Q&A with the 2013 Miss West Indian Canadian, born and raised in Trinidad on October 15, 1983. She’s the eldest in her family with 1 sister, and loving parents. She currently resides in Oakville, Ontario. After Winning the Miss West Indian Canadian Pageant last year, what kind of impact did it have on your everyday life? Winning the Miss West Indian Canadian .
Q&A with the 2012 Miss West Indian Canadian of Guyanese and Trinidadian decent born on September 7, 1988. Having accomplished so much and being the eldest in her family with 4 siblings, she’s definitely their #1 role model. After Winning the Miss West Indian Canadian Pageant last year, what kind of impact did it have on your everyday life? After winning the .
By Shameela Shaheed The Miss West Indian Canadian 2011, Devi Teluckdharry, accomplished, “One for the family”, when she took home the second annual crown on October 31, 2011 at Pearson Convention Center. Born into a family with two older pageant winning sisters, it's no surprise that this confident 23 year old captured the judge's top scores. “I don't usually have insecurities. My .
By David Singh Ria Da Costa’s life changed when she won the Miss West Indian Canadian Pageant in 2010. However, that triumph almost never came to be for the young beauty. "Honestly, I think it was fate at hand," says Da Costa, whose parents hail from Trinidad. “There was a limited time to apply for the pageant and I hadn’t heard about it, .