home language: We still speak Tagalog at home because they should still look after their roots, Michelle Silvestre said, according to CTV. Almost three years ago, Silvestre and her family left the Philippines for life in Canada. But his mother, Michelle Silvestre, hopes Quentin will learn the song in his home language too. Friends already in the country suggested the Silvestre's move to prairies. Saskatchewan's small communities and economic opportunities are a draw for the thousands of Filipino immigrants who've moved to Saskatchewan, according to Minister of Immigration and Career Training Jeremy Harrison. They recommended living in Regina because it's quiet and peaceful, and there's a lot of job opportunities, Silvestre said. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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