Miss Teen Canada (www.missteenagecanada.com) began about 25 years ago, with a team built with experience in the entertainment business, they have diverse backgrounds in areas including acting, modelling, dance, and theatre production. They promote/allow girls across Canada to show the world her own kind of beautiful. To me this can presented through a variety of ways such as culture, disabilities, their unique platforms, or even just the beautiful hearts they have. I think to be Miss Teen Canada (www.missteenagecanada.com) you have to display several qualities that make you beautiful. They can vary from the simplicity of your heart to the beauty you show on the outside. I hope that I display these qualities. Anyhow, Miss Teenage Canada (www.missteenagecanada.com) was formally known as Miss Teen Canada- World (www.missteenagecanada.com). Previous title holders of Miss Teenage Canada (www.missteenagecanada.com) vary in age from 16-18 years old, so there is no fixed age. Requirements to enter Miss Teenage Canada (www.missteenagecanada.com) are very relaxed, there are no height restrictions, contestants must be between the ages of 13-19 years old, and there is no experience necessary.
The Original Miss Teen Canada Pageant that our parents remember was called Miss Teenage Canada for the first three years (1969 to 1971). They then renamed it to Miss Teen Canada in 1972. The pageants were always held in Toronto, Ontario. After the 1990 pageant it was discontinued due to financial concerns. This pageant was based off of your personality and beauty in Canada for women aged 14 to 17. The pageant was sponsored by A&W Drive-Ins therefore the event could be televised on CTV. The former ‘Miss Teen Canada‘ doesn’t exist anymore, but there are competitions with the title Miss Teen Canada, such as this one www.missteenagecanada.com. Ever since watching Miss USA, I have always dreamed of earning the title Miss Teen Canada or even Miss Canada. It is something a girl should dream of, you basically are the princess of your country. The feeling of having people look up to you gives me shivers up my spine, I want to be a good role model, and being in this pageant, Miss Teenage Canada www.missteenagecanada.com, (which just so happens to be the largest pageant in CANADA) has given me the characteristics needed to be a great role model. In just under a week, I will be experiencing Miss Teenage Canada www.missteenagecanada.com, with at least 70 girls from all across Canada. if you would like to apply for the pageant be sure to check out the link www.missteenagecanada.com/become-mtcw/apply-now and also be sure to like the facebook page https://www.facebook.com/MissTeenageCanada. This is the largest Teen Competition (http://www.missteenagecanada.com/about-mtcw/company-profile) in Canada and is Owned by MTC-W Inc. and Produced by Michelle Weswaldi (http://www.missteenagecanada.com/about-mtcw/meet-the-team)
With this pageant, girls raise money for a fundraiser called Free The Children www.freethechildren.com . This fundraiser allows under privileged children to be able to attend schools where needed in third world countries. As free the children company said “There are no magic bullets to end poverty. But there are plenty of great silver bullets that, together, can get the job done.” I’m blessed to have been able to help these children, which couldn’t have been completed if I didn’t have the support from my community, friends, and family.
If I were to win the title Miss Teenage Canada www.missteenagecanada.com, I would attend as many fundraising events for a variety of things, such as food bank donations, animal shelters, even the local homeless shelter. I’d be sure to get as many individuals to donate to many programs such as our Womens Outreach program here in Red Deer. With being Miss Teenage Canada www.missteenagecanada.com I would make sure to maintain a positive body image, by staying fit, eating healthy and setting myself up with good morals. I want to be able to have a little kid come up to me and tell me that s/he wants to be like me when they grow up, I want to be a positive influence on younger individuals. If I have time, I’d try to attend college by putting my earnings towards getting a degree in Nuclear Medicine, which is a two year program held at S.A.I.T. in Calgary. That is what I would do with my title.
A successful person is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks that others throw at him or her. ~David Brinkley
Miss Teenage Red Deer 2014