Issue March 1-15, 2004
Art Viola’s comeback
FilCan Niagara marks Valentine’s Day
For seniors who want to stay young and healthy
Interrupt conversations and you’ll be 7 times more likely to get heart disease
Issue March 16-31, 2004
Filipino singing idol winners
Pinoys in Dubai build a ‘bayanihan’ community
Issue April 1-15, 2004
Citizenship oath-taking to resume in Consulate
Dela Cruz honored woman entrepreneur
Job Track supports job-seekers
Kol Hope Foundation raises over $75,000 in 2nd Annual Charity Drive
Mabuhay Philippines! Toronto summer fest ‘04
PCCT officers inducted
Regent joins fray in Toronto door-door business
Issue April 16-30, 2004
Canadian Immigration Views By Berto Volpentesta
‘Death by Medicine’: 780,000+ die yearly
Dr. Santiago is Interim FCT Chairperson
Irigueños to teach Filipino culture to Canadian born children
PIDC Mabuhay summer events all set up
Rediscovering Easter in Niagara
Rollo exhibit opens at Consulate Gallery
Issue May 1-15, 2004
APO charm transcends generations
APO endorses Gawad Kalinga
Taste of Broadway raises $50,000
Documentary exposes plight of seafarers
Radio program aims to wake up Sleeping Giant
Pidro shirts launched with a bang
Police-community forum draws big crowd
Anti-corruption forum in Toronto
Benedicto lauds Bicol Canada
Pistahan sa Toronto
Two Filipino-Canadians honored at UP Prep Golden Anniversary
Issue May 16-31, 2004
Arroyo wins Toronto vote
Deep Concern About Corruption
FCT Bulletin:Maging tunay na Pilipino kahit isang araw
Filipino Idols to perform at Carassauga
Nathan Phillips Square’s Asian Arts and Culture Festival
To Highlight Asian Heritage Month
Get prepaid phone cards online
Human rights activists to speak in Montreal
Ibon director to speak on terrorism, globalization
Independence Day sked released
New money remittance agency heats up the market
Scam artists victimizing OFWs
True Love of Christ marks 2nd year
Issue June 1-15, 2004
Let us unite for truth and justice
Family of slain teen cries for truth, justice
How Jeffrey Reodica was shot 3 times
Jeffrey loved life and died for his friends
Grief for Jeffrey
Fate of R.P. lies in hands of overseas Filipinos evangelist
Community commits to seek truth and justice in Reodica case
Artists group to showcase new works June 8 to 26
Canadian Immigration Views
Inter-school picnic draws 16 alumni
Santa Cruzan draws Toronto faithful on May 30
Search on for Philippine Binibining Barangay 2004
Issue June 16-30, 2004
Mass and Vigil for Reodica
Why we must support the Justice for Jeffrey campaign
Filipino-Canadians condemn killing of Filipino youth in Toronto
Jeffrey’s case is not just a legal issue but a social issue
Ateneans converging in Toronto for convention
De Vera family reunites thru
Fast track to Canada: Fact and fantasy
Issue July 1-15, 2004
Groundswell of support
The need for an advocacy coalition
APO Hiking comeback concert
'Gospel Concert' to raise funds for new immigrants center
Jeffrey did not deserved to be killed
How to protect yourself from police brutality
Justice for Jeffrey, unite to oppose police brutality, and combat racist attacks
Business survival skills seminar, part 2
Sorento's great food and wine tasting event
PIDC updates
Issue July 16-31, 2004
Coaliton Holds Rally at SIU
J-Ro comes in full colour
The Papu I Remember
Canadian Immigration Views: When No Means No
Featineans elect officers
Mabuhay festival marks 5th year on Aug. 6-8
Multi-awarded UST Singers in T.O.
Pista sa Tundo 2004
Radyo Pinoy–radio that listens to listeners
Yoyoy Villame to perform at St. Catharines trade show
Issue August 1-15, 2004
Jeffrey campaign continues
Doggedly working to own a building
Reina Elena pageant raises $10,000 for poor in R.P.
ACS stars heat up PIDC-Mabuhay Festival
Couples for Christ marks 10th year
Diwata Works back with 2 plays
Educational TV needs help for R.P. kids
Fund raising for Milaor typhoon victims
The Pillars is 24 years old
GMA right in saving life of de la Cruz
Issue August 16-31, 2004
Batangas association donates a classroom
The clock is ticking: Act now
Issue September 1-15, 2004
‘No knife in Jeffrey slay’
The need for vigilance in the Jeffrey case
De la Cruz extols local journalists at Press Club induction
The Filipino thing to do
Pistahan sa Niagara rocks with Yoyoy
Serena Garcia de Vera turns four
Ang Bisaya picnic
Carlos Bulosan presents award-winning ‘Magnifico’
Chatham-Kent Filipino Canadians elect officers
Four Filipino leaders now contacts for funeral services
Planet-friendly back-to-school tips that will give your kids top marks
Villareal Samareños reunion
What is Silayan today?
Aid for AIDS concert
Issue September 16-30, 2004
Conference on Social Justice set in Toronto, Oct. 30
Letters to the editor
Public Executioner in Toronto?
Festival for Jeffrey reset to later date
Community leaders form broad alliance for social justice
Visible minorities face subtle barriers to advancement
Himig Singers tours Toronto
Meet your local police in Toronto
End mandatory retirement but protect seniors from discrimination
PCCT joins sponsors of business seminars to help small business
Consulate reaches out to London, ON
Zamboanga Hermosa’s 18th anniversary
Canada’s commitment to the world (Canadian Immigration Views)
Philippine Artists Group to exhibit works in Manila
Issue October 1-15, 2004
Lawyer Barry Swadron: SIU findings ‘perverse’
CASJ denounces SIU findings on the fatal shooting of Jeffrey Reodica
More questions than answers on SIU report
Is martial law really behind us?
Meaty material but technically a disaster
Rising movie star takes pride in Filipino heritage
Negrosanons induction, Oct. 16
Counting our blessings
Embassy seminar for new caregivers
Club Filipino marks 6th anniversary
Issue October 16-31, 2004
CASJ attends Urban Alliance awards night
Filipino workers have a stake in building a strong community
Analyzing the SIU report
Jeffrey: Post Mortem
Police Heroes
The dirty role of Canadian mining in RP
CASJ focus group reveals immigrants' woes
Halloween safety tips
Who will be the next Filipino Idol? FCT update
Accounting scholarships announced
Issue November 1-15, 2004
Form advocacy group, CASJ confab urged
Poor and Powerless
Jeffrey's death and ugly issues facing youth
Ambassador grilled at U of T forum
Knights of Rizal donates $2,487 to Jeffrey fund
FCT update
Issue November 16-30, 2004
Mining row heats up
CASJ to convene as advocacy group
Jeffrey's death and ugly issues facing youth
Demonyong Banyaga at si JR
Why are we de-skilled in Canada?
Lottery scam alert
PIDC Christmas dance
Fiesta Filipina, Viola - presidential awardees
Canadian Immigration Views - Parents: Canada's cornerstone starts to stress
Issue December 1-15, 2004
CASJ deputation at Police Services Board meeting
CASJ elects Executive Committee
Dialogue in Diversity
40th Christmas Festival at City Hall Rotunda
Culture Philippines to hold benefit concert for KCCC
Labor officer Olalia meets with Ontario labor minister
Is justice worth fighting for?
Club Filipino awards Hontañosas, Zetazate
Issue December 16-31, 2004
Canada's Live-in Caregiver slavery program
CASJ advocates for caregivers, changes in policing
CASJ raises issues at Miller's 'Listening to Toronto'
Everyday is Christmas
An Appeal from the Youth of Quezon
Appeal for donations to typhoon victims in the Philippines
