Emily Singh Crowned Miss West Indian Canadian

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On October 20th, 2019, Miss West Indian Canadian, organized by Julie Rambali, held its 10th annual pageant.

The pageant was held at the Toronto Grand Convention Centre and featured the top 10 delegates of 38 applicants. The winner of this historical event for West Indians is Emily Singh.

Emily is of Guyanese heritage and was sponsored by Adana homes. She is in her second-year of Journalism at Ryerson University and is also pursing a double minor in Criminology in English. Emily hopes to work in broadcast in the near future on CP24. She also enjoys acting, dancing and public speaking.

For her talent she danced to Dhoom Tana and Aja Nachle, a strong Bollywood medley that had the crowd going wild.

In evening gown portion, she modelled an emerald green, mermaid gown. Her speech which blew the judges away was about her platform: underprivileged children in Guyana. Emily is determined to make a difference. She is still overwhelmed by her win and the outpouring of love and support but she says she plans to make the most of her year beginning with her platform.

“My platform is underprivileged children in Guyana. I have visited Guyana many times and I have witnessed the justice facing children. Being able to give back to Guyana is very important to me because I feel as though poverty in Guyana is overlooked. Children do not have programs like we do here. So in my year of reign I plan to implement programs that will help children in Guyana have a more positive future,” said Singh.

Emily is of Guyanese heritage and was sponsored by Adana homes. She is in her second-year of Journalism at Ryerson University and is also pursing a double minor in Criminology in English. Emily hopes to work in broadcast in the near future on CP24. She also enjoys acting, dancing and public speaking.

For her talent she danced to Dhoom Tana and Aja Nachle, a strong Bollywood medley that had the crowd going wild.

In evening gown portion, she modelled an emerald green, mermaid gown. Her speech which blew the judges away was about her platform: underprivileged children in Guyana. Emily is determined to make a difference. She is still overwhelmed by her win and the outpouring of love and support but she says she plans to make the most of her year beginning with her platform.

“My platform is underprivileged children in Guyana. I have visited Guyana many times and I have witnessed the justice facing children. Being able to give back to Guyana is very important to me because I feel as though poverty in Guyana is overlooked. Children do not have programs like we do here. So in my year of reign I plan to implement programs that will help children in Guyana have a more positive future,” said Singh.

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