It’s been a while since my last blog post, so I thought I would write an update about what’s been going on in my life!

About a two months ago, I got my official pageant photos taken by the brilliant Jodi O! She kindly sponsored a photo session, and I absolutely loved how the photos turned out! She was so sweet and passionate about her work which certainly made me feel confident and beautiful. I have also been getting some other pretty awesome donations from my sponsors! I’m holding a silent auction in June,and the generosity from places like Denny’sHome Depot and Ranchlands Dental are really helping to make this all possible

Another exciting thing going on is that I’ve been getting more into modelling! I’ve had a strong interest in modelling since I was about 12 years old, but I was encouraged to wait until I was older. Now that I am 18, so many possibilities are opening up, and I’m so excited to see where this all leads me! A few weeks ago, I did a shoot with Tony Chan, a brilliant photographer who contacted me after being the photographer at our provincial pageant. We planned a photo session together and the photos turned out amazing.
Now most recently, this past Saturday I had an amazing experience in Airdrie at Chinook Winds Park! I’ll start this off with a little back story. I submitted an article to my community newsletter and was very honoured to have it published. Following this newsletter, I received emails from different members of my community wishing me the best of luck in my journey to the Miss Teenage Canada pageant, and how their children, or grandchildren had participated in pageants years ago just like the one I was in. One message in particular stood out to me the most. It was from a lady named Jayne. Jayne has been helping her
daughter fundraise for months so that they could fly to Ecuador to help build a school with the Free the Children or WE charity. We met at our local Starbucks so that we could get to know each other prior to the event. Jayne was genuinely one of the sweetest people I have ever met! She gave me some great fundraising ideas, and shared her experience with the charity and with WEDay. They held their last fundraiser on Saturday and invited me to come out and participate as well as to get my title out there and promote my platform of self-acceptance and empowerment. It was amazing to see so many people come together to raise money for such a great cause! I am so thankful to have such an incredible community support me on my way to Toronto!

That’s all for now! ‘Till next time


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Today I made my first appearance as Miss Teenage North Calgary 2017, and let me tell you, it was probably the most adorable appearance I’ll make. I spent the afternoon at my old elementary and junior high school visiting with a 1st and 5th grade class! This was the first time since crowning that I had gone out in my sash and crown, and it was amazing. When I attended this school, I was in the library every lunch period helping our librarian with anything I could. So when I was thinking of things I could do with my sash and crown, the first thing that came to mind was to throw it back to junior high and help out in the library again! I called the librarian and we made plans for me to come and read to a first grade class in the afternoon the following day. I was talking to my family about what I would be doing at dinner that night, and my youngest brother asked me to come and visit with his class, so he could show everyone that “the sister who had hip surgery was now a princess.” I thought it was a great idea, and could hardly wait to get started!

The following afternoon, I was sitting in the office while waiting for the grade one students, and I got the chance to talk to some of the teachers about what I was doing. It was so fun being able to talk about my platform and how I won my title!  Eventually, it was time for me to go begin. I walked in the library, smiling and waving at all the little kids who were looking, and picked books called Frog on a log and Knuffle Bunny. The little girls in the library continued to watch me as I talked with the librarian and the teacher who taught me when I was in grade one, who was coincidentally the teacher of the kids I would be reading to! I was introduced as “Princess Emily”. They all listened and giggled as I read, and afterwards we had about fifteen minutes for me to answer their questions. I got the classic “What’s your favourite colour?”, and more regarding favourites, including what my favourite princess dress is, and what my favourite thing to do as a princess was. Of course I told them it was reading to them. When I told them my favourite colour is blue, about half of the students eagerly raised their hand to tell me that their favourite colour was blue too. My favourite question I received from their class was if I lived in a castle, it was so cute! At the end of their library time, the librarian took a group picture, and they all hugged me goodbye. One boy shouted “Princess Emily you’re really pretty!” and after thanking him he giggled with all his friends.

My next stop was my brothers 5th grade class. I talked to them about my platform, and bullying, as well as the pageant itself and how I got my title. Most questions I received were regarding how much money I make for being a princess, and how to become Miss Canada (the student who asked that was teased and corrected by his friends because “It’s Miss TEENAGE Canada”). They were eager to know how I became Miss Teenage North Calgary, and why I chose to enter this pageant. It was great to be able to work my platform into the answer, explaining how I wanted others to know that they are still capable of amazing things despite the differences and setbacks that they might have.

