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Filipina transgender January Marie Lapuz’ legacy remembered

Updated:October 18,2022, 12:o8 P.M. Vancouver, B.C. Keeping January’s legacy alive ten years after her murder The tragic death of January Marie Lapuz ten years ago in 2012 shocked her family and communities. A local support …

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Breaking: Robredo turns 57th, on the cusp of being elected President

Happy birthday Madam President-in-waiting! Opinion Teodoro Alcuitas Editor, Philippine Canadian News.com A heart-warming video shared by daughter Jillian greeting her mother on her birthday. (Youtube) Today, as she turns 57th,Leni Robredo faces what is perhaps …

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Nina Lee Aquino first Filipina and woman of colour to head Canada’s English Theatre

Updated: January 13, 2022, 10:11 A.M. Ottawa Historic appointment Breaking glass ceilings in her career  Opinion Teodoro ‘Ted’ Alcuitas An outspoken and fierce advocate for diversity in theatre has been appointed to head Canada’s national …

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Breaking: Maria Ressa, Duterte nemesis, wins Nobel Peace Prize

First Filipino to win  award “A thousand cuts” doesn’t scare this fearless journalist Editorial Teodoro Alcuitas Editor, PhilippineCanadianNews.Com (PCN.Com) Maria Ressa, founder and CEO of Rappler, Inc. has been awarded the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize …

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Federal politics: Liberals pick secretary of former Premier Christy Clark

Vancouver, B.C. Virginia Austria Bremner is acclaimed for Vancouver Kingsway Opinion Teodoro Alcuitas Editor, Philippine Canadian news.Com (PCN.Com) Federal Liberals have acclaimed Virginia Austria Bremner who worked for former Premier Christy Clark during her term …

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May 2021 Asian Heritage Month : Making Art Amidst Anti-Asian Hate

Vancouver, B.C. – The Anti-Asian hate crime capital of North America The Carnegie Community Centre is proudly celebrating the Asian Heritage Month in Canada with community-based arts, meals, history, documentaries, and learning opportunities. (All Photos …

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Coronavirus: Easing of Restrictions Brings Safety Concerns

Vancouver, B.C. New cases are still being reported, anti-lockdown protesters are ignoring social distancing guidelines, and racist hate crimes continue by MILDRED GERMAN A closed salon in East Vancouver. An anti-lockdown flyer spotted in Vancouver. …

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