Lucy Lombos shows there’s not just one way to teach children. She used to be a teacher, is currently a school directress, and, in the last few years, writer of children’s books and other genres published here in Canada, the U.S. and the Philippines.
A non-profit, non-partisan group is urging Canada’s largest voting bloc to go out and vote.
Called Future Majority, it is urging millennial and Generation Z voters to vote in both advance polls and election day in October by a vigorous campaign on and off campuses as well as providing tools that prospective voters can use in considering who to vote come election day.
June 2019 was a busy month for Paulina Corpuz.
The Toronto resident organized Larawan (English translation: photograph), an exhibit featuring images of inspiring Canadian Filipinos. It’s a project of the Philippine Advancement Through Arts and Culture (PATAC), an organization of which Corpuz was the founding president.
Like Jason Pires, I grew up in a household where the news was an important part of the routine, especially the evening TV newscasts. Michelle Eliot also grew up in a house where consuming news was something the family did together. For Ria Renouf, journalism came into focus after college following the tragic death of an aunt.