All in all, it was a great first appearance, and I’m so happy I got to make those kids day. I look forward to all my events to come, and all the opportunities I’m going to have to change lives.

Keep on shining,


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Hey there! Miss Teenage North Calgary at your service. I’m so excited to begin this journey towards Miss Teenage Canada all while representing my city!

To begin, here is a little bit about myself.

I grew up in the beautiful city of Calgary, Alberta. I spent a lot of my childhood creating, whether through painting, writing short stories, or even making up songs on my piano. My love of music grew through highschool, as I joined a marching band and learned to play the French Horn, Tuba and Marimba. My marching band took me all over Canada, and in 2015, we were given the privilege of being a part of the Canada Day show in Ottawa on Parliament Hill! Just before I began my final year of high school, I was re-diagnosed with a condition I was born with called ‘bilateral hip dysplasia’, and was unable to play my Tuba unless I was in a wheelchair. With the support of my teachers and fellow band members, I was able to complete every performance. I participated in the “Pit” section for field shows (the section of the marching band that
is positioned at the front) and played things such as marimbas, bass drums, and yes, the cowbell. Hip dysplasia meant that my hip sockets never really formed properly and with the constant marching it began to cause me severe pain. In 2016 I underwent two surgeries to reconstruct both my hips. My most recent surgery was just 4 short months ago, and it’s incredible to see how much I was able to accomplish in such a small amount of time! Since my crowning, when I’m not planning fundraisers and signing up for volunteering opportunities, I spend a lot of my time learning new things. Whether learning how to knit a pair of slippers, or learning sign language, even learning all about the surgery that fixed my hips (which is called a ‘periacetabular osteotomy’, and I think that’s super cool). I can always find something that will hold my curiosity. My experience with the surgeries inspired my future career goal of becoming a Paediatric Occupational Therapist. My goal is to help children through very difficult times and to give them a chance while making a difference in their everyday life.

Standing on the stage at the provincial pageant among so many other incredible teens was an experience that will be hard to forget. Hearing my name during crowning made the whole experience even better! I was so proud of all of the girls who went home with a crown that night, but I was also incredibly proud of all the girls who didn’t. Some of the sweetest girls I met that weekend didn’t win a title, but they carried themselves the entire weekend with confidence and elegance. We all walked through those big ballroom doors on Saturday morning with various levels of experience. Some of us, like myself, had no idea of what to expect, and others had years of pageant experience under their belt. During rehearsal there was never a dull moment. The weekend was filled with laughter, excitement and lots of learning. When the 2016 titleholders walked in, we were in awe. They watched our routines while we practiced and gave us pointers following each run, and gave words of encouragement right before we walked on stage! Their support definitely made a difference and I am so thankful for everything they did.

One of my goals between crowning and Nationals is to partner with the Alberta Children’s Hospital. Through my childhood I spent a lot of time there for various reasons, and I want to give back and support the children who are spending a lot of their time there. Through volunteering at the Children’s Hospital, I will also be able to promote my platform! I strongly believe that everyone has a purpose, and that we are all worthy of love and being able to accept ourselves. I want todays youth to grow up knowing that they are capable of amazing things, and to help them reach their full potential. In the meantime, I have quite a few appearances lined up, and I will be posting more about them as they get closer. Be sure to check back frequently for updates!

Yours Truly,

Emily, Miss Teenage North Calgary 2017!




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Hello again my lovelies!


This will be my final blog post as Miss Teen North Calgary 2016. Oh, where did the year go! It seems like just yesterday that I was walking across the stage of Miss Teenage Canada.  In the short span of a week, I came back with a Top 20 placement, Miss Teen Talent, a full scholarship to Top Model Search Canada 2017, 54 new best friends, and some amazing memories.


Top 20! Can you find me?



Your Miss Teen Talent 2016!



I am very proud to say that I raised over 1000$ for Free The Children and Fort McMurray wildfire relief over the course of my reign.  Thank you to everyone who contributed as little as a dollar to help me reach that goal, i truly appreciate it. It has been a pleasure for me to be able to contribute to these causes, and I hope to do more work like this in the future.