Flood victims need heroes
Appeal for aid to the Philippines
CASJ raising funds for typhoon victims
Journalist awardee on corruption
The leadership may be there but will solidarity follow?
Scientists warn of more flashfloods from SC decision on Mining Act
Meet Manny Bade: 'Tom Jones of Toronto'
5th Rizal GTA Commanders' Ball
Silayan Lantern Parade
PHB: 19 years of giving Christmas cheers
CMC donates to typhoon victims
Simbang Gabi at Woodbridge
Catalina Dakudao passes away
Culture Philippines' Concert to help Kalayaan,ANCOP
Issue January 1- 15, 2005
Rosca and Sison's new book captures Europe
Rosca and Sison's book to be launched in Toronto
CASJ Fund Raising for the Philipine typhoon and flood victims
Donate to the Philippine Typhoon and Flood Victims
CASJ launching slated Jan 22
Issue January 16-31, 2005
Filipino-Canadians help CMC raise $34,000 for tsunami victims
CMC-Asians Tsunami relief fundraising
Caregivers ask Canadian government: Stop treating us like slaves
Letter to editor: Blockages for immigrant doctors need surgery
Advocacy groups to press on without Sgro
CASJ launch on Jan. 22: Holds presscon re Sgro snub
Consulate Typhoon Fundraising
Coup and Counter-Coup at PCCT
Toronto student wins world video contest
Lucena City Association holds fun Christmas party
NBD & Associates holds Christmas dinner dance
Operation Kapusong Pinoy
Canadian Immigration Views: Worth repeating - I want my mommy!'
FCT Update: FCT Filipino Singing Idol on Jan. 21
SEAS Centre to hold workshops on Filipino workers' rights
Guidelines for dual citizens travelling to R.P.
Issue February 1-15, 2005
Ninotchka Rosca in Toronto for launch
CASJ launched amid snowstorm
On a dark and stormy day...
Letter to the Editor
Rejoinder by Edwin
How effective is the SIU?
Kalayaan election reset
KCCC presents 'Two for The Road'
New PCCT officers induction on Feb 26
FCT update
Issue February 16-28, 2005
Ninotchka Rosca: 'RP is major exporter of women as sex slaves'
Statement of CASJ: On the Selection of Next Police Chief
Filipino awareness week launched by U o f T students
Boracay: A lifetime momories
Toronto's Urban Angel flies to RP on eye-care mission
Chilcare debate should include LCP - women's group
Filipinos believe they are better-off despite statistics to the contrary
Himig-Living Trophy of the Filipino People
Ceiba pillow stands out at New York home show
Home Karaoke Talents' Variety Show
San Miguel Sabado Nights at Hacienda
Tenants group vs rent increase, forced eviction
Caloocan High School reunion
FCT update: Incredible Julie Corpus
Filipino Canadian real estate group formed
Issue March 1-15, 2005
Ninotchka Rosca: 'Journalists killed with impunity in the Philppines'
A Warrior Has No Biography
Notebook: Some hot stories we covered since 1989, The Reporter turns sweet 16
'Revolutionaries are not terrorists'
Statement of concern Filipino-Canadians of the killing of journalists in the Philippines
Letter to the Editor: Slave image
CASJ Annoucement
Class Struggle: Filipino Immigrants and the Quest for Identity
Canadian Immigration Views: Our loved ones are number one
Charles Stelle wins Grand Champion price in Kantahan
Health, beauty products showcase in Niagara
Linda Magno and Max Surban in concert in Toronto
New radio program to hit airwaves
Tourism Sec assures: R.P. safe
The FCT Gala Night
Issue March 16-30, 2005
Congress to probe LCP
Congress Resolution No. 643
Filipino Women in Canada's Live-in Caregiver Program
Reply to Dr. Kelly: Whose thinking should be changed - ours or theirs?
Reply to Dr. Kelly: Absence of equal opportunity: Do we have a chance?
Silayan leads St. Jamestown fest
Buzzword - Responsible Mining
'Voices of Spring:' Concert features Calbes, Dubois
Access to professions advocate receives Women of Labour Award
Markham federation donates $1,000 to typhoon victims
A Maharlika Lenten offering
FCT Update: 2005 Outstanding Student Awards
The Pillars to hold Pabasa
PIDC calendars of events for 2005
Himig launches CD
Issue April 1-15, 2005
Filipino Women in Canada's Live-in Caregiver Program (Last of 2 parts)
Report on LCP Roundtable Consultation in Ottawa
CASJ consolidates gains of 3 task forces
What is Sleep Apnea?
World Federation of Chiropractic endorses Nikken sleep system
Skilled, educated immigrants rely on food banks to survive in Toronto
Reporter artist is Valedictorian at Art Institute of Toronto
The KCCC president's report
The Class Origins of Barong Tagalog
Toronto Upsilon Sigma Phi and Sigma Delta Phi to host 2006 reunion
PPC-O holds annual meeting
Issue April 16-30, 2005
Notebook: Desperate times
Petals of Hope art Exhibit
Business for stay-at-home moms
St. Jamestown festival logo contest is on
Mapua alumni association scholarship program
Remembering the Pope in the Third World
PCCT prexy outlines programs
Notes on the life of Aling Choleng
Lives and Memories: Thank you, Aling Choleng
Art Viola's letter to the editor
FCT Update: From a birthday toast to a roast
Asian Heritage Month 2005
Issue May 1-15, 2005
Rally for Jeffrey Reodica at Nathan Philips Square
PEN Canada highlights killing of journalists in R.P., Mexico on World Press Freedom Day
Statement of PPC-O: Blatant attack on press freedom
Orientation for newcomers
Consulate reaches out
Fil-Canadian realtors' gala night: May 21
Canadian Immigration Views: Time to turn on the immigration tap
Issue May 16-31, 2005
Justice for Jeffrey update
Questions on Jeffrey slay remain
Rockwell hosts open house May 21
Rockwell, a safe sancturary
Fil-Can Psychiartrist: 'Depression will be No. 1 disease in 21st century
Use XP boxes and help Bantay Bata and World Vision
1st Fil-Can Poker League on June 25
Pat Rivera's book of poetry launched May 4
FCT Update: Pistahan - a celebration of love for mother country
Silayan holds Spring dinner dance
Surban concert - with conscience and heart
Theresians present two young talents
Issue June 1-15, 2005
Justice for Jeffrey mass action: Rally presses for inquest
Notebook: Rally for Jeffrey: What it means
Silayan 'takeover' questioned
Silayan Announcement
Open Letter to community: The issues behind the 'illegal takeover' at Silayan
IBON founder to speak on R.P. human rights
Cultural Storm in Vancouver
Independence Day Sked
Rizal Day at Earl Bales Park
'Pista sa Tundo' 2005
Issue June 16-30, 2005
Veneration Without Understanding (Does Rizal deserve to be our national here?)
Notebook: We still don't get it on Independence Day event
Do You Know Your History?
Nabu's Reply to the Open Letter: 'There is no illegal takeover of Silayan'
Volpe to speed up family reunification into Canada
No One Is Illegal group to march
FILCREA officers inducted
FCT Update
Francisco de Leon dies
Issue July 1-15, 2005
Jeffrey's inquest, the long wait...
Understanding Rizal Without Veneration
A Day of Tyranny
An Open Letter: Is ConGen Rebong's $10,000 condo rent justified?
Pistahan sa Toronto
Letter to the Editor: 'Inappropriately misquoted'
Reply to Dr. Bismonte's letter
Windsor Filipino Community Centre: Sharing One Vision
Newborn screening: Saving baby from illness
Women's well-being, feminine hygiene
Jasmine Trias, performing at Mabuhay Festival
Issue July 16-31, 2005
CASJ story presented at international forum
Afable art exhibit
PCCT trade show at Mabuhay Festival
Oras ng Bayanihan sa 101.3 FM

