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Local beauty vying to win Miss Universe title Update

Sunday, April 14, 2013   by: Kate AdamsLocal beauty Rebecca Conlin would like to thank everyone who voted for her for the People's Choice Award for the Miss Universe Canada pageant she was in on Saturday.

She says thanks to you she won the People's Choice Award.

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Local beauty Rebecca Conlin is vying to win the right to represent Canada at the Miss Universe Contest.

Conlin, 21, from Powassan is a competing as a contestant for the Greater Toronto Area, where she now resides.

She can use your support to put her in the running as the people's choice winner.

To cast your vote for her Click Here.

Everyone can vote 5 times per day per IP address.

A little bit about Rebbeca:


Rebecca Conlin is a Barter Trade Broker in Toronto, Ontario. Hailing from the small Northern town of Powassan, Ontario, Rebecca moved to the Big City at the tender age of 17 to embrace new challenges and make a name for herself in the Business world.

Rebecca feels very passionately about overcoming the inequality struggles that women still face to this day, and strives to encourage her peers to re-evaluate their views on Feminism. Rebecca sees true Feminism as acknowledging her rights not only as a woman, but as a human being. She understands that true equality means that regardless of gender everyone deserves to work hard and build the kind of life they want to live.

As a Canadian Citizen Rebecca truly values her rights to these kinds of freedoms. Working relentlessly, she has begun a good life for herself and could not imagine doing so anywhere but in Toronto.

A few of Rebecca’s hobbies include reading, staying fit with yoga and pilates, and long-boarding!

Rebecca believes in living life to the fullest, finding pleasure in the little things, and making beautiful memories out of every moment. She exudes positivity and confidence, and strives to brighten the day of all of those that come in contact with her.
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