There are so many other wonderful things I experienced this year as a titleholder, I don’t even think I could put them all into words. So here are a few pictures from my favourite ones!






Alberta Girls at MTC!


The night I was crowned!

On March 11-12 I will be going back to the Alberta provincial pageant to meet a new round of delegates, some of which will have the pleasure of competing in Miss Teenage Canada! A message to all future titleholders: Be strong, confident, embrace your flaws, and believe in yourself.  As a titleholder, you can reach out to people on a higher platform. Use it! Raise awareness, make your issues known, create the change to see in the world. There will be times where you will feel down and exhausted, but difficult roads lead to beautiful destinations.  I am always open to lend a listening ear or a helping hand. Feel free to ask me any questions you may have, through direct message on Instagram. My handle is @rachelbutler1. 🙂


photo by Jessica Pechet 🙂



So what’s next? Right now I am focusing on school and sports, but am also exploring the world of modelling! It has been great fun and an incredible experience so far, and am eager to see where it takes me!

I would like to close off by saying thank you. Thank you to my family, friends, sponsors, supporters, Michelle, Christi, and the rest of the MTC-W crew. Without them, none of this would have ever been possible. Thank you all for your continuous support.  💕

Bye for now,


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2016 Search for Miss Teenage Canada has officially begun!

As Day 2 at Miss Teenage Canada is coming to a close, it’s time for me to update you all! It’s been absolutely amazing so far, and there’s definitely going to be more great memories to come!


Selfie with new friends!

Early Sunday morning, I boarded the flight to Toronto from Calgary  with several pageant sisters from the area. We arrived in warm, sunny Toronto shortly before 2:00, and met up with a Chaperone, more pageant girls, and Sarah, Miss Teenage Canada 2015. We quickly ran (well, as quickly as a girl can run in 4 inch heels, dragging two suitcases and an evening gown) to catch the Hotel Shuttle. I’m pretty sure we beat the record for the amount of luggage that was able to be shoved into that tiny shuttle!


Jordyn and I!

Upon arrival at the hotel, we went up to the Holliday Inn’s Conference Room, where we then met the other delegates from across Canada! We then got assigned our roommates, and room numbers. I was paired with Jordyn, Miss Teenage Brandon 2016 (Manitoba). We get along very well, I am so happy I was paired with such a sweet, kind-hearted roomie!

After we were finished unpacking, we came back at 7:00pm to the attend the Welcome Party for the 2016 Search for Miss Teenage Canada, where we also met many of our sponsors! I had so much fun tasting gourmet walnut chocolates, trying my hand at mini golf, checking out the archers bow, and more! We finished off the night with a golf competition, pizza, and cake! Right now I would like to take a minute to thank our amazing sponsors for the 2016 Miss Teenage Canada Competition! We’ll be visiting many of these places later in the week, stay tuned for more blog posts to come about that!


At the Party!

Sweets Canada

Sweets Canada logo - new 2016My sweet tooth brought me here first, but it was the exquisite chocolates that got me to stay! This Canadian Retailer is known for its specialized chocolates that are unique from the majority of others on the market. IMG_0601Gourmet Chocolates, Edible Flower Chocolates, and Q’Bites are just some of their best selling products.  Wait what, did you say EDIBLE FLOWER CHOCOLATE BARS???!! I got to try the Matcha Green Jasmine Petals Dark Chocolate Bar.  Take it from me, it was SO GOOD. It was the perfect blend of dark chocolate, Matcha Green tea and real Jasmine flower petals. Sam Dhutia, CEO of Q Foods Canada, the parent company of Sweets Canada, was at the party doing chocolate tastings. I enjoyed a very informative and delicious chocolate tasting exhibit –  I strongly encourage you to check out the many other tasty flavours at the website linked above and for more info on these cool treats!

Sweets Canada is on Twitter @SweetsCanadaCA and so is their parent company Q Foods Canada which tweets from @QFoodsCanada

Archer Dental

archer dental logo With all the yummy chocolate I’m going to be eating, there has to be a way to keep my teeth looking and feeling pearly white and clean!Luckily, there were many high quality Oral B traveler’s toothbrushes specially monogrammed from Archer Dental because they care about our oral hygiene when we’re away from home competing for a crown. Thank you Archer Dental!



