On March 23, 2013, a lovely spring day in Richmond, British Columbia, the Writers International Network Canada (WIN) held its Second Annual Literary Festival and Dr. Asha Bhargava Memorial Awards Celebrations to acknowledge and honor some of Canada’s Best writers, poets, volunteers and artists.
So many writers, poets and artists strive very hard for recognition but it never comes their way. They never receive the honor they deserve. That’s why an organization like “Writers International Network (WIN) Canada” was founded to discover, nourish and recognize writers and artists to inspire them to keep on working hard. Some of the objectives of WIN are - foster talent through award and recognition, encourage cultural activities to inspire arts, creativity and volunteerism, inspire people by touching minds and hearts and promote mutual respect and peaceful coexistence.
WIN - Writers International Network Canada is founded by Ashok Bhargava to discover, nourish, recognize, celebrate and promote writers and assist them to connect with other writers.
This year WIN celebrates the Philippines by hosting Sampaguita Line Dancers of Multicultural Helping House Society and Kathara Dance Group of Babette Santos to honor Ellen Taleon, a poet and artist from Alberta, and Lila Shahani, an outspoken writer and a Parliament under secretary from the Philippines. Ms Mable Elmore MLA from Vancouver Kensington has been requested to preside over the award ceremony. Charlene Sayo is one of the MCs that day.
OTTAWA, CANADA --- Scarborough, Ontario resident George R. Poblete, received the Queen's Sovereign Medal for Volunteers from the Right Honourable Governor General David Johnston, during a formal presentation ceremony made at the Rideau Hall at 1 Sussex Drive in Ottawa, on April 24, 2017. (in photo: Queen’s Sovereign Medal for Volunteers awardee George R. Poblete(left) with Right Honourable Governor General...
Coron, Palawan – The “Sleeping Giant” of Palawan looms large over the islands of Coron. Atop the elevated Mt. Batyas an estimated 1,500 steps uphill climb and downhill descent combined, the islands of Coron are visible.
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