ontario. The essay was first published in The Globe and Mail on November 3, 2017. You ...

Among Filipinos in Canada today, there are two distinct groups that will eventually become the face of Canadian Filipinos of the future: Filipinos who arrived young in Canada with their immigrant ...

Last year, I had an opportunity to facilitate classes to supplement students’ Socials Studies curriculum at a Vancouver school. It hasn’t been that long since I was a curious high school student ...

Schools across Surrey and the Lower Mainland of British Columbia have been struggling to find ways to solve overcrowding in classrooms. With overcrowded schools, are the students getting the help ...

Juan Alim, 78, a former Filipino citizen who was naturalized as a Canadian citizen in 1998, arrived in Manila last year to celebrate Christmas with relatives. He enjoyed his stay so much that he ...

Temporary foreign worker programs (TFWP) or “guest worker” schemes are an example of contradictions in liberal democratic states that have to find compromises in achieving conflicting social and ...
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