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Cordillera is 4th fastest decline in GRDP:
COVID stalls CAR economic growth

From 2017 to 2019, the economy of the Cordillera has steadily increased but the pandemic in 2020 has stalled the region’s momentum resulting in the region stepping four years back in terms of gross domestic production.


A NEW DAY -- Long before the first rays of the sun pierce the morning sky in Atok, Benguet, this farmer is already at his vegetable farm with high hopes that they will soon recover from the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic. Despite the impacts of the health crisis, farmers in the highlands continue to help the government ensure food security for millions of Filipinos. -- Harley Palangchao

His assignment in Baguio has been met with criticisms on the Philippine National Police’s manner of deploying its personnel without proper coordination with local chief executives but as he leaves the city for another assignment, he will bring with him commendations and awards for a job well done.

The City Environment and Parks Management Office will not suspend the Roadside Smoke Emission Tests (RITMT) despite clamor to halt its implementation while Baguio is under general community quarantine.

 
BENECO OIC GM gets more support

Employees of the Benguet Electric Cooperative have appealed to the National Electrification Administration Board of Administrators to consider credentials such as work experiences and trainings in endorsing the next Beneco general manager.

 

The African swine fever (ASF) virus has hit the towns of Boliney, Malibcong, Daguioman, and Tineg, Abra, as biosecurity measures are being tightened in the province to prevent the spread of the virus.

 

City
ONJON NI IVADOY OFFICERS -- The new set of officers of Onjon ni Ivadoy, who will lead the group advocating for the rights and welfares of the Ibaloys from 2021 to 2023, took their oath of office before Vice Mayor Faustino Olowan at City Hall on April 26. The officers are Maximo Edwin H. Bugnay Jr. as president, Denosthenis M. Paus as vice president, Franklin E. Cocoy as treasurer, Junior C. Cosme as secretary, Marion A. Pool as auditor; Gloria Antoinette M. Hamada and Joselito B. Shontogan as information officers; Samson Amistad, Steve B. Cating, and Maren S. Macay, Veron Lutes as business managers; and Felix C. Siplat, Vicky S. Macay, Leopoldo D. Lamsis, and Hubert Caroy as cultural affairs officers.
Region
NEW ATOK MPS BUILDING -- Benguet Gov. Melchor Diclas, Rep. Eric Go Yap, and Police Regional Office-Cordillera Director B/Gen. Ronald Oliver Lee graced the opening of the new building for the Atok Municipal Police Station in Sayangan, Atok, Benguet. The municipal government has donated the lot for the building while the PRO-Cor funded its construction, which started in July 2020 and was completed last month. -- PRO-Cor photo


Health
VITAMINS FOR WOMEN WORKERS -- Mountain Province Gov. Bonifacio Lacwasan Jr. turned over P180,000 worth of Vitamin C to the women employees of the provincial government. The donation was received by Joecan Basan, focal person for gender and development for the provincial government. -- Contributed photo
Business
SESSION ROAD MARKET -- Baguio City residents purchase vegetables and other products at affordable rates every time the city government allows the conduct of the Kadiwa trade fair at Session Road. -- Redjie Cawis
Sports
DOWN BUT NOT DONE YET -- The Team Lakay camp still believes former ONE lightweight world champion Eduard Folayang will bounce back from three consecutive losses after former champion Shinya Aoki closed the book on their storied rivalry, winning their trilogy bout by first-round armbar. -- ONE photo
 

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