ANNOUNCEMENT: Saturday Consular Service, 8 May 2021
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The Embassy’s Consular Section in Ottawa will be open on the following date for our monthly Saturday consular service:
Saturday, 8 May 2021, 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
We will provide passport services only (application and renewal).
All applicants must book an appointment through the following link beginning Monday, 3 May 2021, at 12:00 noon (Ottawa time):
Applicants should ensure that they bring with them complete requirements when they arrive at the Embassy for their transaction, particularly photocopies of required documents. There are no photocopying facilities inside the Embassy.
The requirements for passport application and renewal may be viewed at this page on our website:
Please note that, due to existing COVID-19 restrictions in Ontario on physical distancing and the size of the Embassy’s consular space, walk-in clients cannot be accommodated.
The wearing of face coverings/masks shall be required of all applicants inside the building.
We look forward to serving you.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
20 April 2021
Philippine Embassy in Ottawa Successfully Conducts Financial Literacy Webinar
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Officials from the OFBank and Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP), namely: Ms. Felisa Rosales (top, left), LBP Senior Remittance Officer and OF BANK Representative Officer for America/Canada/Oceania/Africa Region, and Mr. Jose Emmanuel C. Valdez (bottom, left), Assistant Vice President and Relationship Officer of OF Bank, served as resource speakers in a webinar co-organized by the Philippine Embassy in Ottawa and the Overseas Filipino (OF) Bank. The bank officials discussed practical advice in managing personal finance and savings, budgeting, and debt management, as well as guided participants in opening a digital OF Bank saving account.
Ambassador Rodolfo D. Robles Encourages Filipinos in Manitoba to Consider Entrepreneurship through Franchising
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Ambassador Rodolfo D. Robles welcomed the participants to the “Magnegosyo sa Pilipinas,” a Trabaho Negosyo Kabuhayan (TNK) webinar held last 9 April 2021. He encouraged them to consider a franchise venture either in the Philippines or Canada.
The webinar was organized by the Philippine Consulate General in Toronto and its Trade Office, with the support of the Philippine Consulate General in Manitoba.
Manitoba MLA Malaya Marcelino and Jon Reyes, Senior Trade Commissioner Maria Roseni Alvero, Consul Ronaldo Opina, and Kathryna Manalo of Potato Corner contributed significant insights on entrepreneurship and investing in a franchise venture.
An Invitation to an Online forum/webinar entitled “Labor Mobility and Human Rights: Examining Migrant Labor Governance in the Middle East in the Context of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration”
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20 April 2021, Tuesday, 4PM Manila time.
To attend the Forum, kindly register at https://bit.ly/virtualforumlabormobility
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