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The Philippines is comprised of 7,100 islands with 80 provinces and 170 different dialects. It is a small country, rich in natural beauty and the welcoming smiles of its people. No matter what time of year, visitors to our country will come across at least one of hundreds of festivals being celebrated in the Philippines. Each region in the Philippines has its own unique and colorful way of celebrating their distinct regional culture in yearly festivals. This rich cultural diversity among our Filipino people as well as our heartwarming hospitality is what we aim to showcase and share with others in our new home we call Winnipeg, Manitoba.

The move to downtown Winnipeg for the 2016 Manitoba Filipino Street festival proved to be a good decision for the festival, as it saw upwards of 16000 in attendance, with over 60 associations and groups setting up booths, tents and participating in the longest ever street parade in 5 the year history of the festival. As in previous years, we will be hosting several pre-festival events. Our annual Tiangge ng Bayan (community market and entertainment) will be bigger and better this year, as it will coincide with the celebration of the Philippine Independence Day Celebration on June 10, 2017. As well, the 5th year of the Queen of the Festival pageant will be happening on July 9, 2017.

This year’s festival will be on August 26, 2017 downtown on Broadway Avenue and Memorial Boulevard. The parade will start at 9am and the whole day festivities will continue until 10 pm. We are planning a feast for all your senses. Come and join our Manitoba Filipino Street Festival & Parade as we celebrate and share our rich culture with you!

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Board of Directors

Standing (l-r): Jun Isla, Ester Camuyong, Manny Trawon, Rody Capistrano, Jun Oquendo, Orlando Sanchez, Marc Tumolva, Ley Navarro, and Freddie Sion. Seated (l-r): Anna Maceda, Aida Champagne, Jaina Antazo, Rowena Oquendo, Vicky Tumolva




Prize: $1000.00

BIBAK Association

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Best Decorative Tent

1st Place $1000.00 = BIBAK Association
2nd Place #500.00 = Alpha Phi Omega (APO)
3rd Place Winner= AIM (Association of Ilocano in Manitoba)

Best Cultural Attire

Prize: $500.00 AKLAN Association of Manitoba

Best Cultural Dance

Prize: $500.00 AKLAN Association of Manitoba

Best Decorated carts, strollers, bike, wheel chairs

1st Place $200.00 – BIBAK Association
2nd Place $100.00 AIM (Association of Ilocanoin MB)

Best Decorated Umbrellas

2 Winners of $100.00 each
BIBAK Association AIM – Association of Ilocano in MB

Pinoy Photographers of Winnipeg - Winners (Photo Conteest)

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Category: Best Photo
Jhayson Paredes

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Category: Best Candid Shot
Robert Castro III

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Category: Most Colorful Shot
Von Louie Cruz

Video Clip Winner
Jhayson Paredes

Click below to see photos from MFSF 2017

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MFSF Parade Set 1

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MFSF Parade Set 2

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MFSF Parade Set 3

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Presenting Sponsor
TFC Canada

Gold Sponsor
4L Communications Inc. - Telus

Silver Sponsor
Bell MTS
Jim Pattison Subaru Winnipeg

Bronze Sponsor
Frontier Toyota
McPhillips Nissan
McPhillips Toyota
Aurora at North Point

LA Collections
Selkirk Chrysler
Pizza Pizza

Vickar Automotove Group
Money Mart
Casinos of Winnipeg
Save on foods

Crown Honda McPhillips
Lady's choice


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Filipino Journal
Pilipino Express
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Pinoy Photographers of Winnipeg
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