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Baguio City events

Assembly builds unity for IPMR

BAGUIO CITY – On the theme, “Boses Ni Karakdan En Onong” (The Voice of the People Is Supreme Law) an assembly of indigenous peoples in the City resolved to strengthen their ranks to fight for their right to representation to the Baguio City Council.

Student Regent, USC lead UP student summit

BAGUIO CITY — To raise the concerns of the students, Ma. Shari Niña Oliquino of the Office of the Student Regent (OSR) and the University Student Council (USC) spearheaded the UP Baguio Student Summit at Abraham Sarmiento Hall in the University of the Philippines Baguio, Sept. 26.

Students protest tyranny and state fascism

BAGUIO CITY — Students continue to condemn state-perpetrated violence as various student groups clamored against tyranny 26th of October. Tens of students from University of the Philippines Baguio and St. Louis University unite with the call to fight against state fascism at the UPB Canteen at noon.

Makan a la Pinoy: Ensalada a paria

Napait ngem nabaknang iti phytonutrients kas ti dietrary fiber, mineral, bitamina ken anti-oxidants. Maaw-awagan a plant insulin a mangpababa ti blood sugar lever iti type-2 diabetes.

As The Bamboos Sway: Quashing the NPA. Again?

“What we want by the end of 2018 is to wipe out the CPP-NPA in the entire Philippines ….” This was uttered in October 17, 2017 by General Eduardo Ano, the incumbent Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines. He was referring to quashing the Communist Party of the Philippines and its New People’s Army.

Drivers speak up on jeepney phaseout

BAGUIO CITY — The proposed PUV modernization plan of the Duterte government has been widely denounced by jeepney drivers and operators nationwide. This has been marked by a two-day transport strike in Metro Manila and other cities.

Metro Baguio opposes impending fare hike

BAGUIO CITY — Drivers and commuters alike are worried about a possible fare hike due to the government’s transport modernization plan that would result to the phase out of majority of public utility jeepneys.

NCIP director inhibits from Baguio IPMR issue

BAGUIO CITY — The regional director of the National Commission on Indigenous People (NCIP) here, raised the resolution of the indigenous peoples mandatory representative (IPMR) for Baguio City to the NCIP central office.

Multi-purpose building to replace structures at BIBAK lot

BAGUIO CITY — A six-storey multi-purpose building will soon rise within the 5,000 square meter Benguet-Ifugao-Bontoc-Apayao-Kalinga (BIBAK) lot along Harrison Road here after some 50 structures inside the lot were finally dismantled on October 18.

Editorial: Operators, drivers, commuters unite

Why would the Filipino’s very own King of the Road take to the streets? Last week the militant organization of public utility vehicles (PUVs) declared a nationwide strike against the recently revised government proposal for transport modernization.

Baguio progressives gear for IP month

BAGUIO CITY — Progressive groups in the city are set to celebrate October as the National Indigenous Peoples (IP) month in a two-day activity at the Avong Ibaloi Heritage Park here.