Publisher's Note

  • Publisher’s Note

    The year just flew by, it ’s barely 45 days and we’re into 2019.  It is amazing that with the change of season, that’s how fast we can feel that the year is almost over.  We started getting snow here and there and yet we’re still in the fall season. Mid-October to early November was a [...]

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NEWS FROM November 2018

Aegis Doble Dekada in Calgary!

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The last time I watched Aegis was 10 years ago 2008 and now they’re back and proved to be as strong as ever.  The Grey Eagle Event Centre was a full house that night and I can attest that it was a sold out concert. From VIP seats up to the bleachers there were no [...]


Canadian Immigration Policy and Filipino-Canadians: Political Complexity, Multiple Objectives, and Rationality Beyond Community Self-Interest

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By:  Dennis D. Paglinawan
Canadians will be going to the polls in 2019, and immigration will no doubt be an elections issue.  Filipino-Canadians must consider their vote and support for immigration policy beyond their self-interest as a community.  The assumption here is that the community will behave like  voting bloc – a collective if you will.  [...]


Erwinism: Storms, Scars, and Salvation

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By Erwin D. Maramat
The man behind this melodramatic and somewhat pretentious sounding article is not a success, and like yourself—if you could relate—I have my ups and downs. Nothing sharpens an iron than another iron, at least this is what I believe and right know this bond is happening to you and I. Am I [...]


MOTION RECOGNIZING JUNE AS FILIPINO HERITAGE MONTH PASSES CANADA’S PARLIAMENT

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June is now Filipino Heritge Month accross Canada
I was proud to stand in the House of Commons on October 30th as we unanimously passed my private Member’s motion 155, officially designating the month of June as Filipino Heritage Month across Canada.
Diversity is Canada’s strength. We are a diverse and welcoming country where people of all [...]


His hand is bigger than mine!

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By Pastor Nilo A. Briones, BALM
Have you ever heard the witty story that reads, “A young boy went to the local store with his mother. The shop owner, a kindly man, passed him a large jar of suckers and invited him to help himself to a handful. Uncharacteristically, the boy held back. So the shop [...]


Ryan Cayabyab and the story so far

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Ryan Cayabyab can’t still wrap his head around the idea – the fact – that he is a National Artist of the Philippines for music.
In an exclusive interview with Bulletin Entertainment, he said he even feels “embarrassed” when people tell him so.
“It’s the highest compliment that could be given to any Filipino artist. You know [...]


The Power of a Good Example

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By Consuelo (Chit) E. Munar
Each day you are leading by example. Whether you realize it or not, or whether it’s positive or negative, you are influencing those around you. – Ron Liano
Want to influence others? Example is not the main thing…it is the only thing. Want to be a leader? Leadership is not a position [...]


What You Need to Know Before Taking Diet Supplements

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People are led to believe that there’s a pill for every problem. There are pills that relieve headaches, pills that help you sleep, and pills that make pooping easier. Of course, there are also the pills that claim to help with weight loss.
Those who want to achieve their health goals faster may turn to these [...]


Menopause and Perimenopause

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Topic Overview
What is menopause? What is perimenopause?
Menopause is the point in a woman’s life when she has not had her period for 1 year. It marks the end of the child-bearing years. It’s sometimes called “the change of life.”
For most women, menopause happens around age 50. But every woman’s body has its own time line. [...]


Quality education assured with SC ruling on K to 12

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The Department of Education (DepEd) expressed confidence that the decision of the Supreme Court affirming the constitutionality of the K to 12 program will lead to the fullfilment of the basic education objectives and social development goals.
The high court unanimously declared the K to 12 basic education program as constitutional, dismissing the petition filed by [...]


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