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Address700 West Pender, Suite 1405
Vancouver, BC V6C1G8
Phonelocal: (604) 685.1619
international: +1.604.685.1619
Faxlocal: (604) 685.9945
international: +1.604.685.9945
Web sitehttp://www.vancouverpcg.net/

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Fri, 29 Jul 2011 04:33 EDT
Passport renewal
President Aquino,and all concern...can you help us building up a system that will work easily both for you abd our kababayans going to vancouver to renew a passport is just a stupid thing a filipino can do wasting time,money and effort
Sat, 23 Jul 2011 10:48 EDT
i hope sana magkarron ulit nang outreach program about passporting. i agree sa sinabi nila na it cost alot. time and money. dito sa alberta dami na population nang mga pinoy. kung i compute natin maraming resources ang nawala instead na makakatulong financial sa pinas. statistically almost 4oo people from aberta who went to calgary to apply for a renewal in a month. hope sana magkaroon ulit nang out reach program passporting dito sa alberta. spicifically in red deer also.
Sam Marten
Fri, 22 Jul 2011 00:54 EDT
Sana po walang palakasan hayaan po ninyo maghintay ang mga tao sa kani kanilang schedule kung kailan nila makukuha ang kanilang passport.Hope maging fair po kayo sa lahat.salamat
Sun, 10 Jul 2011 15:57 EDT
ano ba namang sistema yan...alm nyo ba kung magakno ang presyo ng pamsahe pra makupnta ng vancouver pra lang magpa-renew? almost 21k sa pera natin, ang halaga ng passport eh wla pang 100 CAD.. kelangan naming gipitin ang pamilya namin pra lang ilaan ang ganung pera sa pag-renew ng passport.. isipin nyo kung gaano kalaking pera yang nawawala sa pamilya namin dahil sa tinanggal nyo pong program.. kahit yan nalang ang tulong ng government ng pilinas sa mga contract workers sa canada..
Allan V.
Mon, 20 Jun 2011 22:21 EDT
Passport Renewal
Oo nga po presidente Aquino sana pwede na rin dito sa alberta magrenew ng passport kasi mahirap pumunta sa Vancouver tsaka kailangan magpa-appointment pa tapos liliban pa sa trabho.
Tue, 5 Oct 2010 00:22 EDT
passport application
President Aquino, 'ang laki ng Canada', since mayroon naman consul ang big cities like Edmonton and Calgary dito sa Alberta pakibalik naman yung dating palakad ng pag appy ng passport dahil kung kailanga pang personal na pumunta ang applicant sa Vancouver it is a waste of time and money. Besides ano ang ginagawa ng bagong technology? Tingnan mo ang Canadian pwede by mail lang basta may guarantor at complete ang requirements.
Prescy Cacdac
Tue, 28 Sep 2010 08:38 EDT
Clothing Donations to the Philippine Disaster Area in 2009
We are a group of concerned Christians in Calgary , who had volunteered in the used clothing drive, and able to send the total of 274 boxes that we designated for the Philippine Disaster Areas Region 1 and sorrounding communities. With the help and sponsorship of OLQP CANADA Foundation Inc, who has paid for the shipping costs to Focus Canada Forwaders here in Calgary who later abandoned our donated boxes and all other OFW and migrants boxes sent to the Philippines for the period from Sept to January 2010. We are seeking your assistance with the Bureau of Customs, Manila South Harbour Port. I strongly feel that our rights as donors are not being heard , despite of our appeal that we are not financially capable in paying the hefty fees to the Bureau of Customs .Our shipping costs, storage and dumrrage costs have been prepaid here in Calgary.
Please help us as we continue to be stay strong ,vigilant and mindful of what the government responsiilities to its people.

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