Our freedom. Our veterans fought for our freedom and Canada should be very proud of that.

Bailey Istace
Tell us a little about you(your background and how was it like)?
I had a rough life growing up. Alcoholic absent abusive dad and a mom that didn’t do anything about it. My brother and I watched them fight everyday, physically and emotionally abusive towards each other taught my little brother to be that way. We were a violent unhealthy household. I got beat for the last time and fled home at 17. I am the way I am because of my family but I will not use it as an excuse for my bad behaviour or when things go wrong in life. I’ll keep pushing.
What do you value most from your country?
Our freedom. Our veterans fought for our freedom and Canada should be very proud of that.
Who influences you to go after your goals?
Winnie Harlow. She’s a different looking model. She has two skin tones, black and Caucasian. She inspires me because she’s not like everyone else and she still per-sues her career.
What advice can you give a teen about going through hardships?
Keep pushing. My teens were my hardest times for me but it’s worth it in the end. The more you try the better it will be.
If you and only three wish to change your family or the world’s life what would they be?
1. Get my family back together and healthy.
2. Start a modelling agency for woman/men that look “different” in the media.
3. Go back and graduate!
Was there a time u helped others out?
Always, whether it’s holding a door, putting away groceries or running errands I’m always helping!
Are you happy in the position you are now in life?
Somewhat, I’m happy with the positive changes I’ve made in myself.
Jeremy Manning


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