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Calling all Filipinos and of Filipino-descent in Edmonton! Your voice matters!

Join us in our groundbreaking cultural mapping project and become a part of history.

By participating in our survey, you'll help us create a comprehensive map of Filipino culture in our city, showcasing the richness and diversity of our heritage. This project is about preserving our legacy, building community, empowering our voices and sharing our stories.

So, what are you waiting for? Take a few minutes to share your story and be a part of something truly special.

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Are you a Filipino-Canadian artist in Edmonton about exploring cultural connections through art? We want to hear from you! Submit your original artworks for our upcoming exhibit, 'Contemplating the Tapestry of Filipino-Canadian Connections.' Explore themes of migration, identity, and belonging. Send your submissions to by April 15, 2024. Let's celebrate our diverse heritage together!

A project for May Asian Heritage Month and June Philippine Heritage Month. In partnership with the Philippine Consulate General Calgary.

This dance video premiered for May Asian Heritage Month with CanAsian Arts Network, and is being shared publicly for June Philippine Heritage Month.

This dance piece is set to the Filipino lullaby “Ugoy ng Duyan” (In the Rocking of the Cradle) by Philippine National Artist Lucio San Pedro, conveying the warmth and security of a mother’s embrace. The piece evokes the soothing comfort of maternal love, inviting one to bask in the nostalgia of one’s own memories. It is a celebration of the power of love and the enduring connection between mother and child, offering a moment of respite from the chaos of the world and a reminder of the solace that can be found in the refuge of love.


Public release:  June 2021

Premiered: February 20-28, 2021

Paglalayag: the Philippines to Canada Journey chronicles the stories of migration, and the lives of Filipinos in Alberta.

Paglalayag is the Filipino word for voyage or journey. This documentary relates the stories of Filipinos: those who arrived in the 1960s: the teachers; nurses; caregivers; temporary foreign workers; the contributions and achievements; and the importance of heritage with Filipino-Canadians.

This video project is presented with the support of the Canadian Heritage, Government of Canada and Alberta Ministry of Culture, MultiCulturalism and Status of Women.

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