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By Dindo Orbeso & Manuel Papa
December 22, 2017


The PNB Global Remit estbalished its Seafoods City Branch at Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. on December 19, 2017.

CEO and President Manuel Arnaldo headed the PNB Remittance Company in welcoming the guests and the group of
Filipino newspapermen based in Toronto and Mississauga.

The PNB Global Remit is the Philippine Flag carrier on the ground while the Philippine Airlines is the Philippine Flag carrier
on the sky.

According to the members of the Filipino community in Canada to support the PNB Global Remit because it carries the name of the Philippines as our belovice country of origin.

In fact, because of the beauty of our country, foreign tourists are now starting to visit the coastal town of Caramoan in the province of Camarines Sur where you can find white sands and its'richness in natural resources such as forested areas and wild chickens, wild ducks, and among others.

Arnaldo has mentioned the main Office of the PNB Global Remit or the PNB Remittance Company (Canada) which is at 3050 Confederation Parkway, Unit 104, Mississauga, Ontario L5B 3Z6, Tel. (905) 897 - 9600, Fax (905) 897 - 9601, Cell (416) 897 - 6440 with Grace Barlaan, the supervisor.

Wilson branch is located at 333 Wilson Avenue, Unit 101, Toronto, Ontario, M3H 1T2, Tel. (416) 630 - 1400, Fax: Tel. (416) 630 - 1406; Email: wilson@pnb.com.ph. Maic Fontanilla, supervisor.

Sherbourne branch is at 545 Sherbourne St., Toronto, Ontario M4X 1W5, Tel. (416) 960 - 9231; Fax No. (416) 960 - 9231, Email: shebourne@pnb.com.ph.

Scarborough branch is at 3430 Sheppard Avenue East, Scarborough, Ontario MIT 3K4, Tel.No. (416) 293 - 5438, Fax,No. (416) 293 - 8758, Email: scarborough@pnb,com.ph.

The PNB Global Remit Seafoods Branch can be found at 800 Boyer Blvd., Inside the Seafoods City, Mississauga, with Grace Barlaan as the supervisor, Tel (905) 812 - 8010, Fax: (905) 812 - 8011, /email seafoodcity@pnbrcc.com. (ST. JAMESTOWN NEWS SERVICE)*********

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