LOCAL LIBRARIAN BUILDS CULTURAL CONNECTIONS

5 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 ...

The 5th Maharlika Awards

5 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 ...

Surrey Budget Top Priorities of 2015

6 years ago

Surrey, BC – Surrey City Council approved the 2015 budget at last night’s Council meeting. Recreation, Culture and Public Safety are key priorities that feature prominently in the budget. ...

PHILVETS CELEBRATION OF DR. JOSE P. RIZAL DAY

6 years ago

PHILVETS Memorial & Cultur­al Society of BC, headed by Mr. Fernando P. Salanga, PHILVETS President, celebrated Dr. Jose P. Rizal Day on December 29, 2013 at the Polish Community ...

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