LOCAL LIBRARIAN BUILDS CULTURAL CONNECTIONS

3 years ago

    Muriel Arnason Library’s Sarwan Singh Randhawa wins the Champion of Diversity Award. Abbotsford BC – Fraser Valley Regional Library’s (FVRL) Dr. Sarwan Singh Randhawa has been recognized ...

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Negrenses Association of BC

3 years ago

The Negrenses Association of BC, Canada was founded more than 20 years ago by a group of Hacienderous from Negros Occidental. It is a registered association in Vancouver, BC. ...

ILO and DSWD signed agreement for Yolanda victims

3 years ago

The International Labour Organization (ILO) and the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) yesterday signed a grant agreement to support sustainable livelihood and community enterprise development in regions ...

The 5th Maharlika Awards

3 years ago

The 5th Maharlika Awards honoured twenty seven outstanding Filipino-Canadians in the fields of Business Excellence, Leadership, Arts & Culture, and Community Service, as well as an Outstanding Filipino Association ...

2nd Season for Surrey Night Market

3 years ago

The second season of the Surrey Night Market, the only multicultural night market in the Fraser Valley, will open on May 29, 2015 and will operate every Friday, Saturday ...

Filipino Politicians Eye 2015 Canada Election

3 years ago

VANCOUVER- Mable Elmore formally launched her bid to seek the NDP nomination for the federal riding of Vancouver-East at the Philippine Diamonds Society of B.C. Clubhouse on Powell Street ...

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