THUNDER BAY – Emma Morrison is a determined and passionate young lady. She loves to explore new opportunities, that is how she found her love for the pageant industry. She entered her first pageant- Miss North Ontario Regional Canada- in 2017, and she was crowned that years Miss North Ontario.
Her determination and hard work has paid off. The 17-year-old from Chapleau Cree First Nation is Miss Teenage Canada.
She is a truly friendly young lady, that hopes that her kindness is spread to everyone. Emma wishes to one day have a career in nursing so she can bring joy to patients. Overall, Emma is a happy go getter girl and she is ready to see what the pageant world has in store for her.
Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Deputy Grand Chief Anna Betty Achneepineskum, on behalf of the Executive Council, congratulates 17-year-old Chapleau Cree First Nation member Emma Morrison, who was crowned Miss Teenage Canada over the weekend:
“We congratulate this remarkable young woman for her accomplishments, and her family and community for encouraging and supporting her at every step along the way. It is encouraging to see youth like Emma achieve goals that they and their communities can be proud of. We strongly support and encourage all NAN youth to pursue their dreams and achieve their full potential. In addition to a career in nursing, Emma’s goal in life is to help others shine; to have the confidence to be themselves and show who they are. Earning this national title is an excellent example for other young people: that great things can happen when you aim high and work hard.”
Morrison earned the Miss Northern Ontario title in May 2017. She used her winnings from that event to enter the national competition in Toronto, where she competed against 50 contestants from across Canada. An online voting process helped select the top 20 finalists for Sunday evening’s competition.