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Written by Administrator   

Filipino Dance & Culture: Voices of Migrant Workers

 

 

 

April 25, 2016

 

 

PRESS RELEASE: MayWorks Fredericton: Filipino Dance & Culture: Voices of Migrant Workers

 

 

Fredericton – We are inviting the public for a series of Mayworks Fredericton events in celebration of International Workers’ Day on May 1, 2016. The "Filipino Dance & Culture: Voices of Migrant Workers" is one of the events and is open to general public and free of charge. The event will feature vibrant traditional and contemporary dance performances from the Filipino community, a panel discussion exploring the rights of migrant workers & the challenges they face and sharing the contribution and accomplishments of immigrants and newcomers.

 


Mayworks Fredericton promotes the work of artists that highlight the struggles of working people, social and environmental justice and diversity, and promotes art made by workers.

 

The ‘Filipino Dance & Culture: Voices of Migrant Workers’ event is in collaboration with the Fredericton & District Labour Council, the Filipino-Canadian CommUNITY of New Brunswick (FCNB) Inc. and Asian Heritage Society of New Brunswick (AHSNB).

 

 

More Information:

 

Time/Date: 2:00PM/Saturday, April 30, 2016

 

Venue: Black Box Theatre, James Dunn Hall, 67 Dineen Drive, Fredericton NB, St. Thomas University


Website: www.fcnb.org

 

 


 

 
Disaster Relief for Victims of Typhoon Haiyan
Written by Administrator   

 November 13, 2013

 

  

The death toll is estimated to reach 10,000 people and more than 600,000 have been reportedly displaced by the Typhoon Haiyan (local name Yolanda). This is one of the strongest typhoons ever recorded that crossed the Philippines on November 8. The humanitarian organizations say it will take months, if not years, to recover in the worst hit areas — where over 80% of the houses were destroyed.

 

 

 Fundraising Initiative

 

The Filipino-Canadian CommUNITY of NB (FCNB) is reaching out to you and your organization for continuous prayers and support for the victims of the calamity. We had approached the Canadian Red Cross as channel for collecting financial donations. Please drop in to Multicultural Association of Fredericton (MCAF) offices at 123 York St. or 28 Saunders St. Fredericton. You can also contact us at (506) 470-7203 / 471-6380 or send us your donations by mail at 40 Case St., Fredericton NB E3B 7E2. The Canadian Government is matching all eligible donations until Dec. 9 and taxable receipt is available for donations of $20.00 or more.

 

“Filipinos around the world are devastated and victims of typhoon are in need of lifesaving essentials and emergency supplies like: food, blankets, household supplies, hygiene kits, shelter and clean drinking water”, said Roland Moreno, founding president of FCNB. “…asking everyone to give whatever they can.”

 

Please be informed that all financial donations you make will have a synergistic and positive impact to all of the humanitarian efforts in this regard. Thank you and we look forward to whatever support you can provide.

 

 


 
Immigration measures in support of the Government’s response to Typhoon Haiyan
Written by Administrator   

Ottawa, November 13, 2013

 

 Canada Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander announced today that, effective immediately, Canada will be prioritizing the processing of applications already in progress on request from Filipinos who are significantly and personally affected by Typhoon Haiyan.

 

As well, Canadians without travel documents as a result of the typhoon will have their applications expedited by the Canadian Embassy in Manila.

 

Requests from Filipino citizens temporarily in Canada who need to extend their stay will be assessed in a compassionate and flexible manner.

 

In support of these measures, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) has set up special email addresses and a dedicated phone line, available seven days a week, to respond to requests from applicants and their families.

Overseas:

 Existing Application:

If you have an existing application please fill out this form. Please indicate how you have been affected by Typhoon Haiyan in the enquiry section.

 

New Application:

Applicants who can demonstrate that they are significantly affected and request priority processing can contact the visa office in Manila directly at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

Please include the following information:

How you have been affected by Typhoon Haiyan;

The region that you are in;

Your name (family and given);;

Type of application (student, worker, visitor, Permanent Residence in Canada);

Client ID (optional);

File # (optional) and

Telephone number (optional).

Date of birth;

In Canada:

Similarly, applicants and their family members who request priority processing should contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or contact CIC Call Centre at 1-888-242-2100, which has a dedicated crisis line available seven days a week.

 

Please include the following information:

How you have been affected by Typhoon Haiyan;

The region that you are in;

Your name (family and given);;

Type of application (student, worker, visitor, Permanent Residence in Canada);

Client ID(optional);

File # (optional) and

Telephone number (optional).

Date of birth;

 

CIC continues to closely monitor the situation and will consider other facilitative measures as necessary.

 

Source: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/department/media/notices/2013-11-13.asp

 


 
9th Annual CommUNITY Christmas Party 2013
Written by Administrator   

2013 Annual CommUNITY Christmas Party

 

November 05, 2013

 

 


Mga Kababayan,


 
The Filipino-Canadian CommUNITY of New Brunswick (FCNB) will be celebrating our 9th Annual CommUNITY Christmas Party. We are inviting everyone to celebrate the Filipino Christmas tradition on December 14th, Saturday at 5:00 PM at Willie O’Ree Place, 605 Cliffe St., Fredericton.

