Tuesday, December 14, 2010

INTRODUCING: Mr. Michael Robert Filion, Provincial Director for Miss Earth Ontatio 2011

Born and raised in Cochrane, Ontario, Michael now lives in Toronto and is employed with the Hudson Bay Company with the Loss Prevention team. Michael has over twenty-five years of pageant experience serving on various committees in Northern Ontario and Toronto. Michael is also a certified pageant judge and has also assisted young ladies with their preparations for Miss North Ontario Regional Pageant as well as Miss World Canada, Miss Earth Canada and Miss Universe Canada. Michael will join the Miss Earth Canada team as the Ontario Director for 2011.

In Michael’s spare time, he enjoys ten pin bowling, listening to music and cheering on his Montreal Canadiens. In December of 2009, Michael was able to fulfill a lifetime dream of carrying the Olympic Torch when it was on its way through Ontario with its final destination Vancouver for the 2010 Olympic Winter Games.

For more info regarding Miss Earth Ontario, please visit http://missearthontario.com/

Saturday, November 27, 2010


Miss Earth CANADA 2009 Finalist Ashlea Moor of Lethbridge Alberta was chosen to represent Canada at the Bride of the World International Competition in Singapore. Congrats Ashlea and have Fun!

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Miss Earth CANADA -Miss Earth Activities: Press Presentation, Gala Dinner and in Ao Dai!

--Nov. 10- Press Presentation - all beauty queen will attend the first official press conference at the White Palace (City) and participate in charity towards Central Vietnam flood victims. A group of people will participate in the auction the gifts they bring to Vietnam to raise funds for charity.

--Nov. 11 - Gala Dinner at 6pm will be broadcasted LIVE on VTV3 and HTV7 (Ho Chi Minh City Television).

Monday, November 08, 2010

MEC 10 National Costume by Theatrix

Theatrix Costume House is the proud sponsor of Miss Earth CANADA's National Costume (Ice Princess theme) at the Miss Earth 2010 Pageant.
Thanks to Owner Gina Anki and Mark Manthei.
Visit their website at www.theatrixcostumehouse.com/

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Delsey Canada courtesy of Samboro Luggage Corp. is the Official Luggage of MEC10

Breaking News: Delsey Canada of Samboro is the Official Luggage of Miss Earth CANADA 2010. Visit their website at www.samboro.ca/Delsey/index.html

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Trees are more important than most people think

Trees benefit our lives in many ways.
They provide products for building materials; provide food to eat (i.e., fruit and nuts); provide products for medicinal remedies; provide for visual enjoyment and emotional relaxation.
However, trees also provide an almost endless list of environmental benefits, some of which are very important for our survival and well-being.
No matter how many tress you can plant, you are making a difference. Each and every trees planted contributes to cleaner air; reduce energy consumption; protection of soil and water supplies and reduced noise levels.
Some of the ways that offer these benefits are as follows:
*AIR- Trees produce oxygen while absorbing carbon dioxide. Leaves on trees will filter out airborne pollutants and trap particles.
*SOIL- Although it takes time, decomposing leaves and needles provide nutrients for the soil. Strong tree roots hold soil in place thus reducing the chances of erosion and the associated sediments from entering water courses and bodies of water.
*WATER- Trees can help to slow water run-off, thereby reducing the chances of flooding and ensuring that ground-water supplies are contnually replenished.
*NOISE- trees can be very effective in reducing noise levels and intensity. In general, each 100-foot width of trees can absorb approximately 6-12 decibels of noise.
*ENERGY COST- Evergreen trees, properly planted in yards, will acts as a windbreaks and subsequently insulators for homes, both during the cold winter and hot summer seasons.
*AESTHETICS- Trees form an important part of any property landscaping plan, and beside adding variety, will also increase the property's value. Proper varieties of trees can also be planted to screen unsightly areas.
*SURVIVAL and ENJOYMENT- Trees are used by birds and small animals for protection from predators; nesting and food storage. We are often able to watch this throughout the year, thereby leading to a greater appreciation of nature and our environment.

THANKS to N.R. Sajatovic for this article.

NOW let's all hug a tree!!

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

eCause at Miss Earth CANADA 2010

eCause Canada was one of the Official Sponsors of The Miss Earth Canada Pageant that took place in Montreal on August 28. Providing gifts for the eco conscious ladies and a workshop on the - The Top 5 Simple Ways to Improve Your Health and Benefit the Environment.
Thanks to Joyce Shanks.