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First Indigenous woman crowned Miss World Canada

  Emma Morrison of Chapleau Cree First Nation was crowned Miss World Canada this weekend. (Photo provided) By Amanda Rabski-McColl  Local Journalism Initiative Reporter The journey to become the first Indigenous woman named Miss World Canada has been an interesting one for Emma Morrison. “It’s such a surreal moment in my life right now, I’m so shocked, but so, so happy,” said Morrison about the days since she was crowned. She has previously been crowned Miss Northern Ontario 2017 and she was the first Indigenous Miss Teenage Canada in 2017. She had taken some time away from pageantry to pursue her education, but after her graduation, she jumped back in. “What better time to reintroduce myself to the pageant spotlight?” Morrison, who is from the Chapleau Cree First Nation, wants

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