Tuesday, September 04, 2018

ROSOTRO's Les Cours Mont-Royal Fashion Show is BACK!! Join US!

ROSOTRO's Les Cours Mont-Royal Fashion Shows
BACK to SCHOOL Special, Friday, Sept. 28 at 5:15 Pm
JOIN US, Reserve your Free VIP seats

Wednesday, August 29, 2018


From the Bottom of my Heart.. Merci Beaucoup, Thank you and Maraming Salamat!   
I feel blessed to have you all! PHOTO: Ruben Mezarina

Miss Earth CANADA 2018 is Jaime Yvonne VandenBerg of Lethbridge, Alberta

Jaime Yvonne VandenBerg, 21 years old and 5ft9 of Lethbridge, Alberta the New Miss Earth CANADA 2018!!! 
First Runner Up: Maleeka Singh, Brampton, Ontario
Second runner Up: Lia Fallah, Vancouver, BC
Third Runner Up: Maria Jose Acosta, Brossard, Quebec
Miss Talent: Estela Mitton , Repentigny, Quebec
Miss Photogenic: (Tie) Mae Rikka Mae Rikka Jane Casamayor of Montreal, Quebec/Darlene Tabuga, Niagara, Ontario
Miss Congeniality: Catherine Savard, St. Hyacinthe, Quebec
Best in Swimwear; Jamie VandenBerg
Best in Long Gown: (Tie) Lia Fallah and Maleeka Singh

Monday, December 25, 2017

Happy Holidays 2017

HAPPY HOLIDAYS from Miss Earth CANADA Organization!

Wednesday, October 04, 2017

Miss Earth CANADA 2017 in ACTION!!

Our very own Miss Earth CANDA 2017 Jacqueline Juntilla Marsh visiting Schoolchildren of Libertad Elementary School, in the Philippines. Go CANADA Go! 

Friday, September 08, 2017

ECO Message from MEC17 Jacqueline Marsh

Line drying laundry conserves energy and depletion of fossil fuels. 
Air-drying clothes can reduce the average home’s carbon footprint by about 2400 pounds a year!
In the summer months, there is no excuse not to let your linen dry the natural way!
It is more environmentally friendly and gives your clothes a fresh smell

Gardening with MEC17 Jacqueline Marsh

To Plant A Garden is To Believe in Tomorrow''
Gardening your own fruits and vegetables help the planet for a variety of reasons. The first reason being that commercial production of crops produces large amounts of pollutions and releases numerous pesticides into the air. And growing plants in your backyard means fewer vehicles transporting groceries, which in turn means less air pollution.

ECO Message from MEC17 Jacqueline Marsh

If you can't tell what I'm looking at this photo, I'm actually staring at a tiny bee amongst the flowers. Bees are essential to the human food supply, so what can we do to protect them? Let's start by planting bee friendly flowers and flowering herbs in your garden, don't use chemicals and pesticides to treat your garden, and buy local raw honey.