Every scar you have, define who you truly are. You are a survivor.

Even though you have lost everything in life, since you are alive, it means there’s hope. You still have hope. Just keep believing and moving forward. Be strong because things will get better.

It may be stormy now but it never rains forever. Let go of your fear and chase after your dreams. Never give up in life and be brave.You may feel lost and alone. But God knows where you are and has a good plan for your future.

Hold on to your dreams, don’t let it go and don’t give up.You’re stronger than you seem, braver than you believe, and smarter than you think.Where there is light there is hope. Anything is possible When you believe in yourself.Live for what tomorrow has to offer and not for what yesterday took away. Be strong, be fearless, be beautiful. And believe that anything is possible.

 

See beyond your imagination.Don’t be afraid of falling. You will rise again.When you choose hope, anything is possible. Whatever you’re feeling, whatever you’re going through. Never give up in your dreams.Your past is just a story. And when you realise it. It has no power over you. Every moment is a fresh beginning. You are a survivor.

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Life is full of surprises, that’s why you should live and enjoy your life, no matter what comes in your way. Your past doesn’t define you, I remember when I was is Uganda. I was told that I can not be Miss Uganda because I was an immigrant, But when I reach Canada I was told a different story. Here in Canada everyone has the same right no matter where you are from. Even though you are an immigrant, in Canada you can still have the same value and you can be what you want. Being an immigrant cannot stop you. It was at that moment,  I realise that I  am not what happened to me. I am what I choose to become. I have recently been crowned Miss Prince Albert World 2020. I will be representing Saskatchewan at Miss World Canada 2020 in Toronto, ON beauty pageant this November 1st. I am grateful for this great opportunity that is offered to me that I have the privilege to represent Prince Albert and our beautiful province of Saskatchewan at the National Miss World Canada Beauty Pageant 2020 in Toronto, ON. I am willing to encourage immigrants and youths to believe in themselves so that they can pursue and fulfil their goal and dream. I am having the privilege and honour of supporting various non-profit organisations.

May every immigrant who witnessed this moment Forever Believe in the power of her dream and to be selected as Miss Prince Albert World 2020 is both an honour and a responsibility. If I were to be Miss World Canada 2020, I will use my voice to encourage the youth and raise awareness of human injustice/ human right.

 

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One of the most rewarding and amazing aspects of being a beauty pageant contestant is having the privilege and honor of supporting various non-profit organizations. This year, the Children’s Wish Foundation is the charity of choice that Miss World Canada delegates are fundraising for all across the nation. The Children’s Wish Foundation works with communities across Canada to provide children with life-threatening illnesses the opportunity to realize their most heartfelt wish. By creating unique, meaningful experiences, Children’s Wish enhances the quality of life for these courageous children and their families.

As part of my fundraising journey for the Children’s Wish Foundation, I have been collecting bottles from various businesses, organizations, and homes in Prince Albert. I want to offer a sincere thank you to those who have donated their bottles and given monetary donations to help bring joy to children in need and respite to their families!

Yours Truly,

Natasha Tabuchi

Miss Central Saskatchewan

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What a wonderful pleasure it was to interview Nicole Rancourt this past week. Even amidst elections, she took the time out of her busy schedule to meet with me and share her heart for the city of Prince Albert. What I love about Nicole is her drive and tenacity to represent women in authority and leadership. She’s not afraid to take a stand, raise her voice, and address issues that need to be resolved.

Nicole is a registered social worker, who worked for the Prince Albert Parkland Health Region prior to getting involved in politics. Not only is she a current member of the legislative assembly in Saskatchewan for the NDP party, but she is also a prominent public figure who devotes much of her spare time to volunteering within her community!

Just a friendly reminder to make sure you vote, because your vote truly makes a difference within your communities! You can watch the full interview by clicking this link below.

Natasha Tabuchi's Interview with MLA Nicole Rancourt

What a wonderful pleasure it was to interview Nicole Rancourt this past week. Even amidst elections, she took the time out of her busy schedule to meet with me and share her heart for the city of Prince Albert. What I love about Nicole is her drive and tenacity to represent women in authority and leadership. She’s not afraid to take a stand, raise her voice, and address issues that need to be resolved. Nicole is a registered social worker, who worked for the Prince Albert Parkland Health Region prior to getting involved in politics. Not only is she a current member of the legislative assembly in Saskatchewan for the NDP party, but she is also a prominent public figure who devotes much of her spare time to volunteering within her community! Just a friendly reminder to make sure you vote, because your vote truly makes a difference within your communities! Yours Truly, Natasha TabuchiMiss Central Saskatchewan#MWC2020

Geplaatst door Miss Saskatchewan World op Donderdag 15 oktober 2020

Yours Truly,

Natasha Tabuchi

Miss Central Saskatchewan

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Feeling gratitude and not expressing it, is like wrapping a gift and not giving it!