Statements on Gloriagate Scandal

Legal memo on the Gloriagate tapes: Possible Illegal Acts Committed by Arroyo

Statement of 10 Cabinet members: Issues of Leadership, Credibility
Cory Aquino's call for GMA to resign
Arroyo Regime Is Disintegrating
People Power Constitutional, Lawyer's group says
Patriots Call for New Governance That Will Uphold People's Agenda
The President Must Resign Now
Resignation is the Best Apology - U.P. Law
NCCP Calls for GMA to Resign
Top Ten Reasons to Oust A President
Issue August 1-15, 2005
Toronto demo: 'GMA Resign!'
Filipinos across Canada reiterate call for GMA's ouster
'Cha-cha' won't divert anti-Arroyo protests - CPP
NDFP position on the current political crisis
Why OFW's want GMA to resign
Kol Hope Foundation for Children
Mabuhay Festival 2005 schedule
Toronto Block Rosary on Pilgrimage
Businesses born at Windsor show
Boat safety - it's our responsibility
Rizal ladies mark 1st anniversary
PNB tops BSP OFW remittance awards
Issue August 16-31, 2005
New website helps ethnic jobseekers
Roco's death mourned in Toronto
Starmodel face candidates selected
FCT Update: Ambassador Benedicto honored at FCT
The Pillars mark 25th year
Cha-cha: The U.S.-Elite Conspiracy
People Power and the Transition Council as Alternative
The Falsehood Commission
Issue September 1-15, 2005
Open Letter: Demand for Inquest for Jeffrey Reodica
Youth reclaim role in Philippine struggle
Withdraw support for GMA, Canadian Embassy official urged
Calling Davaoeños
Niagara dance supports CIBC cancer run
What PHB means to me
Filipinos take centerstage at Factory Theatre
Catherine Hernandez, outreach person
Ateneo Alumni's 11th scholarship dance
R.P. trips to Hiyas winners
Seniors' forum to identify needs
Fiesta Filipina presents Karilagan
Issue September 16-30, 2005
Audit report probes FCT president, hubby
CASJ elects new officers
Filipino talents at Factory Theatre
From Bach to Pop
Ugnayan-Toronto hops on to the Community
Silayan promotes 'Barong at Saya'
Seniors' forum invites Filipino elders to attend its 2nd meeting
Canadian Immigration News and Views: The Parent Trap: What will the Minister do?
Issue October 1-15, 2005
Transgenders sue police for 'assault'
Notebook: FCT audit report and the media
FCT Update: The draft of 2003 Audit Report
Audit aftermath: Disgruntled FCT members want election
Reporter gets 2nd award for best editorial
Big turnout in CASJ survey on professionals
Asociacion Negrense joins CASJ
Canadians report human rights abuses in R.P.
First Quarter Storm confab set in Vancouver
Justice for Jeffrey fundraising dinner
AFCA group rocks north American Confab
UP Alumni group holds grand reunion
'Strenghthening Canada-R.P. relations' - Canadian envoy Sutherland
Issue October 16-31, 2005
FCT auditor speaks out, stands by his findings
FCT execs face libel suit
Notebook: Missing the point or evading the point?
Statement of a transexual in a presscon: 'One human rights violation is a lot'
Statement of a gay cross-dresser" 'Police officer doesn't like people like us'
R.P. team runner up in student enterprise World Cup 2005
'No racial profiling' - Toronto police
Documentary on Agtas wins prize in Planet in Focus filmfest: Children of the Mountains
'Pagdadalaga ni Maximo Oliveros'
Linda's Secret Treasures
Canadian Immigration News and Views: Authorized Rep: Who to use?
Migranteng Pinoy: Mura na, Pang-export pa!
Issue Nov. 1-15, 2005
CASJ study reveals: Filipinos in Toronto 'deprofessionalized'
Filipino domestic sentenced 5 years for manslaughter
Martin Nievera makes merry music at the Metro
Jose Mari Chan performs at John Bassett Theatre
Mikey Bustos concert in Niagara
OFWs in Canada form national alliance
Kapisanan Philippine Centre launch
Volpe challenged on deportation of nannies
Pasko sa Kabukiran
Silayan general membership meeting on Nov. 20
Eustaquio named Justice of the Peace
Club Filipino's X'mas 2005 Shindig
'Road to Asia 2005'
Mapa High Alumni gears up for 12th Int'l reunion
Issue November 16-30, 2005
Explaining the Filipino Deprofessionalization
Rallies in Montreal Vancouver protest Subic rape
Nanny policy is akin to slavery
In defense of LCP
Family Reunification in Vancouver: 'It's like someone stole my mom'
Account of Lucy Bagunu: Story of a live-in caregiver
Courts intervene on FCT row
Minan Pa
PCCT announces events
