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Floyd Mayweather relaxing in the Philippines

3 years ago

Floyd Mayweather arrived in the Philippines for a vacation and exploratory tour of the country’s best beaches. The popular Mayweather is an American professional boxing promoter and former professional ...

Wesley rules out Olympic stint for PH

5 years ago

UPSET that his request to switch federations last year was ignored by the National Chess Federation of the Philippines, Grandmaster Wesley So has ruled out the possibility of playing ...

Senator Enverga joins Pinoy Fiesta, ANCOP Walk 2015

6 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 ...

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MORE FILIPINO ASSOCIATIONS JOINING UFCABC

6 years ago

Building on its strong momentum, the United Filipino Canadian Associations in B.C. is poised for further growth. Several associations in and outside Metro Vancouver have expressed strong interest in ...

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YRM Elects New Board

6 years ago

Chairman Emeritus Margarita Juico led the Yellow Ribbon Movement in the election of new members of the board on June 27. “For the last five years, YRM has been ...

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Canadian Ambassador: Garbage not Toxic

6 years ago

Canadian Ambassador to the Philippines Neil Reeder said the garbage, which were stuffed inside container vans and shipped from Canada to a sanitary landfill in Tarlac, are not toxic ...

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    Library Hours Extended at Most FVRL Locations

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