A group of friends living in Vancouver, passionate about saving the Philippines from a possible Bongbong Marcos presidency, decided to follow what their consciences had been telling them to do for what is best for the Philippines.
A Canadian Filipino teen from Maple Ridge, BC is among the 18-member StrongerBC Young Leaders Council that will provide input to the BC Provincial government on youth-related issues and propose ideas for government consideration.
Like most immigrants, Marichu Antonio knew that a new life in Canada could mean starting from zero.
Historic Times Once More
Canada’s House of Commons – our nation’s highest elective body and the institutional embodiment of our parliamentary democracy – opens its 44thsession on the 22nd of this month.
A Royal Canadian Navy ship has made a goodwill visit to the Philippines with 11 Canadian Filipino sailors aboard.
On June 21, the City of Calgary unveiled recipients of its 2020 Calgary Awards, and one of them, a Canadian Filipino woman, made history with her recognition.
On July 1st Canada commemorates the 154th anniversary of Confederation, long before any Filipino landed in the country.
As Filipino Heritage Month 2021 comes to a close, the Editorial Board of CanadianFilipino.Net
(This is Dr. Pagtakhan’s column, Medisina at Politika in Pilipino Express for June 1, 2021.)
When Constable Clint Hervias went to the Philippines in February 2020, it was to grieve the death of his father.
Are all Filipino-Canadians food secure?
How do we address the food insecurity of loved ones in the homeland and in our adopted country?
It was a Friday morning here in Canada when we woke up to the news that ABS-CBN failed to get Congress’ vote for the approval of a new franchise.
While many of us saw it coming, there was still a sense of disbelief that it actually happened.
On July 1st Canada celebrates a national holiday to mark the 153rdanniversary of Confederation that created Canada as a country in 186.
Covid 19 has made the unthinkable happen. In a matter of a few weeks most countries have closed their borders to foreign nationals, frozen air travel, and locked down their economies.
Chef Audie Louie Banania first caught the attention of local news in early March when the Alaska Highway News featured Banania, his restaurant and the promise to support charitable causes in Fort St. John, B.C., something he had already started as soon as the business opened in 2019.
The effects of the mid1980s neoliberal policy of privatizing social services such as higher or postsecondary education have been widely felt in North America,
I came across an article on your website by Linda Torio.
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. Everything I ate was Filipino food.
Among Filipinos in Canada today, there are two distinct groups that will eventually become the face of Canadian Filipinos of the future:
Last year, I had an opportunity to facilitate classes to supplement students’ Socials Studies curriculum at a Vancouver school.
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