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A law student aims to win the Miss Universe crown




Winning the crown on June 11, 2016, gave her the rights to represent Canada at the 65th Miss Universe pageant, which will be held in Manila, Philippines on January 30, 2016. 

 23-year-old, Siera Bearchell, a law student, entrepreneur, runner, golfer, and avid photographer is currently in her sophomore year at the University of Saskatchewan.


Her passion in helping others and community involvement are the reasons why she pursue a degree in law. She wanted to help the most vulnerable communities throughout the globe.


Siera, has worked with the Free The Children, the Canadian Red Cross and SOS Children’s Villages charities and organizations. And because of her humanitarian causes, she was awarded as the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal, the Peter Mansbridge Youth Leadership Award, the Deloitte Inspiration Award, and the Red Cross Young Humanitarian Award.



Siera is no longer a novice in the world of pageantry, she since represented Canada in 2009 at the Miss Teen World pageant where she finished second runner-up and first runner-up in the Miss Supranational 2015 pageant.




Now she aims to bring back the glory days of Canada at the Miss Universe pageant and make her country proud once again by winning the Miss Universe crown.





*Photos were provided by the Miss Universe Canada Organization

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