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10821 23 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta T6J 7B5

Serving & Giving Back to the Filipino Canadian Community Since 2000

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This started as a grocery store in 2000 and will continue to promote products of the Philippines and otherfood ingredients Filipinos may need. The real tradition of Filipinos starts from home with their ancestral recipes, newly found modern or fusion of Western and native ideas. Second, this store is one of the many venues where Filipinos meet to see what is new in the market, popular products to pride themselves about their culture, and most importantly to discuss matters that concerns home – the Philippines. The conversations are diverse and emotional usually poured toward accomplishments, calamities, social and political issues, current events that may directly or indirectly affect their hearts, homes, and families here in Canada and the Philippines.
 
3J’s presence will take part and will help support networkgroups organizing relief drive and community works for the Filipino and Canadian communities. We support local charities, concerts, sportsfestsand other events themed on improving camaraderie and good relationship among citizens here in Alberta.
 
For as long as our valued customers and God’s answer to our prayers to be in business for long, 3J will involved itself with Filipino charities. 3J Variety Store Ltd is always going forward.
 

Philippine Typhoon Relief Drive
Date: November 16, 2013

EDMONTONIANS RESPOND TO DEATH TOLL AND HUNGER IN THE PHILIPPINES

 

For Immediate Release

Edmonton, November 15, 2013

Background:

 

On November 8, 2013 (Friday), The Philippines was struck by Super Typhoon Haiyan which left majority of the Visayan population homeless and hungry. Worst was the rising death toll, missing lives and unburied bodies piling up waiting for burial...



Donations Desperately Needed for THE PHILIPPINES FLOOD DRIVE (HELPING CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY)
Date: February 21, 2012

For Immediate Release

Edmonton-February 21, 2012

Background:
On December 16, 2011 Cagayan de Oro City and Iligan City, Philippines were struck by typhoon "Sendong" (international name Washi) bringing torrential rain which flooded the city of 553,996 people (2007 census). The typhoon brought over 180 mm of rainfall in 24 hours...