At Nuvango Headquarters!

After visiting the chocolates, my eyes were immediately drawn to the colourful shirts and leggings at the Nuvango table. It was like they were calling my name! This Canadian brand is a closet must-have. A few days ago, we toured the Nuvango Headquarters, right here in Toronto.  I really enjoyed it, I learned so much about the clothing and design industry!

#nuvango #nuvangostyle

V.P.I. Canada

VPI Canada logoNext I picked up my free pair of designer sunglasses from V.P.I. Canada. There were so many killer designs to choose from, it was hard to only choose one!IMG_0793

I found my pair of Pearl Brown Clubmaster Sunglasses for sale online for $28   plus shipping and handling. Thanks VPI Canada, I love them!

Rimmel London

RIMMEL LondonRimmel London provided a surplus of products for the girls’ welcome bags. They set up a make-up station with lots of extras. A lot of fun happened here throughout the evening. Find the team on Instagram & Twitter: @rimmelllondoncan, and on Facebook:


social media ggregator hashtagioHashtagio is a Social Media Aggregator and User Generated Marketing Platform that was at the show collecting the masses of pictures we took tagged with the #MissTeenageCanada2016, and then projecting it live at the party!  They also made a single feed URL to which our parents and friends can subscribe to follow along in real time as we experience all the different activities here in Toronto,to make things simple, easy and efficient.  So if you want to be first to know what we’ve been up to, Hastagio has you covered!

Sally Hansen

Sally HansenCan a girl love anything more than clothes and makeup? The answer is yes! Sally Hansen provided products for gift bags and handed out products at a make-up station at the welcome party. Thank you Sally Hansen!

Instagram & Twitter: @sallyhansenca

Golden Glamour GoddessesIMG_0693

Thank you GGG for sponsoring us ladies with a body butter that helps preserve spray tans!

Bradlee Ryall Golf Academy

Another super fun exhibit at the Opening Night Sponsors’ Party was from Bradlee Ryall Golf Academy which teaches golf lessons at six golf courses west of Toronto. Here at the party there was a live mini golf attraction set up for us to practice our putting. I’ve only played golf a couple times wen I was younger, so it came as quite a surprise when I hit my ball super close to the hole! Maybe all that practice on the Wii is finally paying off 😉  We’ll be going there later this week for golf lessons, I am so excited!



Archers Arena


Archers Arena logo At the party there was a bow and arrow (with a giant marshmallow on the pointy end) and we all took turns trying to hitIMG_0789
a paper target that was setup in the ballroom.  We’ll be playing Archery Tag at Archers Arena very soon. Look on the hashtag #archerytag for some cool pics!

Instagram and Twitter: @archersarena

 Bata Shoe Museum


Shaquille’s size 22 shoes!

Bata Shoe MuseumOn Tuesday, we visited the Bata Shoe Museum! I learned so much about the evolutionary footwear trends from around the world, and saw many pieces unique to that museum only, including a prototype of the Basketball Player Shaquille O’ Neal’s Timberlands!

Twitter: @batashoemuseum  #batashoemuseum


Fish’d By EDO


Sushi Burritos!



After finishing #thefitbodyproject workout, I was starving! Luckily, Fish’d by Edo brought us a lunch that was both yummy AND nutritious. Thank you!


Instagram/Twitter/Facebook: @fishdbyedo


Yogen Fruz

Yogen Fruz logo

Yogen Fruz gave us each $15 coupons that were included in the Miss Teenage Canada 2016 gift set.

Storia PR Inc.

Storia PR

Daphna and Karen Nussbaum from Storia PR in Toronto are going to be a part of the 2016 Search for Miss Teenage Canada experience and will be retweeting and amplifying much of the media we make, everywhere we go. Thank you ladies, your work is very much appreciated!

These are all of our wonderful sponsors for 2016 Miss Teenage Canada! I want to say a big thank you on behalf of all delegates for your generous sponsorship!




