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    Hello dear readers, Time flies so fast when life is so busy.  24 hours in a day is not enough for most people with all the things that they have to deal with in a day.  But we should never forget that we should get at least 8 hours of sleep at night in order to [...]

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Alberta Premier’s Round Table Discussion

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By Consuelo (Chit) E. Munar
The Honorable Rachel Notley, NDP, Premier of Alberta recently gathered members of Calgary media into a round table discussion on vital issues that affect the people of Alberta, namely racism and the expansion of the trans mountain pipeline from Alberta to Vancouver, B.C. In her opening statement, Premier Notley, thanked all [...]


New anti-racism grant now open

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As part of government efforts to address racism, Culture and Tourism Minister Ricardo Miranda has unveiled details of a new Anti-Racism Community Grant Program.
Minister Miranda announces the new Anti-Racism Community Grant Program.
The grants are to help communities combat racial discrimination, foster acceptance and promote diversity and inclusion.
Announced as part of Alberta’s Taking Action Against Racism [...]


Redesigned, more secure driver’s licences unveiled

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New driver’s licences and identification cards will help protect Albertans against counterfeiting and ID theft and save government more than $1 million annually.
To better protect Albertans from fraud, the government has redesigned provincial driver’s licences and ID cards with updated security features like clear windows, laser engraving and 3D embossing that makes it harder to [...]


Dual Canadian citizens need a valid Canadian passport

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Dual Canadian citizens can no longer travel to or transit through Canada by air with a non-Canadian passport. You need a valid Canadian passport to board your flight.
If your country needs you to enter and exit that country using a passport issued by its government, you will still need a valid Canadian passport to board [...]


A Recovery Built to Last

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By Joe Ceci, Alberta Minister of Finance

The new Alberta budget will help our economy grow and create jobs in new industries like technology.
After the worst recession in decades, Alberta’s economy is recovering. Last year, 90,000 people found a new, full-time job. And unlike previous recessions, the Alberta government protected health care and education [...]


The City of Calgary kicks off the 15th annual Safety Expo

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On March 7 and 8, more than 4,000 Grade 5 and 6 students will attend the 15th annual Safety Expo hosted by The City of Calgary in the Municipal Building Atrium. The event gives students hands-on learning experiences with over 20 interactive exhibits from City and partner organizations, and workshops on topics including anti-bullying, bicycle [...]


Amazon delivers hundreds of jobs to Calgary region

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The Alberta government is supporting 750 new full-time, permanent jobs in the province as Amazon opens a new fulfillment centre near Calgary.
Amazon fulfilment centres are the hubs where online orders are picked, packed and shipped to individual postal addresses. The 600,000-square-foot centre will be built in Balzac.
The new facility is one of several important expansions [...]


The Philippine Consulate General in Calgary Hosts Mr. Heber Bartolome Arts Exhibition

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On September 19, 2017, Consul General Honorable Julius Torres invited the Filipino community in Calgary to attend the launching of Mr. Heber Bartolome’s art exhibits.   Mr. Heber Bartolome is an artist, singer-composer, writer, activist, husband and father…these are but some of the many roles played by Heber Bartolome through the years.
The program included a reading [...]


Helping more Albertans get good jobs

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As the labour market in Alberta heats up, the province has kept tuition and fees frozen to help make post-secondary education more accessible and affordable.
Announcement on post-secondary tuition freeze
Premier Rachel Notley greets NAIT students at the Sandvik Cormorant Centre Machinist Technology during an announcement about the government’s continued tuition freeze and commitment to strong, accessible [...]


Soft opening of SSS office in Calgary

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by Sherry Anne Fulgencio
As the President of the PLCSA, a Radio DJ/Announcer media Rep for the Filipino Community for over 10 years here in Calgary, a recording artist a certified singer/composer here in Canada it is an honor to be apart of The Philippines Independence Day flag ceremony that took place today at the Consulate [...]


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