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21.08.2020 at 6:52
Huffington Post

Ashley Burnham, Mrs. Universe Winner, Explains What She Intends To Do With New Fame

On Saturday, Ashley Burnham was crowned Mrs. Universe in Minsk, becoming the first Canadian to take home the international pageant’s title.

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21.08.2020 at 6:41
APTN

Conservative director booted from riding board over comments describing ‘Indians’ as ‘self-loathing’

A Conservative riding association director in Ontario who posted online comments describing “Indians” as “self-loathing” and the Cree woman recently crowned Mrs. Universe as a “monster” was punted Tuesday from her position after the party became aware of her social media diatribes.

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21.08.2020 at 5:12
STPAULJOURNAL

Frog Lake resident competing at Miss Teen Universe

Inspired by fellow Alberta pageant queen Ashley Callingbull, Frog Lake’s Thaliya Dion left for Central America on Saturday to pursue her own dreams and ambitions, after a whirlwind January that saw her travel to Toronto before heading much farther south.

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20.08.2020 at 8:54
Uncategorized

Stylish creations help support women

The founder of Regina-based Hillberg & Berk has found success in the global jewelry industry, thanks to constant encouragement from the women she surrounds herself with.

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20.08.2020 at 8:35
The Globe and Mail

Mrs. Universe on Canada’s missing and murdered indigenous women

For the longest time, Ashley Callingbull questioned her worth. As an Enoch Cree Nation child growing up west of Edmonton, she was physically and sexually abused. She went hungry, gathering bottles with her mother to scrounge money for food. Classmates threw rocks at her, called her “dirty Indian” and stole her only shoes – a $2 pair from Value Village.

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Media Coverage
01.07.2020 at 8:56
CBC NEWS

Indigenous woman says taking part in new Nike campaign extremely special

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Ashley Callingbull of Enoch Cree Nation says being a representative for the footwear company sends a strong message because Indigenous faces feature so prominently.

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Media Coverage
22.06.2020 at 8:55
GLOBAL NEWS

Alberta-born Cree model becomes face of Nike campaign: ‘Breaking some glass ceilings’

An Alberta-born Cree model is now the face of a major Nike campaign that celebrates Indigenous culture.

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Media Coverage
24.09.2019 at 8:53
THE STAR

Cree model Ashley Callingbull picked for her power as face of new jewelry collection

The 28-year-old from the Enoch Cree Nation is back in the limelight this fall as the face of a new campaign for Hillberg & Berk, a Canadian company that recently got a major boost when none other than the Queen wore its diamond and sapphire snowflake brooch to meet U.S. President Donald Trump.

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Media Coverage
11.09.2019 at 8:53
THE LOOP

‘Amazing Race Canada’ winners eyeing their own home renovation show

This may have been one of the most controversial seasons of The Amazing Race Canada—Time penalties! Cab stealing! Smack-talking all around!—but in the end it was James Makokis and Anthony Johnson’s positive spirit and sheer determination that helped catapult them to a first-place finish on the mat Tuesday night.

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Media Coverage
30.08.2019 at 8:52
VANCOUVER SUN

Tessa Virtue steps into the style spotlight for new ‘uplifting’ fashion campaign

“I was so lucky. I grew up with an incredibly strong grandmother, mother and sister,” Virtue says. “All three, independent, fierce, clever women who were hard workers, had goals and visions for themselves, and were really ambitious.”

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26.08.2019 at 8:51
CISION

RW&CO. Scores Seven Iconic Ambassadors, Representing Six Remarkable Cities For Fall 2019

This is also the first time RW&CO. is working with female ambassadors. Three Canadian muses: Tessa Virtue (the most decorated female ice skater in Olympic history), Ashley Callingbull (Mrs. Universe 2015, First Nation’s activist, actress and model) and Karine Vanasse (award-winning actress).

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Media Coverage
01.08.2019 at 8:47
Uncategorized

Learning to Lead hockey camp returns to Whitehorse

In Whitehorse for the camp are current and former professional players Arron Asham, Brandon Montour and Wacey Rabbit, as well as Ashley Callingbull, a model, actress and First Nations activist.

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01.07.2019 at 8:47
GLOBAL NEWS

Canada Day on Parliament Hill draws more than 11,000 — including Ryan Reynolds

Ashley Callingbull, a First Nations activist and model, and Quebec media personality Herby Moreau introduced the noon show guests.

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23.06.2019 at 8:44
CBC NEWS

Parliament has risen for what could be the last time before the October election

The 2019 election campaign is already underway — the CBC News Canada Votes newsletter is your weekly tip-sheet as we count down to Oct. 21.

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21.06.2019 at 8:46
GLOBAL NEWS

Elections Canada paid ‘influencers’ $325K — but won’t ask for the money back

The 13 influencers set to feature in the video included Olympic sprinter Andre De Grasse, Olympic swimmer Penny Oleksiak, First Nations activist and model Ashley Callingbull and YouTubers Lilly Singh and Mitch Hughes, among others.

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20.06.2019 at 8:42
The Globe and Mail

Elections Canada cancels influencer campaign after discovering partisan comments

For the first time, Elections Canada also released the names of the social-media influencers. They are First Nations activist and actor Ashley Callingbull

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17.06.2019 at 8:43
INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY

Go, Team Ahkameyimok!

Former Miss Universe Ashley Callingbull, who is from Enoch Cree Nation, tweeted, “Ahhh I love them!” after she saw a short interview with them.

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04.06.2019 at 8:42
ASHCROFTCACHECREEK JOURNAL

NHL star Eric Brewer remembers childhood in Ashcroft, gives advice to students

“I was finding kids really latch on to stories like this, especially in a small town,” she said. “So something I wanted to create was to call on people who have made it to the big show who are from small towns.”

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