marigold mioc: If you get involved things will start to change, she told CTV News, according to CTV. To raise money for sponsorship of a Syrian refugee family and to help cover the costs of an upcoming trip to visit a girls' school in Kenya, Mioc sells unicorn headbands online and in several shops around Alberta. Nine-year-old Marigold Mioc spends most of her time giving speeches to empower other young girls and raising money for refugees, but her ultimate goal is to be the youngest Canadian prime minister. I think it's really important to help other people not just from your country, she said. Be a unicorn in a field of horses, you don't need to fit in to the fields, she said. The unicorn horns also serve as a mantra for Mioc's life and philosophy be yourself. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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