About PCN


Filipinos began arriving in Canada since the late 60′s and have now grown to over half a million.

While located mostly in the major urban centres of Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Calgary, Edmonton, and Winnipeg, Filipinos can be found in such remote places as The Yukon or Nunavut in the North.

A robust Filipino media exist in these urban centres but so far, no publication has linked all these scattered communities.

Philippine Canadian News endeavours to fill the gap with coverage of these communities while also linking them to their homeland, the Philippines.

More importantly, we will not only bring news but we will analyze it so that our readers are better informed.

Ted Alcuitas
Publisher & Editor

13 thoughts on “About PCN”

  1. Hello there,

    My name is Christian Vistan and I am the curatorial assistant here at Centre A, a public art gallery in Chinatown. I would like to invite you to come see our current exhibition, Bulaklak ng Paraiso (Flower of Paradise), by Filipino-Canadian artist and recent RBC Painting Prize winner, Patrick Cruz. I am attaching the link to our website below if you would like to read some more information regarding the show. Centre A is located on 229 E Georgia, we are open Tuesday thru Saturday 11-6.

    Please do not hesitate to contact me regarding any questions at this email or at 604 683 8326.


  2. Dear Mr. Alcuitas,
    I would like to submit a press release for an upcoming conference which will soon take place in British Columbia. Would you kindly let me know to whom the document should be directed? Please and thank you!

  3. Precious Prestosa

    Hi! Do you have an office here in Manila, Philippines? Tim Hortons is opening their store in Manila and we wonder if we could invite you. Thanks!

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