Our diversity has shaped our society and our way of life. People from around the world have come to Canada, hopeful of having the same opportunities and experiences as all Canadians, and with a common goal to achieve an inclusive, supportive, and diverse society in which everyone can thrive.
Register now go to https://bit.ly/3h355VWMeet the future of our Filipin* community – 4 active young Fil-Canadians leaders will share their stories and initiatives they are currently involved in. With the special participation from Kirby Araullo who will share his knowledge and experiences of the US Filipin*-Americans and how we (as Filipin*-Canadians) can learn from them.
We are wishing a very happy Filipino Heritage Month to all our Filipino friends and the entire Filipino community. Join PIDC to celebrate the 123rd Philippine Independence Day and their 3rd Filipino Heritage Month Virtual Celebration on June 18th 2021,7:30pm.
The Philippine Cultural Heritage Society proudly presents its 1st Virtual Festival: CELEBRATE PINAS! This Virtual Festival is to Celebrate the 123rd Philippine Independence and the 3rd Philippine Heritage Month in Canada. Let’s Celebrate GALING(Talent), TAPANG(Bravery) and GANDA(Beauty) of Filipinos in Canada and all over the world. Celebrate Pinas is proudly produced by Philippine Cultural Heritage Society In partnership with Sun Life Insurance and The City of Burnaby.
Our Sponsors: RBC, Sukhi Bath Motors, AECO – RM, Canven Marketing, Netcity.ca, Baro’t Saya ni Inday Zeny, Beatriz Boutique and Jewelry, Wendell Bautista, Silverio Anglacer, Essential Beauty by Alyssa, E. Espiritu Financial Inc., Bloop Philippines.
Our Media Partners: GMA Pinoy TV, OMNI Television, Reyfort Publishing and Entertainment, Our Chronicle.
Production Team: K&M Creatives and Events Management and DreamBoard Artists.
Meet Montreal’s Muslim Mother Teresa who feeds 500 people a day!Join us on Sunday, June 20 at 8pm EDT for a lighthearted chat with this model Malaysian.Known affectionately as the ‘Muslim Mother Teresa’ for the noble cause she has dedicated her life towards, Montreal’s Sister Sabariah Hussein, known by most as Sister Sabria, feeds up to 500 people a day. She cooks for a total of 400 to 500 homeless, needy or lonely people with the help of volunteers.Born in Malaysia, she has devoted her life to helping others, placing their needs before hers. It’s a full-time job – and she doesn’t even get paid for it.Sister Sabria’s involvement in the Montreal community dates back 30 years, when she arrived in Canada after completing international cuisine courses in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. She originally came to work as a specialized educator but found her true calling in volunteerism. As a devout Muslim, she is heavily involved with the Muslim community, cooking thousands of meals for mosques spread throughout the city. She lends a hand to anyone in need, regardless of race, religion or gender. In 2017, as her 70th birthday approached, she created the Sister Sabria Foundation aimed at implementing long-term solutions to eliminate hunger and support women in difficulty.
The Canadian Multicultural Council – Asians in Ontario (CMC) is a Toronto based non-profit, non-political umbrella organization of more than twenty Asian Canadian associations representing various Asian countries and cultures.