St. Jamestown lantern parade
Word Int'l Ministries new center
Issue December 1-15, 2005
U.S. tax dollars full equity for Filipino vets, not to fund martial law
Conference recognizes Filipino youth's role in changing society
Papo de Asis: Expatriate artist. social activist
Two journalists killed in R.P. in 60 hours
PIDC elects new officers
On Jun Enverga, turning 50
Gay activists wins Hiyas beauty contest
Beauty beyond borders
Filipino auto workers group to mark 2nd year
Issue December 16-31, 2005
Filipino Mayor joins CASJ get-together
CASJ's cause is the cause of all Filipinos and visible minority groups - By E. Mercurio
Filipina child slavery activist receives int'l award
Holiday Crime Prevention Tips
Safe Winter Driving
R.P. Cabinet Secretary cites GMA priorities
Redoblado heads Bicol group
Nurses trapped under LCP, politicians hit for lip service
Filipinos and the Chinese Head Tax
Philippine Network for Justice and Pease: Statement against ongoing, intensifying human rights violations in the Philippines
Issue January 1-15, 2006
Will Canada remain as the world's model of democracy and diversity?
Pinoy martial artist trains Charlize Theron
New party hits Liberals, Tories, for stealing its platform
Scrapping, reducing landing tax, just election gimmick? - SIKLAB
Be careful when shovelling snow
Rally to stop deportation of caregivers set Jan. 13
R.P. envoy to Canada reelected to UN migrants body
KCCC aquires a new home
Burying People Power
Issue January 16-31, 2006
Pinoy voters voice election views
Canada's Live-in Caregivers: Why are 'modern-day heroes' being deported?
'Our election signs are being torn down'
A tale of two governments
Special Report on the Mining in the Philippines: The Ugly Canadian
World Press Freedom in 2005, the deadliest year for a decade
Factory Theatre presents... The Real McCoy
'Posible' inspires Pinoys
Canadian Immigration Views: How do candidates stand on immigration issues?
Issue February 1-15, 2006
Volpe's office refuse to receive petition vs deportation of live-in caregivers
SIKLAB-Ontario lines up February events
Notebook by Hermie Garcia: Elections Canada: Immigrants' view
A petition for Press Freedom
The Ugly Canadian: Globalizing Philippine Mining
New blood energizes Kalayaan
Kalayaan Centre to hold AGM, election
Sto. Niño Fiesta in Kingston
Lady of Peñafrancia novena starts
50 teams compete at Phil-Can League
Search is on for outstanding Filipinos overseas
Issue February 16-28, 2006
Filipino hotel workers get support from community
Hotel workers support tourism tied to good jobs
Carbon monoxide poisoning
New community center premiers with Rizal event
Canadian Immigration News and Views: I do and the meaning of spouse
Issue March 1-15, 2006
Job market unkind to Canadana-born minorities - study
Mass arrest of undocumented immigrants in U.S. looms
CASJ to hold concert for Leyte mudslide victims
Brampton Federation Leyte fundraising
Leyteño Association Report
SIKLAB Statement: Filipino Canadians gather donations for victims of Leyte disaster
CDRC Report of St. Bernards
Victor Wong Statement
Whitehead Statement
Hacienda-Toronto's club for young Filipinos
Weddings that helps medical research
Kalayaan Centre ratifies changes to constitution
Health foundation holds 5th Valentine ball
PHB back from R.P. trip
Obituary: Dr. Guillermo O'Hara de Villa Jr.
Issue March 16-31, 2006
Mining in R.P.: Boon or bane?
On Women's Day
Concert for Leyte mudslide victims set for April 28
Youth Leyte fundraising concert a success
Ontario pledges $200K to Leyte victims
Notebook: Disaster crisis reveals a strength and a weekness in our community
Mayor David Miller on Leyte disaster
U of T on Filipino focused research
WAIL Statement" Liberation of women and humanity
Back to the Future - The Best Goes On
Lilac's concert 'I shall be with You' on Earth's Day
Architects donate for Leyte
Filipina wins 'Dancing with the Stars'
Love, the second time around
Kalayaan Centre elects new officers
Multicultural Council raises $9K for Leyte victims
First Fil-Can of Vaughan celebrates 15 yrs
Issue April 1-15, 2006
125K raised in Markham for Leyte disaster victims
Notebook: Why are the Leyte disaster evacuees getting hungry despite the massive relief aid?

CUPE National President writes to President Arroyo: Repression in the Philippines

