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Aug 17th
Home Sections Entertainment Thousands Watch Santa Claus Parade in Toronto
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Sunday, 25 November 2012 17:03




Member, Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE), Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA)

and National Ethnic Press and Media Council of Canada (NEPMCC)

Here are the latest news developments in our community.


T housands of people watch the much-awaited Santa Claus Parade in Toronto on Sunday which kicks off the Christmas holidays in Canada's largest city and capital of Ontario province.


Here's the news video at Currents & Breaking News channel: ">


My news and food channels can be viewed by clicking the links:

1. The Gotcha Journalist Channel's Currents & Breaking News at

2. The Filipino Web Channel at:

3. Filipino Web Entertainment Channel at:

4. EatsNRestos Channel at:


Other stories and commentaries on print in Balita newspaper:

1. Smoke and Mirrors:

2. Filipino Protest Against China Turns Dull:

3. The Rough-and-Tumble of Community Journalism:

4. Rosemer Enverga Denies Wrongdoing, Says Accusations Hurt Her Reputation

5. Commentary: A Stretch of Imagination

6. Who's Telling the Truth?:

7. Rosemer Enverga Hints at ‘Legal Action’:

8. Was There Wrong-Doing in PIDC's Beauty Pageants:

9. Norma Carpio's Defining Moment:



Other stories for the mainstream available at:


PHILIPPINE VILLAGE VOICE/The Filipino Web Channel - Redefining Community News

Currents & Breaking News 


/ News That Fears None, Views That Favor Nobody /

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North America . . .

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