Today I give thanks for…

~A beautiful supportive family that is always there for me no matter what

~A church where I can freely express myself in worship & practice my faith

~Pastors who genuinely care about my well-being & mental health

~A God who covers me with his grace and mercy every morning

~Friends who are real, open, honest, and speak the truth in love

~The opportunity to represent my city & province of Saskatchewan at the upcoming Miss World Canada National Pageant

Today is just a beautiful reminder that we should be thankful every day! Make a conscious effort to not only be grateful but express it to someone you’re close to and watch the impact it will have. I find that when I intentionally purpose in my heart to be thankful, not only does the atmosphere around me change, but so does my mood, emotions, and perspective of life.

I will give thanks to you, Lord, with all my heart; I will tell of all your wonderful deeds. Psalm 9:1

Yours Truly,

Natasha Tabuchi

Miss Central Saskatchewan

 

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The countdown is on and the excitement is building! 19 more days until the Miss World Canada Pageant begins! There has been a lot of work and preparation that has gone into making this dream a reality. A huge thank you goes out to all those who have supported me along my journey. Your kind and positive words of encouragement have been so uplifting during this time! You can follow my journey by keeping in touch via Facebook and Instagram!

As to all my pageant sisters, I cannot wait to meet you in November! I know we will make the most of our experience even while facing a global pandemic! You all have such genuine hearts to help others, and I love your tenacity to keep pursuing equality, truth, and justice for those in need.

Remember to…BE KIND. BE BEAUTIFUL. BE AUTHENTIC.

Yours truly,

Natasha Tabuchi

Miss Central Saskatchewan

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This past summer I had the wonderful privilege of partnering with Prince Albert Grand Council and The Saskatchewan Health Authority to volunteer and help feed the homeless within my city of Prince Albert. Not only did I have the opportunity to work alongside kindred spirited individuals who had a desire to help others, but I was also humbled by the gratitude and appreciation of those who were accessing the resources. I will be forever grateful for this experience as I was reminded of how truly fortunate I am, and how there are many who do not have the same advantages as myself and others. My eyes were opened to see how many were suffering and didn’t have access to nutritious food, adequate shelter, and proper clothing. Often times, I feel as though it’s easy to become stuck in an isolated routine and disregard the harsh reality of the homeless & underprivileged within our cities. For this reason, I believe it’s so important to practice self-reflection on a consistent basis, and rather than casting judgment or criticism on others and their circumstances, learn how to be part of the answer!

Yours Truly,

Natasha Tabuchi

Miss Central Saskatchewan

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My life is full of struggle . since I was a baby. My mother said that the doctor said that we were not going to make it, we will died  but God save us, that is why my parents name my twin sister Gracia that mean by the grace of God we were born  and I Laeticia that mean  that we brought joy and happiness  (French La Joie). When I was 3 years-old my father was poisoned and died. His family took everything from us. That is how my life turn round from rich family to poor one.We had nobody in our side. My mother taught us how to survive and to be independent at the young age. She always said that we should never give up in life, everything was going to be OK that we should be brave and archive our dreams no matter what. That gave me hope.  I knew that one day I was going to archive my dream. Even thought  I did not have time  to go to a  training or to play around like a normal girl. After school  I had to work. But I never give up in my dream.

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My name is Laeticia Mwayuma, I have recently been crowned Miss Prince Albert World 2020. I will be representing Saskatchewan at Miss World Canada 2020 in Toronto, ON beauty pageant, on the 1st of November to the 7th. I am grateful for this great opportunity that is offered to me that I have the privilege to represent Prince Albert and our beautiful province of Saskatchewan at the National Miss World Canada Beauty Pageant 2020 in Toronto, ON. I am willing to encourage immigrants and youths to believe in themselves so that they can pursue and fulfil their goal and dream.

And to give them hope,  inspire them to never give up in life. even though they may have lost everything in life, since they are alive, it means there is hope. They still have hope….They have  to keep believing and moving forward.

 

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This summer, I’ve focused on some volunteer work to better my community. I have been volunteering with various organizations over the years, but I wanted to make sure that my experiences this year would revolve around local organizations and my Beauty with a Purpose project. I personally believe that giving back to others who need help can make all the difference in the world. My experiences have allowed me to develop professional relationships and connect with various community members, learn new skills, and take on challenges I have never encountered before!

This year, I had the privilege of volunteering with the Prince Albert Grand Council (PAGC), who were distributing various care packages across the community to those in need. PAGC is a First Nations organization consisting of numerous reserves; their goal is to be a unified voice to address various concerns that First Nations individuals encounter on a day to day basis. When the COVID pandemic hit home, many people were caught off guard leaving many seniors and families lacking basic necessities. The care packages that we delivered to multiple homes in the Prince Albert area included meals, groceries, and basic toiletries. My heart was filled with joy as I was able to see the impact a simple act of kindness made in other people’s lives. A huge thank you goes out to PAGC for allowing me to partner with them for this experience.

For more pictures and to follow my journey… visit https://www.instagram.com/tasha_tabuchi/

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