McLuhan Fellow Speaks on Press and Natural Disasters By Mary Ann R. Mandap

McLuhan Fellow Speaks on Press and Natural Disasters By Mary Ann R. Mandap

February 19, 20140

Marshall McLuhan 2013 Fellow Eileen Mangubat was in town recently to speak on the unique challenges faced by journalists covering typhoon Haiyan. Vancouver was the first stop for her lecture
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Richmond's Filipiniana A Big Hit with Community

Richmond's Filipiniana A Big Hit with Community

July 24, 20120

Thanks to the hard work andgenerosity of the FilipinoScotiabankers and Scotiabank,the Richmond Public Library (RPL)now has one of the best Filipinianacollections in BC. Read more.
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Exploring Vancouver’s Free Attractions

Exploring Vancouver’s Free Attractions

July 24, 20120

Vancouver may be one of the most expensive cities to live in, but it doesn’t necessarily mean that enjoying the city will break your wallet.
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Are Recent Changes to Temporary Foreign Worker Program Good or Bad for Live-in Caregivers under the LCP?

Are Recent Changes to Temporary Foreign Worker Program Good or Bad for Live-in Caregivers under the LCP?

July 24, 20120

The Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) made regulatory changes to the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) effective April 1, 2011.
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My Library: The Passport to Lifelong Learning by Erie Maestro

My Library: The Passport to Lifelong Learning by Erie Maestro

July 18, 20120

My four-year-old daughter and I were new immigrants in 1991 when we arrived in Winnipeg. One of the first things we did was to visit the big library downtown to get our library cards. Read more.
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A Book Lover’s Guide to Things Canadian by Mel Tobias

A Book Lover’s Guide to Things Canadian by Mel Tobias

June 26, 20120

T he book is dead! But no, people still love books. They enjoy the tactile experience of leafing through paper pages and the fact they can take a book anywhere.
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