Toronto Mayor urges everyone to support fundraising concert
The livelihood agricultural assistance project of the Citizens' Disaster Response Centre (CDRC)
Int'l Day Against Police Brutality
Toronto Police's newcomer outreach program launched
Jewelry from Smokey Mountain
Diva, actress to lead PAMANA
Caviteños present Raul Sunico concert
Kalayaan '06 presents Pista sa Nayon
Mosquera lauds Bicol Canada
Dayno cites AFCA contribution to community
Issue April 16-30, 2006
Superior Court rules: FCT board 'lacks degree of legitimacy'
"Rebuilding People's Lives" concert all set for April 28
Filipinos in U.S. denounce anti-immigration bill
Maharlika leads Lent rituals in Toronto
Copacobana Night in Mississauga
GK-ANCOP gets $200K for Leyte disaster relief
Federal court rules in favor of LCP applicant
Why are Filipinos poor?
APOSIS projects aid the poor
Canadian Immigration News and Views: No news is... bad news
UCLA research focuses on crime in Asian America
Hundreds rally for Status for All in TO
Issue May 1-15, 2006
Filipino kid punished ten times at school for using spoon and fork
R.P. officials rap school for penalizing boy using fork, spoon
Notebook: Local talents are diamonds in our backyards
Concert for Leyte draws rave reviews
Letter to the editor: Do we really need a cultural centre?
Lilac Caña's concert: A musical masterpiece
'Think Tank' Rizal Society launched
PIDC 2006 Events
Irigueños Sa Di Canada calendar for 2006
Soriano is new PPCO pexy
Para sa Press set on May 6
Manila High marks 100 years
Negrense unveils 2006 plans
Issue May 16-31, 2006
'Spoon and fork' incident triggers complaint for Human rights violation
Rally asks for truth, justice
PM to make citizenship easier for adopted kids, cut landing fee to half
Notebook: The Jeffrey case and the local media
Local youth group denounces systemic racism by Montreal school board
Statement of the Philippine Embassy in Ottawa
Letter to the editor: 'Not about spoon and fork'
Primero de Mayo: 'A Day Without Immigrants' in the U.S.
Appeal for Support
PETITION: 'Respecting Diversity
Inquest: More questions than answers
Stop the unjust deportation of Filipino live-in caregivers
Guelph University student captures wrestling gold
Silayan marks 35th year with art, culture, dance
Para sa Press: 'Music Thru the Ages' a hit
Performing artists in 'Rebuilding People's Lives' Concert
Carassauga 2006
Toronto Seniors' Forum sets regional meetings
Women and Business, May 27
Consulate reaches out
Newcomers orientation: May 20
Issue June 1-15, 2006
No one saw Jeffrey with a knife
Philippine National Day Schedule
'Spoon and fork' controversy in Montreal: Marchers demand apology from school board
Notebook: The 'Killing Fields' issue
Stop the deportations!
PPC-O looking beyond socializing
Jeffrey Reodica Inquest: Harsh realities for youth, community
Lani and SOS show 'the best in Las Vegas
Krystal Bunag, rising star
How to succeed in business amid 'political noise'
APO Southern Ontario's 'Revel in April'
24 community volunteers receive service awards
Maskara dance highlights Negrense induction
Malolos Group annual picnic
St. Jamestown fest set on June 11
Omar Alvarado Tan graduated with honors from York University
Issue June 16-30, 2006
KMU's Labog calls for int'l solidarity
HEALTH: Identify signs of a stroke and save lives
Letter to Consul General Mosquera-Appeal for Support on the case of Jeffrey Reodica
Negrense's Masskara festival, induction
Pitfields guest at Pillars 26th anniversary
Ontario opticians group marks 60yh year
Canadian Immigration News and Views: Society regulates immigration consultants
PIDC 2006 events start in style
Issue July 1-15, 2006
Truth and fiction rife as Reodica inquest hits home-stretch
Notebook: Belenger's luha ng buwaya (Translation: Belanger's crocodile tears)
Filipino community in Japan writes to toronto Filipinos
'Arroyo worse than Marcos' - Jalandoni
Music 'genius' joins Fil-Am producer in film project
Hunger for Healing
Gemini innovations - ATM remittance card and your photo on real stamps
Financial Report: 'Rebulding People's Lives' Fund Raising Concert
for the Leyte Mudslide Victims
Dacanay is 2006 Ontario Service Awardee
Ontario Court staff celebrate cultural diversity in the workplace
Philippine Pavilion at Carassauga gets better every year
Issue July 16-31, 2006
Postcript to an essay on Rizal
Arroyo desperately clinging to power - Jalandoni
'Rizal Society of Ontario's pupose for being is to overcome the vestiges of our colonial history and our present Unequal Neo-Colonial Status
A Statement of Concern by the Community Alliance for Social Justice:
Stop the killings and enforced disappearances in the Philippines
Makabagong Kalayaan showcases raw local talents
Kultura Arts Festival
Brampton Filipina runs for Councillor
Canadian Immigration News and Views:
Time to tap into foreign worker human resources
Palma, Juatco to grace Mabuhay fest
Featinians re-elect Rey
Attention: Balik scientists
Issue August 1-15, 2006
Open letter to Consul General Alejandro Mosquera: The case of Marilou Tabuno
SONA and the Killings Fields of Gloria
United Church of Canada calls on Canadian gov't, UN to help stop political killings in RP
Latin Soul King is half-Filipino
Circulo Ilongo picnic
Kalayaan 2007 election
Immigration questions welcome
Catandunganons hold picnic
Ilocano Association dinner dance
Silayan has a new office
PPC-O returns 'Para sa Press' monies to fundraiser
Issue August 16-31, 2006
Amnesty Int'l Report of RP: Increased political killings risk retaliation from rebels
Forum on political killings in RP set in Toronto, Aug. 26
Pagsulong: Youth struggles, forum
Rizal Society symposium on 'Making Poverty History in RP' set for Sept. 2
APO members join Ati-Atihan group in dance
Immigration officials caught lying in court
Journalist wins 10 awards at two Church press conventions
Geneva forum on RP killings held
Canadian Immigration News and Views:
A simplified solution for a simple problem: Wrong answer
Issue September 1-15, 2006
Jeffrey Inquest Update
Petition to make Petron responsible for the Guimaras oil spill
KUBRADOR (The Bet Collector): Philippines' Film Entry in the
Toronto International Film Festival
'Kubrador' - Complex life in jueteng world
United Methodists ask Bush to help stop Philippines killings
Filipino fair trade advocates visit Toronto
Filipino Canadians donate 14 classrooms to Philippines
Feed the poor kids mission by Lucena association
IMMIGRATION: Be wary of those who offer guarantees
Ambassador Brillantes to grace Annak Ti Villasis event
Stopping for school buses
Dekada '80 topbills Pabs Dadivas
Toronto music fest, awards launched
Noted Filipino healing priest to visit Toronto
UP alumni 2006 assembly Sept. 29
Issue September 16-30, 2006
Mandatory not voluntary
TIFF - Movie Review: 'Twilight Dancers'
'Gay films can save Filipino movies' - Director Chionglo
TIFF - Movie Review: 'KUBRADOR (The Bet Collector)'
Tough jueteng luck
Bayanihan presents a dancing tour-de force
Jeffrey Inquest resumed Sept. 11
Portugal pushes for accountability, transparency in FCT management
PCCT turns over $22,500 to GK housing program
IMMIGRATION: More power breeds more bad behaviour at our borders
A Pleasant Evening with Calbes, friends at Kalayaan Cabaret

ANNOUNCEMENT: Stop the Killings in the Philipipnes!

