PCCF PRESENTS CANDIDATES-MISS PHILIPPINES CANADA 2016 AT PRE-PAGEANT
By Fe Taduran
May 17, 2016
TORONTO, Ontario, Canada - The Miss Philippines Canada and Miss Teen Philippines Canada 2016 candidates showcased their beauty and talents during the Pre-Pageant held May 7th at the Korean Cultural Centre in Toronto. The event organized by the Philippine Canadian Charitable Foundation, made up of leader volunteers from the Filipino Canadian Community, aims to inspire excellence in young ladies of Filipino origin and to promote better understanding of the Filipino Culture, Talents, Arts, Heritage and Charity.
The bar of Miss Philippines/ Miss Teen Canada pageant has been raised. All candidates are in it to win and are having a very memorable journey. These beautiful and intelligent young ladies all want to make a difference, travel to the Philippines and help the poor.
Some ofthe candidate started out out as being shy and unassuming but have evolved with self-confidence. The talents they have shown exceptionally exceeded expectations and they have exhibited an outstanding programme choreography. Photos of some of the talents displayed are shared through this article.
The winners will receive free trips to the Philippines, amongst other prizes. They will serve as a PCCF ambassadors of goodwill in various events and activities throughout Canada and the Philippines and will have the chance to meet the community's most influential leaders, appear on TV, meet GMA PinoyTV stars, make new friends and help the poor in the Philippines, through Kapuso Foundation and ANCOP projects.
Outgoing 2015 Miss Philippines Canada 2015 is Nathalie Villegas Ramos and 2015 Miss Teen Philippines Canada is Ansha Joy Hipolito.
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