PGCast #1 Interview with a Filipino Restaurant Owner in Winkler

So you move to Canada and then realize that you can be a business owner? Today, I talked with Nina Pinlac-Manuguid, an immigrant from the Philippines that moved to Canada in 2009. She talks about how it is to have a business in a small city. Nina and her husband run Cucina Filipinas restaurant since … Read more

Turtle Reptile

CLOSED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS! Fossil Museum Admission for FREE during March to Morden Residents

It’s Morden’s Mosasaur March time! Great news to museum lovers especially if you are keen on dinosaurs and fossils. The star attraction in Morden is giving away free admission to all city residents, so if you haven’t visited it yet, now this is the time. The Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre (CFDC) is a great place … Read more

Exchange Student Program in Morden

Have you ever thought about allowing your child to become an exchange student in a foreign country? To be an exchange student is a very unique and unforgettable experience. It helps to develop interpersonal skills, gives independence, confidence, a new language, tolerance and above all respect towards different cultures. I was an exchange student during … Read more

Thanksgiving Storm

Thanksgiving Storm of 2019

A historic snowstorm made our first snow experience unforgettable. Since we landed in Canada, which happened last September 17th, 2019, we were eager and looking forward to seeing our very first snow. Little did we know that Manitoba would welcome us in big time! While planning was going on for the long weekend to celebrate … Read more

Pembina Valley Events

Artisans Show Off Skills in Pembina Valley Events

Local artisans have the chance to present their products to the community in Pembina Valley Events. As in most communities, small artisans just need a space and chance to show off their skills. Morden has a diverse market of vendors as explained by Gina DiClemente, the Owner/Creator of Pembina Valley Events. See below what Gina told me about … Read more