Edmonton’s first ‘Pinoy Market’ promotes Fil-Canadian businesses
Edmonton, Alberta’s first “Pinoy Market” was held last July 15-16 to promote Filipino-owned businesses in the city.
Food trucks and stalls of food and dry goods vendors and professional services joined the event at 124 Street & 108 Ave. hosted by the Philippine Business Society of Alberta.
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Edmonton City Councilor Karen Principe and legislative Assembly Member Brandon Lunty attended the opening.
Up 65,000 Filipinos reside in Edmonton, one of the fastest growing communities in Canada.
PBSA represents Filipino Canadian businesses and entrepreneurs in Alberta and helps entrepreneurs through networking, skills-sharing and accurate dissemination of information.