Publisher's Note

  • Publisher’s Note

    Hello dear readers, We’re now in the month of September and the leaves are starting to fall. There are still some days full of sunshine so we can still enjoy those days. Almost all of the community events are now over and the students are back to school. Parents are now busier that [...]

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Reading is the Key to Success

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By Consuelo (Chit) E. Munar
“The more you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” Dr. Seuss
Another amazing school year commenced just recently.  In Alberta, almost a million students went back to school. Great new challenges and experiences certainly lie ahead. The capacity to cope with [...]


Erwinism: Life Lessons from the Road Frequently Traveled

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By: Erwin “Dundermifflin” Maramat

Firstly, I’m sorry I missed it, it’s a month late but Happy 10th Anniversary Pinoy Times and congratulations to Ma’am Connie for her excellent work all these years. I would also like to acknowledge my favorite contributors here namely Tigs Tidalgo, Ms. Chit Munar, Steve Tarzwell and Roberto Ugaddan for all [...]


As the Statues Come Down

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Editorial by:
Dennis Paglinawan
Canada has undergone a shift in the way it has executed redressing historical injustices Aboriginals or First Nations people in this country have endured due to British and French colonialism.  Verbal apologies, the erection of facilities – such as the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, which plays a role in Canada’s reconciliation process [...]


Erwinism: Cats in the Cradle and a Bottle of Maple Syrup

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By: Erwin D. Maramat
As we look back at our inauspicious beginning, we can’t help but feel the ground beneath us and in all celerity give out a sigh of relief, we have arrived. There is something Canada that beckons weary dreamers like ourselves and unsung it may be, the sweet mellifluous undertones gradually build into [...]


THE GIFT OF LIVING

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by: Chona Decena
Growing up I was always told that I have to follow everything I’m told because I am just her daughter.  That she’s the one responsible to feed me, clothe me, send me to schoo and buy me everything I need.  Until finally I realized that it was like a dictatorship in our household, [...]


Parenting by Example

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By Consuelo (Chit) E. Munar
“Don’t worry that children never listen to you; worry that they are always watching you.” – Robert Fulghum
The most rewarding experience one can ask for during one’s entire lifetime is becoming a parent. Giving birth to a child comes with several responsibilities as well as problems concerned with its upbringing. Finding [...]


Erwinism: Celerity in the Sea of Change

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By: Erwin D. Maramat

“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is most adaptable to change.”
—Not really Charles Darwin
The basketball world had since evolved after Michael Jordan stepped off the court for good, but that has not deterred his airness from [...]


All About Mom

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By Consuelo (Chit) E. Munar
Long before “Mother’s Day” was conceived, the month of May in ancient Greece and Rome, dedicated to pagan goddesses connected to fertility and springtime (Artemis and Flora). This, combined with other European rituals commemorating the new season of spring, led many Western cultures to view May as a month of life [...]


Erwinism: Of Easter in an Endless Winter

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By: Erwin D. Maramat
You have to wonder; did we forget to pay our season renewal because it’s taking time to download spring? The cold season has overstayed its welcome. Its long pale slithering fingers stretch over days with no end in sight. Our world is plunged into eternal winter, and that’s not even a hyperbole. [...]


The Spirit of Spring

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By Consuelo (Chit) E. Munar
“Spring has sprung,” is a popular adage which means spring has arrived. We see trees start to sprout, birds around are singing, temperatures are surely at a pleasant range. Everything seems to have new life. After a bleak very cold winter, Spring is a time of great hope.
As spring and hope [...]


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