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By Tom Choy

Vancouver, British Columbia

“Talent wins games, teamwork and intelligence win championships.”  Unknown

The RP BlU GIRLS, the Philippine national softball team, won silver in the recently concluded Asian Women’s World Softball Championships held in Taichung, Taiwan.

Christmas shopping can be overwhelming at times because of the many gift items you plan to give to every family member on your gift list.

Besides doing an early Christmas shopping to avoid the hassle, here’s another Christmas gift hack: you don’t need to scour bazaars and malls to find the perfect present for every important person in your life. A great gift is something that the whole family will use and enjoy all-year round, just like an ABS-CBN TVplus box.

"Ancient Rome declined because it had a Senate, now what's going to happen to us with both a House and a Senate?" WILL ROGERS

By Alex P. Vidal

NEW YORK CITY - The mudslinging bout between Senators Miriam Defensor-Santiago and Juan Ponce Enrile has cost taxpayers millions of pesos. 

It's a waste of time and money. 

by Robbie Pangilinan

Christmas is a time to celebrate with family and loved ones. But, residents of the Tacloban City Women Shelter do not have families to share the season with.

by Tom Choy

Vancouver - Filipino-Canadian and Canadian government officials, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, are mourning the passing of Tobias C. Enverga Jr., the first Filipino-Canadian senator who died on Friday.

He was 61. Senator Enverga passed away while in a parliamentary trip to Columbia on the morning of Nov. 16, with his wife, Rosemer, by his side.

By Robbie Pangilinan

Whitening toothpastes may not work as well as they are advertised. It only works after a teeth whitening procedure to maintain white teeth.

“But if you really want to whiten your teeth, using only whitening toothpaste might work but the change is very minimal after using it for a long period of time,” said Dr. Sina C. Dabbagh, a Filipino-Persian dentist.

SAN FERNANDO, Pampanga―The 105 containers containing trash and hazardous materials imported from Canada four years ago are not going anywhere—remaining in their current position at the Subic Bay Freeport—despite statements to the contrary by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

No action is being taken on the trash, neither by the importer nor concerned government agencies, two weeks after Trudeau was asked during the recent 31st Asean Summit meeting in Manila what would be done with it.

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