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As you may have already guessed by the title, today’s post is dedicated to my sponsors and supporters! I am insanely grateful for all their support. So now, I present to you my wonderful sponsors for Miss Teenage Canada!IMG_0940

Ethos Bridal –  Thank you so much Jaime from Ethos Bridal for sponsoring me not one, but two dresses for nationals! I feel just like a  princess wearing them, can’t wait to rock them on the Miss Teenage Canada

Jim Ross – I owe a big thank you to Jim for believing in me and financially sponsoring me right from the start. Jim is a dealing representative at Raintree Financial Solutions, and is definitely an expert in his field.

Beach Beauty Bar – I’m admiring my gorgeous nails right as I type this now! Thank you to Allison Cullen, from Beach BeautyIMG_0545 Bar for getting me pampered for Nationals by sponsoring me a mani/pedi, waxing, and facial.

XY Studios Photography – Thank you to Xu Yong, from XY Studios Photography, for sponsoring me 2 photoshoots for MTC.

Meital Studios – Thanks to Meital, owner of Meital Studios, for sponsoring me my first shoot as a titleholder!

Perfect Alterations – Thank you so much to Ms. Khalili, for altering my 2 dresses so they fit just right. 🙂

Dentrix Dental – Thank you Dr. Soliman from Dentrix Dental for sponsoring me teeth whitening trays.

Mainstream Music – Thank you to Paul Bagley, my music theory teacher, for sponsoring me financially.

Skylar Valkenberg and Sarah Stephanie Francis – Big thanks to these ladies for doing my hair and makeup for my photoshoot!

Teri-Ann Begin Real Estate- Thank you Teri-Ann for sponsoring me financially for this trip.

Neveen Dominic Cosmetics – Thank you for sponsoring the makeup used at the photoshoot.


Thank you also to all my raffle donors:

  • Maple Country North Hill
  • Great Clips Crowfoot
  • Danias Down
  • Step Ahead Footwear and Shoe Repair
  • Suzanne’s
  • Ma’ats
  • Pet Valu
  • Fresh Blended Coffee and Sandwich Bar
  • Baby&Me
  • Varsity Pizza and Subs
  • Paros Souvla
  • Panago Pizza
  • Crave Cupcakes
  • Lazyboy Furniture
  • Boston Pizza
  • Mr. Charenec Hair
  • Diva Salon and Spa
  • Tick Tock Clocks
  • Sutra Brush

And last, but not least, I owe a big thank you to my parents. Without them, I would;t be whee I am today, and I am so grateful for their support in all that I do. 🙂

P.S: Miss Teenage Canada starts in less than 24 hours!!!!!! Better get some beauty sleep before getting up bright and early to catch my flight! (actually dark and early, I’ll be up before the sun lol) 😉

Sweet Dreams!






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This morning I IMG_2200braved the cold and rain to volunteer at the YMCA Calgary Stampede Breakfast! I got up bright and early to arrive there at 7:00 this morning. Although the weather hasn’t been so good these past weeks in Calgary, lots of people still came, which was great!


It’s Spiderman!

I painted everything from Pikachus to Butterflies to Spidermans. I am a naturally artistic person, so this task was really fun and enjoyable for me too.  Its feels so great to see the delight etched on kids face’s when they walk away with a face painted. But do you know what’s the best part? Being able to throw paint on people’s faces without getting in trouble.;)

At the end of the Breakfast, it started POURING rain. It was literally raining cats and dogs (The girl who’s face I was painting wanted a dalmation dog. Unfortunately, because of the rain, the paint started running uncontrollably, and the dog turned out looking more like a ghost).

Remember to vote for me for People’s Choice Award! Voting starts July 17. 🙂





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Hello everyone! The generous people at Sign Sources Solutions in Toronto have kindly donated a roll up banner for the Miss Teenage Canada competition! So as a result, this year’s Miss Teenage Canada delegates have been challenged to create an eye-catching, creative, design for the new banner! Naturally, being a very artistic and creative person, I was super excited to take on this challenge, and put 120% effort into creating the perfect new banner for Miss Teenage Canada. Ready to see?

Drumroll please….


MTC Rachel’s Banner PDF

(I had to make it as a pdf because I couldn’t find another suitable banner making software lol)


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Original Logo

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My logo!