Issue October 1-15, 2006
Political Killings in RP draw International Condemnation
Raly condemns killings from Marcos to GMA
Trouble in Paradise: U.S. anti-immigration law may unsettle RP economy
IMMIGRATION: Making Citizens of Convenience
Peace and music with Lei Garcia
18 new peer counsellors on domestic violence graduate from course
GK walk for housing for the poor
Comic Ron Josol starts nationwide tour at John Basset Theatre Oct. 14
Multicultural youth showcase talents
Issue October 16-31, 2006
Jury in Jeffrey's Inquest: Police changes needed - By Mila Astorga-Garcia
Jeffrey family's suggested recommendations: 'Do we have to suffer more dead Jeffrey?'
CASJ suggested recommendations: Rein in the police
Jeffrey Reodica Inquest: JURY RECOMMENDATIONS
CASJ suggested recommendations not allowed by Coroner Bonita Porter
Veteran journalist Haroon Siddiqui: To ethnic media: 'Empower the community'
TULI - controversial x-rated feature film
Silayan elects new board members
IMMIGRATION: Refugee determination: Better judges needed
Confab aims to empower Filipino community in Ontario
Issue November 1-15, 2006
Aggression not caused by Filipino youth
Notebook: Is this our coming of age?
Hotel Workers Rising
Rick Falco for School Trustee, Ward 6 and 11, Dufferin-Peel Region
Rowena Santos for Toronto City Council, Ward 14, Parkdale/High Park
Marlene Mogado, for School Trustee in Area 2, Markham
Rowena Santos talks to The Philippine Reporter
Luz del Rosario for School Trustee, Ward 6 and 11, Dufferin-Peel Region
Joyce Rodriguez for Councillor, Ward 2 and 6, Brampton
Willie Reodica for Councillor in Scarborough Centre, Ward
Alex Chiu for Councillor in Ward 8, Markham
Ramon Datol for Mayor in Richmond Hill
IMMIGRATION: Disabled sponsor faces delay in bringing mom
You can be a hero on Nov. 11
PHB marks 26th year
Issue November 16-30, 2006
Pinoy candidates weak at the polls
Mayor Miller talks at PPCO forum
Notebook: Why we still can't make it
Postscript to the Reodica Inquest
Submission to the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration
Student association partner with SRO over Simbulan lecture
Dr. Dante Simbulan here to speak on Military Coups
PIDC successful events in 2006
Fil-Can form task force on RP human rights
IMMIGRATION: Keeping 'exile' in perspective
Merging of two Pangasinan groups
Seussical - A musical
Taduran girl graduates with honors
Canadian Immigration News and Views: Regulations of Paralegals in Ontario
Phil-Can presents the 'Junior NBA'
PCCT AGM, election on Dec. 10
Issue December 1-15, 2006
Canadian envoy to GMA: 'Listen to Appeals on Killings'
In Canada: Filipino professionals end up in low-paying jobs
CASJ elects new board, OKs charter
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Dismantle all Filipino groups and put up one
First Time @ 25 Josie de Leon sings Venhnee Saturno: A Review
Angie Bansil: Championing A Cause Her Way
Fil-Canadian stars in modern Pinoy folktale
Silayan's new officers
IMMIGRATION: More settlement dollars can't fix faulty selection criteria

FCT Schedule for AGM and 2006 Election

Issue December 16-31, 2006
Consulate supports Bicol disaster relief fund drive
Catholics in U.S. commit $500K to typhoon Durian victims
Letter of Appel
CDRC Update on the Bicol disaster:
Destruction is really huge, support is coming in trickles
Impact of Canadian aid to the Philippines questioned
American rights lawyer deported
Fil-Am immigrants launch U.S.-wide alliance
Why Canada opposed the UN Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
A Call for Social Justice
CASJ Chairperson Report: Involvement, Advocacy and Alliance Building
Bill 124 stalls on independent appeal issue - NDP
Canadian Immigration News and Views: Going home for the Holidays
Alumni gather in Toronto for 'Tipon' Silliman 2007
Ang Negrosanon charters new directions for 2007
IMMIGRATION: Hiring help can save you money in the long run
Arellano High '57 Golden Reunion
Featinians donate $1,000 to Reming victims
APO Ontario donates books, supplies to Cagayan de Oro poor school
Mapa High 12th Int'l Reunion set July 26-29
Issue January 1-15, 2007
Notebook: Nick Atienza, a tribute
Task Force Monico M. Atienza
More from Dr. Dante Simbulan:
Parting Words from a Peace Warrio
Why dismantle Filipino organizations? Diversity enriches our community
CASJ elects executive officers for 2007-2009
Why do you need a lawyer?
Law in the community
Ateneo alumni dinner
The Pillars to link up with gov't, senior groups
Issue January 16-31, 2007
Winnipeg community leader given presidential award
MFFC receives Banaag Award
Jeff Rustia receives PAMANA award from GMA
United People's Party of Canada: Dua commends Wajid Khan
PHILCAN Athletic Club 36th Winter League 07
IMMIGRATION: Wasting time in Buffalo Line
PIDC to hold AGM
Update on Typhoon 'Reming' Fundraising
Bicol Region needs more help
Credit Union proposed for FCT members
Rizal day commemorated
Accountants group report
Mabuhay Radio public consultations
Issue February 1-15, 2007
'Scam artist' del Rosario leaves behind A Trail of Woes
Filipino Youth in Canada driven to gangs, drug tailing
Fely Villasin: Filipino Canadians Lose a Rights Champion
No economic improvements among new immigrants in Canada
FilCans in Victoria stand tall
IMMIGRATION: Amnesty or Oddity?
Issue February 16-28, 2007
FCT headaches not over yet
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Enough! Just Shut Up and Get to Work
Ontario's 25-cent wage hike leaves 1.2 million people poor
$10 minimum wage fight gains
IMMIGRATION: Does Canada accept too many refugees?
CDRC reports on Guinsaugon relief
PCCT to send 2nd trade mission
PIDC launches 2007 events
Mosquera inducts Tanza association officers
Issue March 1-15, 2007
NOTEBOOK: FCT not ready to forgive and forget
FCT must be relevant to the community
Stop treating immigrants like seconc-class citizens -- NDP
Hamilton trade show in April
Crystal Sahagun concert
IMMIGRATION: Time to think indefinite detentions
Tikyo's Place to rise in San Jose, Nueva Ecija
PIDC launches dance contest for Mabuhay '07
Peter Paul and Mary at Roy Thomson
Issue March 16-31, 2007
Ordinary Canadians want a $10 federal minimum wage
Extrajudicial killings denounced in forums
IMMIGRATION: Changes to foreign worker program welcomed
Canadian Immigration and Views: Don't take no for an answer
Crystal back in concert
Light of hope flickering for ill nanny
Issue April 1-15, 2007
Advocacy groups critical of changes in Canada's migrant policy
Mabuhay festival to showcase Joey Albert, Jean Young and local talents
8th Ateneo golf tourney on May 26
When life deals you a physical blow
IMMIGRATION: Laid-off but not illegal
Families donate books to RP schools
Dunluna art exhibit
ONTARIO: Managing chronic diseases
Ching Reyes, May 1, 1930 - March 11, 2007
Camarines Norte residents in Ontario to organize
Issue April 16-30, 2007
Even among Filipinos: Poverty in Toronto is Not an Urban Legend
Let your kids learn the Filipino language
Ambassador Jose Brillantes: 'OFWs - third pillar in foreign policy'
Death of domestic in NY draws outpouring of outrage and support
Dance tour vs sex trafficking
'Nanay' Ana Papasin: 'Our Mother Away from Home
La Salle's 6th World Congress in T.O.
IMMIGRATION: Changes in foreign worker program welcomed
Canadian needs to double Immigration targets
Making Waves Festival at Harbourfront - Aug. 17-19
Issue May 1-15, 2007
Police to implement jury recommendations
Notebook: A dent on the police armor
Ontario's poorest worse off now - book
Ninotchka Rosca to speak in T.O., Montreal
CASJ story documented in research study
Footwear fashion rocks Little Italy
A bouquet of music for Mom
Variety show for Spring
Women in business seminar
Tagalog lessons
Rizal Yuyitung writes 30
Issue May 16-31,2007
A Questionable Case of Suicide
Himig Pilipino 'Salamisim'
Silayan's May activities
Kalayaan Centre open house
IMMIGRATION: Courts refuse to rule on deserter cases
Issue June 1-15, 2007
Filipina wins seat in Manitoba Parliament
Petition on political killings in RP tabled in House of Commons
Press conference on 'Comfort Women'
MMIGRATION: Tories exploiting strippers By Guidy Mamann
Home owners By Mary Gargatirano

