The year-old girl originally from High River, but now living in Lloydminster competed against 13 other girls from around Canada for the crown from Aug. There, she had to compete in evening gown, bathing suit, high fashion, talent and a question and answer session. She once again did a terrific job to impress the judges and won and now Miss Teen Alberta and Miss Teen Canada Petite is on the National Roster and will travel next July for her international pageant at Miss Universal Petite, which will be held in Florida. One of her strengths that helped her win is her confidence and she has been asked by a teacher in Lloydminster to come and speak to his class about confidence.
Sign up now for local breaking news alerts Subscribe. The teen is careful to mention the competition is not based on factors that are commonly part of pageants. Kohan entered the competition on a platform of encouraging more education on learning disabilities. A similar theme continues through one of the charities she supports, the Learning Disability Association of Canada. She credits education and tools she's learned with helping her overcome the learning disability at school and in her day-to-day life. Kohan is on the cusp of some major milestones, she's about to start high school, and now she'll have to balance her school work with the duties that come with her new title.
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Fifteen-year-old Molly Burke was crowned Miss Teen Canada International Saturday night, becoming the first person with a disability to hold the coveted position. Story continues below. The pageant, Burke noted, gave her an opportunity to not only raise awareness for the foundation, but allowed her to show that having a disability is not a barrier to achievement. I have a learning disability.