Miss Rodeo Canada is an organization that has been supporting the personal development of young women for more than 50 years. Miss Rodeo Canada wears a crown of pride, carrying our Western Heritage to communities across Canada and internationally, while attending charities, businesses, rodeos, hospitals and senior lodges.
Miss Rodeo Canada is made up of volunteers since 1955. A proud history of people have worked with the organization.
Each year the Miss Rodeo Canada organization crowns a represenative and ambassador to represent us throughout the year. On November 10, 2017 Miss Brittney Chomistek was crowned Miss Rodeo Canada 2018 and will represent us for a full year. Follow her journey here.
Miss Rodeo Canada is a non-profit organization and runs on the generous donations of its Partner and Sponsors.
Since 1955, the Miss Rodeo Organization has crowned a young woman through its annual Pageant. Read about the process and how we crown our new queen!
Miss Rodeo Canada's history is large. Beginning with the inception in 1955 by Herman Linder, the organization has continued to run each year through its MRC Board, volunteers, queens and alumni. Read through the history, including newspaper articles, and interviews!
Did you know the Miss Rodeo Canada logo was designed by Edmonton designer Wei Yew & Co.? The red and white represents our flag, and the face represents women. The cowboy hat reflects Canada's national colors and the points on that hat represent the points of the maple leaf found on our national flag.
Follow the current Miss Rodeo Canada as she travels to over 500 events a year.
Miss Rodeo Canada's announcements can be found here, along with some historical news which you might find very fascinating!