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Filipino language curriculum being developed for Alberta schools

By Quay Evano The Alberta government announced the development of a K-12 Filipino language and culture curriculum during a meeting with Premier Rachel Notley and...

Filipino-Canadian Accepts NDP Nomination for Calgary-East

By Adrian Dayrit A Filipino Calgarian will be running for the New Democratic Party (NDP) in the upcoming Alberta election. Cesar Cala, a long-time resident of...

Are Wills in Alberta, Canada Valid in the Philippines?

  A common question arises when Filipino clients ask me for help with their Wills. Is a valid Will in Alberta, Canada enforceable and...

Pan fried Cod Fish with Hoisin and Ginger sauce

INGREDIENTS600 g  Cod fish fillet  dusted with  flour and white pepper corn200 ml Canola oil2 tables spoon sesame oil2 cloves finely chopped...

Filipino International Students adjust to Canada’s post-secondary education’s ‘new normal’

Pursuing high standard education in Canada has always been the dream of many Filipino students. But the economic and societal breakdown brought...

KDrama and Oppa Obsession: Why Is It Taking Filipinos by Storm?

If you’re a Filipino, there is a good chance you are hooked on Korean Dramas (KDrama).  You’re a fan of at least...

Climbing Amidst the New Normal

The last thing we probably want to hear is reiterating what has been transpiring for the last few months. Moving forward, there...

Bayanihan Balikatan

Bayanihan Pronounced like "buy-uh-nee-hun," bayanihan is a Filipino word derived from the word bayan meaning town, nation, or community in general. "Bayanihan" literally...