Bilingual Filipino-English Book Tour in Winnipeg and Toronto

The University of the Philippines Alumni Association Edmonton, through its founding president Mila Bongco, donated children's books to various schools and organizations in Winnipeg and Toronto. Mila, an award-winning Edmonton writer, respected artist, and community leader, completed a bilingual Filipino-English book tour in the two cities on September 26 - October 6, 2019. She met … Continue reading Bilingual Filipino-English Book Tour in Winnipeg and Toronto

UPAAE bagged the BEST PARADE CONTINGENT award at the Fourth Edmonton Filipino Fiesta!

UPAAE bagged the BEST PARADE CONTINGENT award at the Fourth Edmonton Filipino Fiesta! UPAA Edmonton members, families, friends, and program participants marched with pride as the organization showed its strength and creativity through dancing Higantes figures portraying the Filipino family, colorful carabao heads highlighting three Filipino festivals - the Sinulog, the Panagbenga and the Pintados festivals, … Continue reading UPAAE bagged the BEST PARADE CONTINGENT award at the Fourth Edmonton Filipino Fiesta!

June is Philippine Heritage Month in Alberta

JUN 2, 2018 — On Friday June 1, 2018, the office of Deputy Premier Sarah Hoffman announced that Premier Rachel Notley and Lieutenant Governor Lois Mitchell have signed the proclamation making the month of June as Philippine Heritage Month in perpetuity. This proclamation means that Philippine Heritage Month will be celebrated automatically every June, year … Continue reading June is Philippine Heritage Month in Alberta

Mila Philipzig, Karilagan Dance Society’s 2018 Hiyas awardee for Communication Arts

Mila Philipzig (left) with Ida Beltran-Lucila (middle), last year's awardee for Performing Arts. Both ladies are UPAAE members, with Mila as the previous president of the organization from its recognition in 2013. The lovely lady on the right is Bethany Briones, awardee for Education. The awards ceremony was held last April 7th at the Radisson … Continue reading Mila Philipzig, Karilagan Dance Society’s 2018 Hiyas awardee for Communication Arts