Pinoys on Parliament builds a virtual community for Filipino Canadians to be represented and empowered.View More Youth Conference Empowers Filipino Canadians
Kherin Dimalanta could be sent back to the Philippines due to her costly dialysis treatment making her ineligible for permanent residency.View More Should Kherin Dimalanta Be Sent Back to the Philippines to Die?
While studying for the Canadian citizenship test, columnist Ayse Koca found the study guide’s tone to be unfair and patronizing towards newcomers prepping for an already difficult test.View More The Condescension of Canada’s Citizenship Test
A new Anti-Terrorism Law in the Philippines evokes fear among immigrants from the Pacific archipelago who worry it could imperil their own travel to their home country.View More Filipino Groups Fear the Worst from Philippines’ New Terror Law
The garbage talk that has dominated headlines in the past weeks is beginning to be a political circus. Nobody knows who is telling the truth,…View More Trash Talk Across the Pacific: Is It All Garbage?
New Canadians from South Asia, China and the Philippines are more likely to donate to charitable causes than the general population, a new survey has…View More Faith a Big Factor in Giving by New Canadians
President Rodrigo Duterte must have been following what Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s father said when asked if he would raise the issue of human rights…View More Duterte gets Mad at Trudeau’s Interference
The saga of Toronto’s ‘Balita’ newspaper and its publisher Teresita ‘Tess’ Cusipag, is a sober reminder that there are limits to free speech. Cusipag has…View More Freedom of the Press and Balita’s Woes
OVER 300 movie-goers attended the recent world premiere of ‘My First 150 Days in Canada’, a documentary that strikes to the core of the Canadian…View More Depicting the First 150 Days in Canada
On October 7, Digong — as he is known in shantytowns and barrios in Mindanao Island — marks his first 100 days in office. He…View More Duterte a Grossly Misunderstood Leader