Canada

  • Basketball for Christmas

    The Knights of Columbus (Kof C) of the Don Bosco Council 10277 - Our Lady of Good Council Church Surrey BC celebrated Christmas in an exciting and enjoyable way – by playing basketball.

  • Basketball for Christmas

    The Knights of Columbus (Kof C) of the Don Bosco Council 10277 - Our Lady of Good Council Church Surrey BC celebrated Christmas in an exciting and enjoyable way – by playing basketball.

  • FROM LOLO'S GIRL TO A WORLD CLASS TAEKWONDO FIGHTER

    Burnaby British Columbia- Lolo inspired the daylights in Abigail Valdez, Bronze Medalist at the 2016 World Juniors Taekwondo Championships. 

    Abigail was only in Third Grade when her lolo’s karate prowess inspired her to take up her own favourite martial arts, taekwondo.

  • Marathon Queen Mary Joy Tabal victorious in women’s half marathon of Ottawa Race

    Running Olympian sets new Philippine record for 21K race

    Ottawa, Canada – Logging another record-breaking feat, MILO Marathon Queen Mary Joy Tabal has clinched first place in the women’s division of the half marathon category of the Ottawa Race. The elite runner from Cebu not only bested her personal record, she also marked a significant milestone for breaking the Philippine record time for the 21K race. The Ottawa Race slot was Tabal’s grand prize for winning the 40th National MILO Marathon National Finals in Iloilo last 2016.

  • Moving in 2017

    VANCOUVER, CANADA -  The new year always brings new hope, opportunities, and changes. “Move” looks like the theme of 2017.

    In Vancouver, British Columbia, Filipinos and Canadians make their new year’s resolutions and express their hopes for the year of the fire rooster.

    OPM star Joey Albert who is now based in Canada prays for more concerts in Manila and more quality time for her two daughters who are both athletes.

  • Pampangueños spice up Canada

    Vancouver, Canada - Pampangueños in Canada celebrated the 31st anniversary of Circulo Pampangueño association of BC, one of the longest surviving Filipino organizations in British Columbia.

  • Pinay bags bronze in World Taek Tourney

    Vancouver, Canada

    Abigael Valdez of the Philippine Team bagged a Bronze Medal on the opening day of the 2016 World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) World Junior Taekwondo Championships at the Bill Copeland Sports Complex in Burnaby, British Columbia. 

    It was a good start for the members Taekwondo jins of the Philippine team who are hoping to win more medals in the next four days of the competition. 

  • Pinoy Calvelo wins 3rd in Canada Open chess

    Filipino Jelvis Arandela Calvelo settled for 3rd overall in the 2017 Canadian Open Chess Championship (Under 2200 section) at the Sault College in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada.

    The Dasmarinas, Cavite native Calvelo tallied 7.0 points on six wins, 2 draws and a loss in 9 outings. The said event was held last July 6 to 16, 2017.

  • Pinoys play b-ball in Canada

     VANCOUVER, CANADA-   One of the Filipinos’ favorite sports is basketball. And Filipinos in Canada are no different.

                    In the recently concluded ICSA Filipino Basketball League in Vancouver, the Sto. Nino team successfully defended their title against Ron’s team 47-40, cementing their legacy as one of the most successful Filipino basketball teams in Vancouver.

    “It is a satisfying victory,” said team manager and coach Michael Castro.

  • Pinoys play b-ball in Canada

     VANCOUVER, CANADA-   One of the Filipinos’ favorite sports is basketball. And Filipinos in Canada are no different.

                    In the recently concluded ICSA Filipino Basketball League in Vancouver, the Sto. Nino team successfully defended their title against Ron’s team 47-40, cementing their legacy as one of the most successful Filipino basketball teams in Vancouver.

    “It is a satisfying victory,” said team manager and coach Michael Castro.

  • ROSE GETS A SECOND CHANCE

    Vancouver, Canada - Derrick Rose AKA D-Rose was recently  judged not guilty for raping an ex- girlfriend with two of his close friends. He gets a second chance at basketball and life.

  • SOMODIO: VARGAS MORE EXCITING THAN CRAWFORD

    LAS VEGAS via Glutamax - When Manny Pacquiao was shopping for an opponent for his comeback fight on November 5 at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, most boxing aficionados hoped unified WBC/WBO and lineal junior welterweight champion Terence Crawford would get the call. He is, after all, undefeated, a top five pound-for-pound boxer and the 2014 Fighter of the Year. To their disappointment, reigning WBO welterweight champion Jessie Vargas was chosen. Though Vargas is a solid opponent with a 27-1 win-loss record, his credentials pale in comparison to Crawford’s.