Philippines

Bong Go gives aid to sick journos

Go gives aid to sick journos By Joyce Ann L. Rocamora   MANILA — Former Special Assistant to the President Christopher “Bong” Go on Thursday turned over Christmas cash gifts for sick media personnel to the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) at the Heroes Hall of Malacanang Palace in Manila. PCOO Secretary Martin Andanar personally received the … Continue reading

Alberta Securities Commission warns public about Affiliated Trade Group
Alberta

Alberta Securities Commission warns public about Affiliated Trade Group

News Release ASC warns public about Affiliated Trade Group CALGARY –– The Alberta Securities Commission (ASC) is warning Alberta investors to be cautious if solicited by Affiliated Trade Group, a purported investment claiming to have locations in Calgary, Costa Rica, Japan and Switzerland. The public should be aware that Affiliated Trade Group is not registered … Continue reading

Crews respond to Edmonton’s first major snowfall of the season; Seasonal Parking Ban to Take Effect December 4
Edmonton

Crews respond to Edmonton’s first major snowfall of the season; Seasonal Parking Ban to Take Effect December 4

Crews respond to Edmonton’s first major snowfall of the season; Seasonal Parking Ban to Take Effect December 4 PSAs: The city of Edmonton has experienced over 24 hours of continuous snowfall. To keep Edmonton moving, city crew numbers were doubled to clear snow from roads, trails, bus shelters and bike lanes since snow began to … Continue reading

Philippines

Davao City, Bataan execs forge alliance for 2019 polls

Davao City, Bataan execs forge alliance for 2019 polls By Ernie Esconde   SUBIC BAY FREEPORT (Philippines News Agency) — A regional political party from Mindanao and a provincial party from Central Luzon forged an agreement of alliance here Sunday to support 14 senatorial candidates in the May 2019 elections. The political parties are Hugpong ng Pagbabago … Continue reading

Federalism is key to responsive higher education: CHED chief
Philippines

Federalism is key to responsive higher education: CHED chief

Federalism is key to responsive higher education: CHED chiefBy Ma. Teresa Montemayor MANILA (Philippines News Agency) — Commission on Higher Education (CHED) chairman J. Prospero E. De Vera III said on Monday that federalism will make higher education more responsive to the needs of the regions. “Sa aking proposal, magiging shared responsibility ang higher education, … Continue reading