Stair Trek vs Global Warming

Issue June 16-30, 2007
Two studies on Filipino community to be launched July 12
Pinoy MD's give treatment for OFWs
Filipinos celebrate Pinoy day
IMMIGRATION: Issuance of permits needs greater oversight
Issue July 1-15, 2007
Canadian journalist awardee donates price
Rave reviews on the study on Filipino community
Minimum wage delay leaves a million workers in Canada wllowing in poverty
IMMIGRATION: Ontario is last program to sign immigration accord
Nakakalitong Kabanata ng Eleksiyon sa Pilipinas
New phone with unlimited long distance launched
Martha Joy finalist at Canadian Idol
Issue July 16-31, 2007
Toronto Police Services Board Chair Alok Mukherjee:
' Community had a role in police changes'
Karen Tan and Josie de Leon: A tandem in an upcoming concert
25-year old Filipina OFW dies in Toronto hospital
IMMIGRATION: Defining work not easy
GMA, Lirio Vital cite MWF cultural, educational value for Filipinos in T.O.
CANADIAN IMMIGRATION NEWS: Canada's Conflict Intention
Dr. Portugal heads Tahanan Non-Profit Homes
August 1-15, 2007
'Beng-Beng' Pailanan comes home
U.S. House of Reps asks Japan to apologize to 'comfort women'
Protests vs. rights abuses held in 3 Canadian cities
Mabuhay Festival at Metro Convention Centre-Salin Lahi - A Musical Extravaganza
Messages delivered at the launching of two studies on the Filipino community, July 12, 2007
An Expectation of Policing in A Different Way By Alok Mukherjee
A Catalyst for Social and Institutional Change By Mayor David Miller
Relentless Pursuit of Justice By Tenny Soriano
A Continuation of Our People's struggle By Mithi Esguerra
Two studies help empower our community By Edwin Mercurio
Book Launch: 'Heart in Two Places'
Training for dart players
CLARIZ is 3 years old
IMMIGRATION: An act of bravery changes offensive policy
Ateneo wins at Summerfest 2007
Happy Birthday Home Karaoke
Issue August 16-31, 2007
3 Gabriela Network leaders in RP 'watch list'
Fil-Am professor held at airport
Lettter to U.S. Embassy
Political assassination survivor: Dr. Claver seeks asylum in Canada
Canada must pressure Japanese govt on comfort women issue
'Comfort women' campaign gains Canadian, int'l support
Time to stand up for comfort women - NDP
Childrens Rehabilitation Center helps Kid victims os state violence
IMMIGRATION: Minister's statements won't prevent removal order
CANADIAN IMMIGRATION VIEWS: Bad Apples: Finding good immigrant help
Asociacion Negrense vows more community involvement
Philippine Advocacy Through Arts-Canada/Patac
New arts group to promote kids' rights
Stardom for Dancing to be A Star
Back-to-school pink ey check-up
Singing sensation Elise at Filipino Day at Wonderland
Issue September 1-15, 2007
USAPING MIGRANTE: 'All in the family'
'Mad Junkologist' from BC back to TO
Oikos game wins award
IMMIGRATION: Relatives are eligible as caregivers
Realtor croons for charity
Issue September 16-30, 2007
Canadian organizations form Free Joma Sison Committee
Canadians feel more in debt amid low financial IQ - study
NOTL family farm thrives on customer satisfaction, honesty
Exploited Filipino migrant workers get support from Canadian Labour Congress
IMMIGRATION: CIC skirts medical ruling by Supreme Court
Fil-Can teachers group slates seminar for Philippine trained teachers, educators
Issue October 1-15, 2007
Notebook: Absolute power corrupts absolutely
Labour, community groups endorse MMP
Filipino community gets the least Ontario funds
USAPING MIGRANTE: Anti-terror targets Filipino migrants
BOOK REVIEW: Serving the underprivileged
Helpful guide for condo buyers
Reducing local air pollution in Ontario
UP Alumni-Toronto marks 30th year

IMMIGRATION: Economic Refugees: Here we go again


Issue October 16-31, 2007
Community outraged, starts movement to seek Justice for Jocelyn Dulnuan
Migrante Statement: Migrant groups move to obtain justice for slain Filipino domestic worker in Canada
USAPING MIGRANTE: Repatriation Hassle: The Jocelyn Dulnuan case
Philippine Consulate General-Toronto: Statement on the repatriation to the Philippines of the remains of the late Jocelyn Dulnuan
Notebook By Hermie Garcia: Jocelyn Dulnuan - A Challence to the Community
NUJP leader meets with PPC-O
College of Holy Spirit reunion in TO
IMMIGRATION: Of Saints and Smugglers
Issue November 1-15, 2007
Caregiver reforms pushed
Reporter Managing Editor receives Human Rights/Social Justice award from Ethnic Press Council

Statement Concerning the Response of the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Atlantic Opportunities Agency to th Petition on the Political Killings in the Philippines


