The COVID-19 pandemic has hit the artistic community very hard.
Visual and performance artists – film and stage actors, painters, dancers, singers, spoken word artists -- depend on galleries, theaters, exhibition centres and other typically enclosed spaces to showcase their works and make a living.
If not for the COVID-19 pandemic, Canadians would have been seen wearing orange on September 30 in their workplaces, schools and public places.
Are all Filipino-Canadians food secure?
How do we address the food insecurity of loved ones in the homeland and in our adopted country?
There is no denying it. Populism and authoritarianism are on the rise and spreading across the world.
SONAs (annual address by the President to a joint session of the Congress of the Philippines) are a staple in political democracies.
President Duterte signed into law, Republic Act 11479, or the Anti-Terrorism Acton July 3, 2020, well within the 30-day period after the House of Representations passed the Bill approved in the Senate.
If you have not heard of how a Lucban Municipality police officer, a bombastic newscaster, and the daughter of mega-star Sharon Cuneta and Senator Francis Pangilinan linked the past two weeks, then you are not on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook.
June is Philippine Heritage Month in Canada. As the Black Lives Matter movement grows, we can commemorate Heritage Month thinking of the historic relations between Filipinos and African Americans.
Welcome to this column’s first entry. RESPECT stands for Responsive Engagement, Service and Possibilities for Empowerment and Collective Transformation. Contributing to our collective empowerment and transformative change is the end. Our responsive engagement, service and imagining new possibilities are the means to this end.