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Baguio City events

Farmers to protest low tobacco price

VIGAN CITY — The Solidarity of Peasant Against Exploitation (Stop Exploitation) with other tobacco farmers’ associations in the Ilocos Region and Abra in protest to the low tobacco price prepare to raise their issues and concerns with the newly appointed administrator of the National Tobacco Administration (NTA).

Baguio dads pass resolution for continuance of peace talks

BAGUIO CITY — The Baguio City council, this week, passed a resolution supporting the growing clamor for the government and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) to go back to the negotiating table and talk peace.

Cordillera women call for social justice, peace

BAGUIO CITY — Representatives of Cordillera indigenous women’s organizations under the banner of Innabuyog-Gabriela marched through the main thoroughfares here calling for social justice and peace in celebration of the International Working Women’s day on March

Special body for IPMR reaffirms Ibaloy rep’s appointment

BAGUIO CITY — A National Commission for Indigenous Peoples (NCIP) special review body for the Baguio Indigenous Peoples Mandatory Representative (IPMR) reaffirmed the appointment of the first IPMR to the City Council three months after Ibaloy, Kafagway, and Kalanguya Indigenous Cultural Communities (ICCs) made the selection.

Burburtia Krokis

1 saklaw na erya ng responsabilidad (Eng abbrev)
4 Blaise ______, bantog na sientista at matematiko
10 espesyal na yunit pang-assault ng pulis (Eng abbrev)
14 tipo ng alak na champagne (Fr > Eng)

Progressives call to enact People’s Mining Bill

BAGUIO CITY — In a press conference last March 3 given by the Cordillera Peoples’ Alliance (CPA) as part of their continuing campaign against the Mining Act of 1995 and destructive mining, and in support of Gina Lopez’s move to close erring corporate mines.

Water security symposium on March 9

BAGUIO CITY — A two-day discussion and workshop on the impacts of the water crisis in Baguio and the role of women in its solution is slated for March 9-10, at the Bishop’s Residence Compound.

Jeepney drivers, operators march against PUJ phase out

BAGUIO CITY – Almost 550 jeepney drivers, operators and members of transport groups here participated in the February 27 nationwide strike, to express their disapproval over the Department of Transportation (DOTr)’s modernization program that orders the phase-out of the Filipino jeepney.

Salubungan unites youth on education issues

BAGUIO CITY – Over a hundred and fifty students from different universities in Baguio and La Trinidad converged in People’s Park to fight for a free and nationalist education in the “Salubungan 2017: Forging Unities for Free and Nationalist Education last February 23”.