Filipina-Canadian women

Philippine Chamber of Commerce - Toronto Celebrates Silver Milestone

Philippine Chamber of Commerce - Toronto Celebrates Silver Milestone

Honourable John McCallum, MP and Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship of Canada, delivered the keynote address at the Premiere Philippine Chamber of Commerce - Toronto Anniversary Gala highlighting the Liberal government's "enhanced policies on both trade and immigration" with continuing encouragement and challenges to Filipinos and their families. Special greetings were delivered by Philippine Consul Edna May Lazaro and Senior Trade Commissioner Maria Roseni "Nini" Alvero (Global FWN100™ '16). News story from Munting Nayon.

Being Leaders on the Revolutionary Road Towards Women’s Liberation: International Working Women’s Day Statement from the National Alliance of Philippine Women in Canada (NAPWC)

Being Leaders on the Revolutionary Road Towards Women’s Liberation: International Working Women’s Day Statement from the National Alliance of Philippine Women in Canada (NAPWC)

For years, the National Alliance of Philippine Women in Canada (NAPWC) along with their sister organizations, have been campaigning against Canada’s Caregiver Program, also known under its previous guises of the Live-in Caregiver Program and the Foreign Domestic Movement. 

BALITA: 17 year-old Filipina-Canadian Inventor Ann Makosinski “Flashlight Girl” Shines Bright

BALITA: 17 year-old Filipina-Canadian Inventor Ann Makosinski “Flashlight Girl” Shines Bright

Ann Makosinski is a Victoria-based Canadian student inventor who made headlines two years ago for her invention of a body-heat powered flashlight when she was just 15. Last year, she developed a hands-free headlamp version of her initial concept and went on to win the Google Science Fair in 2013 for both versions. Her latest invention, the e-Drink, harnesses energy from the heat of hot drinks to power electronic devices.