Publisher's Note

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    by C.K. Now that winter is over and spring had finally sprung, it’s time to spend more outdoors than indoor activities.  I’m  sure that even the pets we have wants to wonder around in this wonderful weather.  I just got a glimpse of the crocuses on our rock garden and a few perennials  coming back from [...]

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NEWS FROM September 2010

PASOC ANNUAL CAMPING 2010

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The Pangasinan Society of Calgary (PASOC) held another successful camping last August 21 to 23, 2010 at its favourite outdoor hideout – the Riverbend Campgrounds and Resort in Okotoks, Alberta.  In spite of the gloomy forecast of rain showers for the week-end, twenty-five families totalling to approximately 100 members showed up for this annual event.  [...]


SENIORS SUMMER CARAVAN

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The Filipino Calgarian Seniors Club (FCSC) under the leadership of its president, Mr. Clem Tigley, held another successful educational field trip this past week-end, August 28 and 29 in Edmonton.  They were joined by a busload of Pangasinan Society of Calgary (PASOC) seniors and some members of the Tamaraw Seniors Club led by its president, [...]


Calgary Celebrated a World of Difference at the 2010 GlobelFEST

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“The Most Explosive  Festival in Alberta!”
By:Marietta Pangan-Dutkoski

GlobalFest  has   celebrated another a remarkable accomplishment for  the 8th year in a row. This not-for-profit society has celebrated and showcased Calgary’s cultural diversity and artistic exhibition par excellence  once again in 2010.  As they celebrated a world of difference, Globalfest has produced yet another world- class multi [...]


Corn

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pdutkoski@shaw.ca
*** THE MAIN INGREDIENT segment aims to inform, educate, share skills and knowledge. It also hopes to satisfy most of our TASTEBUDS (the five elements of taste perception: salty, sour, bitter, sweet, and umami or savoury). Email your request INGREDIENT(s) be  featured for its uses, nutrient contents and/or cooking tips, and comments/suggestions. ***The author [...]


THE WAY I SEE IT

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by Roger Encarnacion
Freedom is a precious commodity – and an expensive one at that. That is why it grieves me to see people taking it for granted.
Freedom of religion is one freedom that gives us the opportunity to choose the religion of our liking. However, many people try to interpret it differently by saying that [...]


Then God spoke all these words…

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by Pastor Nilo Briones
Hi, folks!  Starting this Fall, you’ll be reading a new series of articles that focuses on the Ten Commandments of God.  As we’re living in a world of lawlessness beyond measure, these laws are worth pondering in our hearts.  Although they are not to be taken as set of rules that, if [...]


Solutions To Some Most Common Gardening Problems

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This is the season where hoards of pests gorage themselves on your beautful perennials , just before hunkering down for the winter. The most common pests being aphids and white flies. Some plants naturely resist them, plants like Hollyhocks and Golden glow and afew others seem to be a free lunch to them. If only [...]


The 10th Annual Chinatown Street Festival

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One of the biggest summer fun in Calgary is the Chinatown Street Festival. It was held on August 14, 2010 in the heart of Chinatown. An estimated 50,000 people attended this great event which gave a full day of joy, excitement and a unique cultural experience.
The Chinatown community has featured arts, unique shopping and dining [...]


Filipino Community Development Program – Calgary Immigrant Women’s Association

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By: Arnida Bituin – Guillermo
Coordinator – Filipino Community Development Program
Calgary Immigrant Women’s Association
Bringing Filipinos closer…together!
It has been the desire of the Filipino Community Development Program of CIWA (Calgary Immigrant Women’s Association) to bring Filipinos together, to connect individuals and integrate them into the Filipino community, and to make it easier for Filipinos to integrate into [...]


Towards a Community Driven Municipal Immigration Framework

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We want Calgary to become a welcoming city for all, including immigrants. This is the goal of a Community Driven Municipal Immigration Strategy spearheaded by the Immigrant Sector Council of Calgary (ISCC), a network of organizations that includes the Ethno-Cultural Council of Calgary.
This is the theme that the Ethno-Cultural Council of Calgary (ECCC), will highlight [...]


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