 

This is a potluck gathering and we are encouraging everyone to bring a special dish, dessert and non alcoholic beverage to share with everyone. 

 

This year, we have exciting games, Christmas carols and will enjoy special presentation from surprised guest.  We have also prepared a number of activities for adults (exchange gift - $10.00 min, $15.00 max) and made an arrangements for Santa Claus to drop by and distribute gifts ($15.00 max) to your little ones.

  

Registration will be collected at the door for $ 5:00 for Individual and $ 10.00 for Family to cover for related expenses (party venue, technical equipment rental, decorations and cutleries).

 

Please RSVP at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it on or before December 12, 2013 to make sure that the necessary logistcs are in place.

 

For more information, visit our website at Facebook: Filipino CommUNITY of New Brunswick (FCNB)

 

Driving directions to Willie O'Ree Place from Kings Place Mall, Fredericton, NB E3B 5H8

 1. Head northwest on King St toward York St (40 m) 
 2. Take the 1st right onto York St (130 m) 
 3. Take the 2nd left onto Queen St/​NB-102 N (200 m) 
 4. Take the 1st right onto Westmorland St (750 m) 
 5. Take the exit toward New Brunswick 105 S/​New Brunswick 10 S/​Rue Union St/​Rue Cliffe St (350 m) 
 6. Merge onto Devonshire Dr (290 m) 
 7. Devonshire Dr turns slightly left and becomes Cliffe St (1.7 km) 
 8. Turn left onto Mabie Ln (78 m) 

 Destination will be on the right  

 

Mabuhay kayong lahat,

FCNB Council
Filipino-Canadian CommUNITY of New Brunswick (FCNB)
Building Our CommUNITY Together
...have a MERRY CHRISTMAS and a PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR!!!

 

Our vision shall be to create a healthy Filipino immigrant community that is both self-sufficient and fully integrated within the Canadian society.

Our mission is to celebrate the diversity of Filipino heritage and culture by participating in CommUNITY activities and providing assistance to Filipinos in New Brunswick.

 


 

 

 
2013 Remote Consular Services in Nova Scotia and Newfoundland
Written by Administrator   

2013 Remote Consular Service

 

 

 

 

 

Sept 9, 2013

 

 

Kabayan,

 

 

The Philippine Embassy in Ottawa will hold a consular outreach mission in St. John's Newfoundland & Labrador on 01-02 October 2013 and in Halifax, Nova Scotia on 04-06 October 2013. Please refer to the official announcement.

 

 

Settlement and Integration Committe

Our vision shall be to create a healthy Filipino immigrant community that is both self-sufficient and fully integrated within the Canadian society.

 

Our mission is to celebrate the diversity of Filipino heritage and culture by participating in CommUNITY activities and providing assistance to Filipinos in New Brunswick.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 
7th Annual CommUNITY Family Fun Day
Written by Administrator   

FCNB - 7th Annual CommUNITY Family Fun Day

July 20, 2013

 

 

Kabayan,

 

 

This year, the CommUNITY is celebrating its 7th Annual CommUNITY Family Fun Day - it will be held on August 10, 2013, 2:00 - 7:00 PM at the Potato Research Center Picnic area.This is an annual event demonstrating the importance of family activities, celebrating the accomplishment of the CommUNITY and providing an opportunity to meet and greet everyone.

 

We will be roasting and providing the "lechon" (Filipino pig roast) on site in appreciation to everyone's continued commitment to the CommUNITY activities this year. This is also a potluck picnic and we are encouraging everybody to bring a special dish, dessert and non-alcoholic beverages to share with everyone. We are preparing games and water activities (slip 'n slide) for all, so bring sun screen lotion and extra clothes (bathing suits, towel, etc.) and share a family fun day with us.

 

 

Please RSVP to FCNB - Contact on or before August 8th to confirm your attendance.

 

 

For more information, visit us at http://www.pinoys.org or http://www.nb.filipinocommunity.ca.

 

Directions from Kings Place to the Picnic Area:

1. Head southeast on King St toward Wilmot Alley (0.4 km)

2. Turn Right at Regent St (0.1 km)

3. Turn left at Brunswick St (0.6 km)

4. Turn right at Waterloo Row (2.0 km)

5. Continue on Lincoln Rd (2.3 km), watch out for signs

Destination will be on your right (Driving Time: 5-7 min)

 

 

In case you need alternate direction, please send us an email at FCNB - Contact

 

 

Thank-you and we willll see you there!

 

 

Gina Moreno, President

Filipino-Canadian CommUNITY of New Brunswick (FCNB) Inc.

Building Our CommUNITY Together since 2004

 

 

Our vision shall be to create a healthy Filipino immigrant community that is both self-sufficient and fully integrated within the Canadian society.

 

Our mission is to celebrate the diversity of Filipino heritage and culture by participating in CommUNITY activities and providing assistance to Filipinos in New Brunswick.

 

 


 

 

 
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