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Miss World Canada Winner Helps Youth In Need (PHOTOS)

There she is, Miss World Canada. Her name is Camille Munro, she wants to make life better for underprivileged youth.

The Regina-born human justice student was crowned Miss World Canada 2013 at the River Rock Casino Resort Thursday night, pageant CEO Ike Lalji told The Huffington Post B.C.

Munro graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Regina last month and now hopes to pursue a law degree.

In addition to her studies, Munro also teaches ballet, lyrical, jazz and tap dancing and is a Level 1 baton twirling judge. She also works with Dress for Success Regina, which provides professional clothing for underprivileged women entering the workforce, said a University of Regina news release.

Munro will now represent Canada at the Miss World competition in Jakarta, Indonesia in September, Xinhua reported.

Toronto's Tamara Jemuovic was first runner-up as well as People's Choice winner.

Scarborough's Anastasia Lin was second runner-up and Whitby's Katie Zeppieri was third runner-up.

Check out pictures from the competition here:

Miss World Canada 2013 Competition
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