Senator Enverga joins Pinoy Fiesta, ANCOP Walk 2015

3 years ago

On August 9, 2015 The Honourable Tobias C. Enverga Jr., Senator from Ontario, joined thousands of fellow kababayans at the Memorial South Park in Vancouver, British Columbia to celebrate ...

Global sounds to power Richmond World Festival

3 years ago

Richmond, BC – Off the-chart sounds from around the world will power the inaugural Richmond World Festival at Minoru Park this Labour Day long weekend. Located in the heart ...

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Get Ready to Party At Pinoy Fiesta 2015

3 years ago

Drawing thousands of revelers each year, Pinoy Fiesta: Unang Hirit sa Tag-init is once again sets to take Vancouver by storm on August 9th (Sunday). The celebration will be ...

Watch Out for Fake World Cup Tickets

3 years ago

Vancouver, BC – It is hard not to get swept up in the excitement of the Women’s World Cup Soccer happening in our own backyard! However scammers might target ...

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