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  • 14 September 2017
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    COBS BREAD HOSTS FUNDRAISING WEEKEND THROUGH BREAKFAST PROGRAM

    COBS BREAD HOSTS FUNDRAISING WEEKEND AIMS TO PROVIDE 150,000 BREAKFASTS TO CANADIAN CHILDREN THROUGH BREAKFAST PROGRAM VANCOUVER– COBS Bread is pleased to be partnering with Breakfast Club of Canada to raise funds to help feed the one in five Canadian children still at risk of going to school without ...

  • 08 September 2017
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    Canada to talk economy with ASEAN in Manila summit

    Economic ministers of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) kicked off a four-day meeting in Manila on September 7 to discuss ways on how to further strengthen economic ties. The ministers also aim to further integrate trade and investments in Southeast Asia. “Our meeting this week is vital ...

  • 07 September 2017
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    Canada, Philippines express concern over North Korea

    South Korea’s vice defense minister held talks on September 6 in the capital city of Seoul with his Canadian and Filipino counterparts to discuss close coordination over North Korea’s threats. Suh Choo-suk met separately with Jody Thomas, the Canadian senior associate defense minister, and Cardozo Luna, undersecretary of the ...

  • 07 September 2017
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    Philippines to reopen Toronto tourism office

    The Philippine Department of Tourism (DoT) will reopen its Toronto office by 2018. Philippine Ambassador to Canada Petronila Garcia and DoT Secretary Wanda Tulfo-Teo agree that this is an opportune time to nurture the growing interest in the country among Canadians. With a growth rate of 18.4 per cent, ...

  • 28 August 2017
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    Woman tells Filipino couple on SkyTrain: “Go back to the f—ing Philippines!”

      A 75-year-old New Westminster, B.C. woman, will get a “discussion and warning” from transit police after she was captured on video yelling racist comments at an elderly couple on the SkyTrain. The incident happened on the Millenium Line on August 21 at about 2 p.m. between the Sperling/Burnaby ...

  • 08 August 2017
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    Canada joins war on terror in Philippines and Southeast Asia

    Canada assured its support to the Philippines and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in the fight against violent terrorism. Canada made the move as the military in the Philippines continues to do battle against Islamic State or IS forces in Marawi City in the southern region of ...


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    ‘24 Oras Weekend’ rules timeslot, beats competition

    There was a time when TV stations, like government offices, rested on weekends. In short, the news and public affairs departments were nowhere in the programming grid of the channels. It seems with the advent of specialized broadcasting and news channels on satellite and cable channels, free TV stations ...

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    ABS-CBN captivates more Filipinos nationwide in August

    ABS-CBN kept its lead in nationwide TV ratings in August, bringing values-oriented programs and relevant news stories to more viewers in the country. Based on data from Kantar Media, the Kapamilya network recorded an average audience share of 46 percent in both rural and urban homes, or 13 points ...

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    Alden Richards depicts life story of Boni Ilagan in Alaala: A Martial Law Special

    Kapuso actor Alden Richards takes on his boldest portrayal yet as he depicts the life story of Martial Law activist and award-winning screenwriter Bonifacio Ilagan in GMA Public Affairs’ Alaala: A Martial Law Special. Around 70,000 people were imprisoned; 34,000 were tortured; 3,240 were killed; and 884 disappeared involuntarily, ...

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      ‘24 Oras Weekend’ rules timeslot, beats competition

      There was a time when TV stations, like government offices, rested on weekends. In short, the news and public affairs departments were nowhere in the programming grid of the channels. It seems with the advent of specialized broadcasting and news channels on satellite and cable channels, free TV stations ...

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      ABS-CBN captivates more Filipinos nationwide in August

      ABS-CBN kept its lead in nationwide TV ratings in August, bringing values-oriented programs and relevant news stories to more viewers in the country. Based on data from Kantar Media, the Kapamilya network recorded an average audience share of 46 percent in both rural and urban homes, or 13 points ...

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      Alden Richards depicts life story of Boni Ilagan in Alaala: A Martial Law Special

      Kapuso actor Alden Richards takes on his boldest portrayal yet as he depicts the life story of Martial Law activist and award-winning screenwriter Bonifacio Ilagan in GMA Public Affairs’ Alaala: A Martial Law Special. Around 70,000 people were imprisoned; 34,000 were tortured; 3,240 were killed; and 884 disappeared involuntarily, ...


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    • 04 September 2017
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      PUBLIC WARNING – SPIKE IN OVERDOSES IN FRASER HEALTH

      SURREY – Fraser Health is issuing a warning to people who use illicit drugs following preliminary data which showed a notable increase in the number of suspected overdose deaths throughout the region in the past week. The majority of deaths have occurred in private residences, followed by hotels and ...

    • 06 July 2017
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      FRASER HEALTH FIRST IN CANADA TO RECEIVE EXEMPTION TO SUPERVISE CONSUMPTION OF ORAL AND INTRA-NASAL SUBSTANCES

      SafePoint sees steady use in opening weeks   SURREY – Health Canada has approved Fraser Health to provide supervised consumption of oral and intra-nasal substances in addition to injections at its two supervised consumption sites in Surrey – the first time such an exemption has been granted in Canada. “The ...

    • 17 June 2017
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      How did you overcome smoking struggles?

      I had to learn different skills to cope with stress.” “I missed the social aspects of smoking.”  “I’d relapse and have to work up the nerve to try again.” These were just a few of the hurdles that former smokers said they had to overcome in order to kick ...

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