For this one, I decided to go with simplistic and neat. I changed up the colour of the logo, to match the colour of everything else. However, I stayed true to the font and design of the original MTC logo. I also included the Miss Teenage Canada Website and Facebook Page, for people who are interested in knowing more. 🙂

By the way Miss Teenage Canada is in 2 DAYS!!!! Be sure to follow me on my Facebook and Instagram for posts and updates!



Rachel 💖

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Hello Everyone, today I am excited to share with you my platform! A platform is something an individual is very passionate about, and chooses to spend their time and dedication to help address. My goal is to reduce the negative assumptions about people with special needs/disabilities, and help them find acceptance and belonging in the world. In other words, finding the abilities in people with disabilities.


With Simon and Victoria

I chose this as my platform because my younger brother has ADHD and high-functioning autism. He has an extremely high prescription eyepiece lenses, finds it hard to express his emotions, and doesn’t like it when the schedule changes. He’s also a very picky eater, has a very sensitive sense of smell, and has difficulty concentrating.


Simon can memorize chunks and chunks in only minutes, his brain is like a sponge! When he was 7, he memorized Matthew Chapter 5-9 from the Bible in 3 days. He is also extremely gifted, the psychologist administrating the test said that he was the smartest boy she had ever tested! He is naturally curious, and always wants to learn more about the world around him, how things work, why things are the way they are. He is a very creative thinker, always thinking outside the box. Simon doesn’t judge or make friends based on who has the coolest clothes, or who is the best at sports. He’ll just love you for who you are. Though he may not express it through words, you can see it through his actions and behaviour, and we love him too, for who he is.

‘” A disability is usually defined in terms of what is missing… But autism… is as much about what is abundant as what is missing…”

-Paul Collins

The words ‘autism’, ‘down syndrome’, or ‘dyslexia’ tell nothing about someone’s potential. No one’s merit should be judged only by the way their muscles move, or how much they can learn, or if they look the same way everyone else does, or communicate in a way that’s normal.

Often, society looks at people with disabilities and only see the challenges.  But sometimes, special needs is another way of saying special abilities. Deeper research shows that many of the world’s most genius thinkers had disabilities, for example, Albert Einstein and Thomas Edison. If he were born today, Einstien would probably be diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome. Thomas Edison was diagnosed with dyslexia as a child, and would probably be diagnosed with ADHD if he were living today. In fact, Edison’s mom even had to take her son out of school and homeschool him, because the teacher said he was ‘addled’.

One of my most inspirational personal role models is a man by the name of Nick Vujicic. Nick is a Christian evangelist with a rare disability called Phocomelia, which is the absence of arms and legs. As a child, he struggled mentally and physically, as well as emotionally, but today he is known as one of the world’s leading evangelists, and is well known for his powerful speaking.

So far, I have done several things to help with my platform, including:

  • Planning the ILRCC charity disability fashion show.
  • Volunteer Coach for the 2016-2017 ski season at CADS Calgary.
  • Presenting to group of children about my platform and the Acceptance Project.
  • In the process of publishing my book about Special Needs children, to use for the Acceptance Project Presentation

I decided to merge my platform, which is accepting people with special needs/disabilities for who they are, along with the themes of self-confidence and acceptance of others into one big theme of Acceptance.  I created the Acceptance Project based off these 3 main ideas; Acceptance of yourself, Acceptance of others, and Acceptance of people with special needs/disabilities. The world would be a much better place if everyone is accepted for being who they are, not harassed for being different. We are fortunate to live in a world full of people that are different from each other in all sorts of ways. Further education helping us to understand ourselves, our family members, our peers and people around us will create greater acceptance and respect, and that’s why I created The Acceptance Project.

IMG_2179Today, I presented to the children at the City of Calgary summer camp about my platform and the Acceptance Project. The children there were all between the ages of 6-12. I read several books to them about being friends with kids that have special needs, and about what being special needs means. They were all very attentive listeners and so funny and cute, one girl even greeted me with “Hi Queen Elizabeth!”. I found it very hard not to laugh at that one.IMG_2171

If I were to be crowned Miss Teenage Canada, I would continue further with my work on the Acceptance Project. I would go around and present it to different schools and classes.  When my book is published, I will bring that to use at my presentations, as well as the 2 books I am currently using now.

I hope you learned a bit about my platform! Bye for now,


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