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Harper brings good news to Canadian families

5 years ago

Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper (second from left ) said in a meeting with representatives of community-based media last Wednesday(January 7) at Sheraton Hotel in Surrey that his government ...

The Final Member ( PG) *** Hard Truth!

6 years ago

What will they think of next? Documentaries come in all shapes and sizes. Come to think of it, so do people. Fascination with the human anatomy pro­vides the genesis ...

First Pinoy Spring Fest Blooms on May 3, 2014

6 years ago

A pioneering event is in the works in the Filipino Canadian community, one that draws inspi­ration from spring. Spring is a time of renewal, a reawakening, the birth of ...

Claudine files TPO against Raymart

7 years ago

In May 2012 Claudine Barretto and Raymart Santiago appeared together to air their side follow­ing a much-publicized scuffle at the airport with journalist Mon Tulfo. Raymart talked about val­iantly ...

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  • 25 June 2020
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    Prime Minister announces support for students serving their communities and opportunities to gain  paid work experience

      For immediate release June 25, 2020            Ottawa, Ontario       Prime Minister’s Office Post-secondary students and recent graduates are facing unique and unprecedented challenges because of COVID-19. There are fewer jobs, and many co-op, internship, and community service placements have been cancelled. ...

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    B.C. enters Phase 3 of its restart plan from COVID-19

    The province of B.C. is taking a phased approach to mitigate the impacts of COVID-19 pandemic. The four-phase plan provides guidance for individuals and businesses. On Wednesday (June 24), B.C. began Phase 3. Under Phase 3, people can take part in smart, safe and respectful travel within B.C. Reminder: ...

  • 25 June 2020
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    Surrey Makes PPE companies hit $4M in sales

    16 local manufacturers have retooled to serve the Canadian PPE supply chain Sixteen manufacturers participating in the Surrey Makes PPE program have sold over $4 million worth of personal protective equipment (PPE) to help Canadians combat COVID-19. The initiative was launched in response to the growing demand for made-in-Canada ...