We say no to the “4 in 4 out” revolving door policy!

Statement prepared by SIKLAB National (Advance and Uphold the Struggles of Filipino Canadian Workers)
April 22, 2015

Toronto, ON— The enactment of the “4 in 4 out” rule this past April 1st, affecting tens of thousands of workers under the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP), is a telling message exposing the Canadian Government’s intensifying attacks on […]

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We reject fear! Junk Bill C-51

April 11, 2015
Congress of Progressive Filipino Canadians (CPFC)
National Statement
Toronto – Insulted and angry – these are the feelings that many Canadians have following expeditious attempts of the Conservative majority to pass Bill C-51 through parliament without any opposition or serious criticism. Dubbed the “Anti-Terrorism” Bill, Harper and his cabinet have made the case that the […]

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Celebrating our gains: paving our future for genuine women’s liberation

NAPWC Statement
March 8, 2015
The National Alliance of Philippine Women in Canada (NAPWC) celebrates International Women’s Day in honour of all working class women around the world who fought and continue to fight for women’s equality, genuine development, and human rights. This legacy of resistance embodies women’s heightened militancy and strong resolve in building a […]

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Progressive Filipino Canadian students stand in solidarity with CUPE 3902 & 3903 as strikes continue

March 11, 2015
For immediate release
Toronto,ON–The Filipino Canadian Youth Alliance/Ugnayan ng Kabataang Pilipino sa Canada – Ontario (FCYA/UKPC-ON) stand in solidarity with the teaching assistants, contractual and part-time instructors of University of Toronto (U of T) and York University currently on legal strike. After bargaining for wage increase, job security, and workers’ benefits, the Canadian […]

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Regressive rebranding of the Live-in Caregiver Program consolidates the neoliberal agenda for temporary, cheap, vulnerable, and disposable labour

National Alliance of Philippine Women Canada National Statement
December 4, 2014
Toronto, ON—With the Federal Government’s announcement of the recent changes to the Live-in Caregiver Program (LCP), the National Alliance of Philippine Women in Canada (NAPWC) continue to challenge the inherently violent and abusive mechanisms of the program that, at the very core, has remained to […]

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Call to end systemic racism and police brutality! Stop the criminalization of Black and racialized youth

Statement from Ugnayan ng Kabataang Pilipino sa Canada/Filipino Canadian Youth Alliance
December 3, 2014
Toronto, ON–Progressive Filipino Canadian youth condemn the Ferguson grand jury’s decision of Michael Brown’s case against Darren Wilson. Three months after the fatal shooting of Michael Brown, the grand jury announced that police officer Darren Wilson will not face any criminal liability. We […]

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End the systemic and countless disappearances in Mexico: The face of state terrorism and corruption

Solidarity Statement for the 43 Ayotzinapa students and the Mexican People
December 2, 2014
Toronto, ON – The Filipino Canadian Youth Alliance of Ontario stands in solidarity with the missing 43 Ayotzinapa students and the mass protesters condemning the murderous repression, corruption and state violence inflicted on the Mexican people by government officials and their criminal […]

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Kaisa Ka: How many Jennifers and Nicoles More?

Press Statement by Kaisa Ka
October 15, 2014
Contact: Proleta Gomez# 09323827014
On the 426 approved joint military activities

            How many Jennifers and Nicoles More?         […]

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Registration Now Open: National Consultative Forum on LGBTQ

Event Announcement
September 14, 2014
The Philippine Women Centre of B.C. (PWC-BC) will be hosting a two-day LGBTQ national consultative forum on October 24th, and 25th, 2014 at the Simon Fraser University’s Harbour Centre in Vancouver. A first in the Filipino Canadian community, the forum aims to bring out and openly discuss the ongoing issues and […]

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Progressive Filipino Canadians to hold two sessions at upcoming People’s Social Forum

August 19, 2014
The Congress of Progressive Filipino Canadians and member organizations will be holding two workshop sessions at the upcoming People’s Social Forum being held in Ottawa, Ontario from August 21-24. Details are listed below. The full program schedule and map can be found here.

Community-based arts & culture: A tool for social change

Filipino Canadian Youth Alliance/ […]

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