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Filipino Journal (Canada)
The pulse of the Filipino-Canadian community.
The pulse of the Filipino-Canadian community.


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Pilita Corrales, Asia's Queen of Song will be performing with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra on Thursday, May 15 at 8:00pm.

For the first time in Pilita Corrales illustrious career, she will be signing with a full orchestra.

Special performance by the Highlights Performing Group and Joy Lazo.

Thursday, May 15, 2014
Centennial Concert Hall
555 Main Street (across from City Hall)

$150 VIP Tickets, includes pre-show reception and post-concert reception with Pilita Corrales.
General Tickets: $75, $49, $39 and $25 tickets. Visa & Mastercard accepted.

An Evening with Pilita Corrales is presented by the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra in cooperation with the Rosalinda Natividad-Cantiveros Foundation, Inc., Manitoba Council of Canadian Filipino Associations (MaCCFA) and the Asian Heritage Society of Manitoba.

Concert proceeds will support various charitable initiatives by presenting partners.

For tickets, please contact:
Winnipeg Symphony Box Office: 204-949-3999
Buy Tickets Online at

Rod Cantiveros 204-489-8894
Tony & Letty Antonio: 204-783-8820
Julie Javier: 204-430-6113
Rowena Oquendo: 204-955-7730
Clarita Nazario: 204-694-6270
Norman Padilla: 204-230-7186
Jean Guiang: 204-269-7307
Vickar Chev: 204-661-8391
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The Easter Edition of the Filipino Journal (Manitoba Edition) comes out next Thursday.
>> Advertising booking deadline is Friday, April 11.
>> Artwork submission deadline is Monday, April 14.

Community event announcements, along with photos and captions can be submitted by Sunday, April 13 by 10pm.

For more information about advertising, or to submit news and story ideas, please email
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Hudson the Polar Bear Has Arrived in Winnipeg

The Assiniboine Park Zoo is pleased to report that Hudson, the 15 month old polar bear from the Toronto Zoo, has arrived in Winnipeg safe and sound and has moved into his temporary home at the International Polar Bear Conservation Centre (IPBCC). His Air Canada flight touched down at Winnipeg’s Richardson International Airport at approximately 2 a.m. this morning.

“Hudson is in good spirits after making the trip from Toronto”, said Tim Sinclair-Smith, Director of Zoological Operations at the Assiniboine Park Zoo. “All indications are that it will be a smooth transition as he adapts to his new surroundings.”

Hudson is the first polar bear to make his temporary home in the IPBCC and the first identified inhabitant for the Zoo’s upcoming Journey to Churchill exhibit opening in 2014. The outdoor enclosure at the IPBCC has been renovated and expanded to specifically accommodate polar bears and is three times its original size.

Now that Hudson has arrived at the Assiniboine Park Zoo, he will spend some time adapting to his new home and is not available for photography or viewing at this time. The Assiniboine Park Zoo is still working to confirm a date for when Hudson will be on exhibit to the public. More information will be made available as soon details are confirmed.

Photo courtesy of the Assiniboine Park Zoo
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Merry Christmas & Maligayang Pasko from the Filipino Journal! Enjoy the read!
Filipino Journal - Manitoba Christmas Edition 2012 (49 photos)
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