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From M16 to JOHN 3:16

When Don Quilao got a letter to be a part of the Canadian delegation to Asia in the fall of 2012, he thought it was a spam and decided to …

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The Hill We Climb: Amanda Gorman’s Inaugural Poem

Mr. President, Dr. Biden, Madame Vice-President, Mr. Emhoff, Americans and the world, When day comes we ask ourselves, Where can we find light in this never-ending shade? The loss we carry, a sea we must wade We braved the belly of the beast We’ve learned that quiet isn’t always peace

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CANADA 150 Festival Celebrations

#Canada150 Admission to Canada’s national parks, historic sties and marine conservation areas are free this year. Go to canada.pch.gc.ca for more details. PASSPORT 2017 Head to the website (www.passport2017.ca) or download the app to be in the know on the latest Canada 150 events. It’s a one-stop shop for all

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A Weekend at Sandbanks

Don’t bother getting into a plane if you’re into sandy beaches and cool water. There are several beaches that will surely provide the relaxing and perfect summer weekend getaway you are looking for. More so, they are only a few hours drive from Toronto. One of them is Sandbanks Provincial

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#RiseUp

In the wake of #metoo and recent school shooting in Florida, I began to question “who was responsible?” The #metoo points out that women were the victims. Victims…the word itself did not sit too well with me. Why do we need to be victims? Why are we so afraid to

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Fire Mummies and Hanging Coffins

By Adam Karlin The first time I saw a backyard in the high mountains of the province of Benguet, Philippines, I wasn’t shown a pleasant garden, a trampoline, or other assorted typical symbols of an American lawn. I was shown a charnel house— shelves packed with hundreds of skulls and

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Joseph Morong: Staying in the Story

He described the beat as boring and not sexy. Stories for peace, or what he considered were stories for peace. A wavy-haired, sturdy man of mid-thirties, with legs crossed tightly, he fashioned his talk on communicating the message of the marginalized. A decade and a half had passed since he

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Canada’s Illustrious Filipino Laid To Rest

  SENATOR TOBIAS ENVERGA JR. may be considered one of the most Illustrious Filipino-Canadians in this country. He was the first FilipinoCanadians to serve in the Senate of Canada after his appointment to the red chamber by then Prime Minister Stephen Harper five years ago. I will not forget the

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