Publisher's Note

  • Publisher’s Note

    by CK This morning when I woke up, I noticed that some leaves in our tree in the backyard are starting to turn yellow and I told myself, what an early sign.  For sure we have our nice days numbered as Fall is soon approaching.  I love the color of Fall because it feels so refreshing [...]

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NEWS FROM March 2012



by Tata Gascon-Delos Reyes
What does the 1986 People Power Revolution mean to you?

PJ Pabz Tavera – Kabul, Afghanistan
“During this time in my younger year, there is not much of an impact for me on what happened to the People Power revolution except for the fear of a civil war breakout and having an unstable [...]

CAFFA “Sendong” Fundraising Variety Show A Hit!

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With a great deal of excitement and anticipation we prepared to attend another Benefit Show recently, on March 3. At first you may be thinking, no, not another one! However as the expression goes – “You can never have too much of a good thing” and it promised to be a lot of fun. The [...]

Pinoygraphers In Action

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(An in-depth shot at Photography…The Pinoy Style)
Interview with Sir Constant dela Cruz of Calgary, Alberta.
by: Tata “Tatsky” Gascon-Delos Reyes
TGDR: What is your concept of Photography?
CDLC: Photography is simply capturing  light and shadow.  Nowadays,  images are captured using digital media. Out of this light and shadow, the photographer/artist creates images that evoke responses from the viewers.
TGDR: [...]

The Other Side

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The month of February is gone and we are now closer to spring and summer. The worst is over and other than a couple of months of snow but not too cold – we survived another Canadian winter. Congratulations!
Like most of us, you have most likely been confined to the indoors, sheltered from the elements, [...]

Pinoy Insights

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Honor Your Parents: A Sweet Commandment
March 4, Daddy turned 68. March 7, Mommy turned 66. For such a long time, all of us their children never had a chance to be together for their birthdays. Except for our youngest sibling, all four of us have our own family, and sadly we live in four different [...]



Alzheimer’s disease is a condition that causes progressive deterioration of brain functions. Symptoms include the gradual loss of memory, reason, language and the ability to care for oneself. In order to understand what Alzheimer’s disease is and is not, it is important to get some terms straight. A number of different factors can contribute to [...]

When tears are in your eyes

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by Pastor Nilo Briones of Jesus Word of Life Church
When you are hurting, have you ever wondered how God comforts you?  We are living in a fallen world filled with imperfections that cause sorrows not only by us but by the wrong doing of others upon us.  A heartache is no respecter of persons [...]


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The Banawe Rice Terraces are in danger of disappearing as a result of
the damage wrought by typhoons, soil erosion and neglect.
2. Banawe rehab goes awry; lawmakers demand probe
LAWMAKERS are demanding a congressional inquiry into the government’s
alleged failure to release funds to rehabilitate the 2,000-year old
Banawe Rice Terraces in Ifugao, which have been [...]

Seasons of Life

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By: Glynn Galla
I cannot help but to compare life to the four seasons of the weather. There are times that you feel sad, happy, excited and sometimes in pain.
Like the SUMMER season, there are some point in our lives that, all we have to do is to enjoy it. Feeling the nice temperature, the warm [...]

Take advantage of learning opportunities across Alberta

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Edmonton… Alberta joins other provinces and territories across Canada to celebrate International Adult Learners’ Week from March 24 – April 1. This year’s theme is: I’m still learning.
International Adult Learners’ Week celebrates the achievements of adult learners and encourages adults to continue learning throughout their lives as a way to develop the skills they need [...]

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