Autistic twins graduate

Winnipeg, Manitoba     A mother’s tribute to her sons This month, twin brothers graduated  as did thousands of others like them. But these two brothers were unlike others – they were born autistic. Here is their mother’s way of celebrating the moment.   Dearest Adrian and Nicholas, Back in 1999 when you were both […]

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School honours memory of Jomar Lanot

Vancouver, B. C. School remembers murdered Jomar Lanot with mural By Ted Alcuitas Tupper Secondary marked the one year anniversary of the completion of the Jomar Lanot mural at its annual MultiFest on June 10 —a celebration of the school’s diversity with food, art, music, dance, and crafts. “Culture is the root of our lives,

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KAMP, Dr. JP Catungal win award

KAMP and Dr. JP Catungal receive Antipode Foundation Scholar-Activist Project award By Ted Alcuitas A Filipino scholar and a community-led mentorship program will receive the Antipode Foundation Scholar-Activist, one of six awards given this year. UBC’s Dr. John Paul Catungal and KAMP ( Kababayan Academic Mentorship Program) will collaborate to conduct research on how mentorship

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Honouring the Class of 2016

Shalena (Guzman) Arquillano Nursing, Edmonds Community College, Washington Then: 2010 high school graduation, with boyfriend Michael Arquillano Now: 2016 Nurse, with husband Michael Arquillano. Shalena lives in Seattle, Washington. Jada Nacario Gr. 12, Riverside Secondary, Coquitlam, B.C. The eldest daughter of Janet & Rey Nacario, Jada plans to go to Kwantlen University to pursue a

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