Camille Munro (born 1st January 1990) is a beauty pageant winner from ReginaSaskatchewanCanada. In 2013, she became the first woman from Saskatchewan to be named Miss World Canada in 50 years.[1] The competition took place in RichmondBritish Columbia.[2] There were 35 contestants at the pageant, but Munro was the only one from Saskatchewan.[3] She said that she planned to use her crown to "really engage Canadians in what's in Saskatchewan and let them know that we're not just a cold province in the winter."[4] She also planned to spend the year practicing humanitarianism.[5] Her win secured her entry into the Miss World 2013 pageant in JakartaIndonesia that September.[6] Also that year, Munro graduated from the University of Regina with a bachelor's degree in human justice.[7] As part of her program, she did an internship with the United Way of Canada.[8] She was scheduled to attend the 2013 Brian Jessel BMW Cabriolet Charity Gala along was pop musician Elise EstradaMary Zilba of The Real Housewives of Vancouver, and Miss World Canada chief executive officer Ike Lalji.[9] Munro teaches dance to youth.[10]

Munro made the top 20 semifinals at Miss World 2013, which was held on September 28, 2013 at Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center in BaliIndonesia. Munro placed 5th in the Final Talent Competition where she was the only dancer out of 70 contestants whose talent was dancing, to place in the Top 5.

Currently, Munro is the only winner who has placed this high representing Canada in the last decade, placing higher than Garrido and Santos at the Miss World Competition.

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