Caregiving Business: Where giving comfort is fulfilling
USAPING MIGRANTE: Inconvenient Reality
Dulnuan Fund Raising Report
IMMIGRATION: Suing for delay is risky business
Issue November 16-30, 2007
LCP changes gain ground
Our few and just demands for caregivers
Little gains, big disappointments
Find the culprit and give justice to Jocelyn
Filipino comfort woman coming to TO for campaign to correct Asian history
Dont get caught flat footed
CANADIAN IMMIGRATION NEWS AND VIEWS-Medical refusals require individualized assessment, court rules
IMMIGRATION-Helping a lonely brother abroad
Tax change could kill community paper
Climbing and Biking for a Cause
Issue December 1-15, 2007
House of Commons passes 'comfort women' motion: 'Japan must apologize'
'Comfort Women' Stories of Rape, Torture, Inhumanity
Part of the motion passed by Canadian House of Commons
Dulnuan case triggers demands for LCP changes
USAPING MIGRANTE: Pushing for Human Rights
Filipinos lead Asian lawyers group
PIDC holds election, forms Council of Leaders
IMMIGRATION: Giving birth between a rock and a hard place
December 16-31, 2007
NOTEBOOK By Hermie Garcia - Nick Atienza: A Life Full of Meaning
PATAC's 'Songs of Our Times' Concert: Songs of Pain, Struggle and Hope
Padilla earns Million Dollar Round Table award for 13th year
Jocelyn Dulnuan Fund-raising report
IMMIGRATION: Work experience trips skilled worker
Castillo urges Negrense to be pro-active
Silayan Centre reports
January 1-15, 2008
Unpaid wages campaign launched
Lawrence Garcia tops spoken word contes
IMMIGRATION: Too littel time afforded to hear sponsorship appeals
APO Alumini-Toronto marks 82nd year
Silayan new officers start term
Ending the Year with Gratitude
EARTH TALK: New Year's resolutions for fighting global warming
January 16-31, 2008
Composer to tap Toronto's Pinoy singers to interpret his songs
For Revealing Fat Loss Secret: Lady doctor get death threats
ASK LISA: Your daughter is shaving her legs, what next?
ASK LISA: Tomboys and teasing
IMMIGRATION: Canadian experience class set to launch in summer '08
Miss Philippines Hamilton pageant accepting applicants
February 1-15, 2008
Caregivers want landed status
Respect and Dignity for Live-in Caregivers
USAPING MIGRANTE: Deconstructing the Live-in Caregiver Program
Gatherings, press cons, consultations, workshops on LCP
Nominations for 2008 Presidential Awards now open
PIDC 2008 events set
IMMIGRATION: Nanny should wait to marry
Mom seeks community support to bring Christina back
Issue February 16-29, 2008
Jeffrey inquest recommendations being implemented, police chief says
The Filipino Community in Canada
RP, Manitoba sign MOU
USAPING MIGRANTE: Deconstructing the Live-in Caregiver Program (Conclusion)
Doctors want to kill this woman
Special Notice on Passport Application
PATAC-raised funds sent to child victims of military operations
IMMIGRATION: Work permit record reached in 2007
PCCT sponsors business planning workshop
Earthtalk: Paving roads - scourge to nature
Earthtalk: Where do medical waste go?
Issue March 1-15, 2008
Caregiver demands gain more support
Notebook By Hermie Garcia: Philippine Reporter, almost 20
Respect and Dignity for Caregivers
Standing ovation for Brampton's Jasmine
EARTHTALK: Global warming and allergies
EARTHTALK: State measures to combat global warming
Issue March 16-31, 2008
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Landed status for caregivers
PIDC announces Mabuhay stars
New Filipino migrant group formed
PIDC-GK Village to rise in Bicol
Multi-faceted in Subic
USAPING MIGRANTE: A protest amidst winter storm
Labour Shortage in Canada
IMMIGRATION: Disclose kids quickly
Issue April 1-15, 2008
Party List Parliamentarians Visit Canada
FCT row not over yet
Darius Ciria's concert successful
You too can create wealth from the Internet
Practical condo living in Sucat
Brillantes guest at Miss Philippines in Hamilton
IMMIGRATION: Processing fairness needed
Issue April 16-30, 2008
Heat's on Ottawa - Filipino solons ask Canada to help end human rights abuses in RP
The Killings in the Philippines Must End
Rep. Satur Ocampo by Mila Garcia
New conditions for OFW employment contracts
Nursing the Caregivers
USAPING MIGRANTE: Breaking the Silence
Heat's on Ottawa - Filipino solons ask Canada to help end human rights abuses in RP
New LCP Contract Scares Canadian Employers Away (Part 1)
Issue May 1-15, 2008
Upon hearing about extrajudicial killings in the Philippines: MPs Shocked
Is new murder case linked to Canadian visit? Canadian embassy official asks Ocampo
Positive talks with MPs, Filipino communities, trade unions (Part 1)
Letter to the Editor: Labor Attache replies: 'Baliktad na ang Mundo...'
LCP flawed, needs major changes (Part 2)
USAPING MIGRANTE: The Rise of the Rice Crisis
Press Club reelects Soriano president
Tiara Festival marks women power in Hamilton
Carassauga festival of cultures
The Scarborough Stories by Catherine Hernandez
Brillantes named vice chair of UN body for migrant workers
Ateneo alumni 9th golf tournament
New money remittance group formed
Small business owners to complete PCCT business planning workshop
Issue May 16-31, 2008
Healer Priest Fr. Fernando Suarez
On A World Mission of Healing
Notebook: Aborted review of the People Power play
Letters to the Editor
Caregivers' workplace mentally unhealthy
An Evening with Pilita
PIDC Mrs. Philippines: Pageant raised $7K for the poor
IMMIGRATION: U.S. seeks to attract more Canadian TN Professionals
PIDC Salo-salo with caregivers
'Dancing to be a Star' is back
Filipino, Huh?, a short essay writing contest for the youth
Issue June 1-15, 2008
Chief Blair OKs Asia Pacific consultative body
Missed Opportunity in an auspicious event
Ka Bel is Dead. Long Live Ka Bel!
Death Empowers Filipinos in Canada
Notebook: Working Class Hero
3rd Annual Filipino Int'l Language Assembly
Chief Blair OKs Asia Pacific consultative body
Comedy queen Ai-Ai at Mabuhay fest
PCCT trade show
New home parish for Filipinos
IMMIGRATION: Couple seek relative from abroad for childcare
Issue June 16-30, 2008
No compassion for dying Filipina caregiver
Juatice and Compassion for Juan Tejada
Domestic workers congress
Youth to mark Jeffrey, justice campaign
Justice for Juana Tejada
Filipino youth pay tribute to their heroes
Celebrate music with Josie de Leon
Mabuhay Festival - July 19
Laquian Lecture - 50 Years of Filipino migration to Canada
Website forces money into your pocket
IMMIGRATION- Spousal sponsorship values are un-Canadian



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