Philippine Chamber of Commerce Toronto (PCCT) Induction of New Set of Officers
By Romeo Ayson Zetazate & Dindo Orbeso
June 2, 2015
Consul General Prospero urges PCCT to continue to forge ties with the business sector in Canada
Consul General Rosalita S. Prospero urged the officers. board members, and the members of the Philippine Chamber of Commerce - Toronto (PCCT) to continue to be active partners in forging ties with the business community in the City of Toronto in particular and Ontario Province in general and at the same time, strengthening and raising the bilateral economic relations between the Philippines and Canada to another level.
The board of directors are Oswald Tugadi, the immediate past president; Marsal Drilon, Joel Marilla, Gemma Mendoza, Sonny Montojo, Arthur Palaspas, and Emmanuel (Manny) Yanga.
The Philippine Chamber of Commerce Toronto is now twenty three (23) years old and the past presidents include: Winston Lim, Clemente Benedicto, Joe Zagala, Mann Nacario, Rubi Talavera, Jess Antonio, Atin Ito Publisher Eddie Lee, Monina Lim Serrano, Rafael Nebres, Cora de la Cruz, and Oswald Tugadi. (St. Jamestown News Service)*********
Reynaldo A. Juan Brampton Canada Mon 24th October 2016
Philippine Canada relations need to be strenghtened with the growing number of Canadian Filipinos and new immigrants from Philippines as independent applicants or part of family unification process Trade and cultural exchanges will mutually benefit both countries
Every year, Stichting Bayanihan celebrates the International Women’s Day in line with the mission of The United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (also known as UN Women) to advance gender equality and women empowerment.
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