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CHRISTINA « HURRICANE TINA » PAQUETTE

Christina "Huricane Tina" Paquette completes a two-year DEC, then immediately feels the desire to deepen her education in dance. She studies in dance at UQÀM as an interpreter. While studying she develops a strong interest for b-girling (breaking). She has participated RUBBERBAN Dance Group intensive two years in a row (2012 & 2013). Finally, in addition to dancing the works of Manon Oligny, Philippe Dandonneau and Emmanuel Jouthe, she regularly participates in ‘battles’ in Montreal, Ottawa and the United States.

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MARIE-REINE « MQUEEN » KABASHA

Marie-Reine, a dance graduate at UQAM, immediately fell in love with contemporary dance and how it allowed to express herself. Having first been attracted to urban dances, she easily embraced this form of expression because it combines several artistic disciplines and encourages the fusion of genres. She performed in 'Tableau de chasse', choreographed by Manon Oligny and 'Turbulence', from Sylvain Émard's repertoire. Marie-Reine is currently performing for Tentacle Tribe and has been a member of Ebnflōh company since 2014.

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LAKESSHIA « KIKI » PIERRE-COLON

Lakessha "Kiki" Pierre Colon is a young artist who specializes in hip-hop, house and contemporary dance. She began her street dance education, ten years ago at Urban-Element. She was a member of 24k Or Pür Dance Company directed by Cindy "Goldylocks", and took part of 24/7sins show, presented at the Théâtre Rouge of the Conservatoire de Montréal, the Cabaret Lion d'Or and Les Francofolies de Montréal. She has also taken part of numerous battles such as Bust a Move at TOHU, Kiff Your Style and Juste Debout Canada.

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SANDY « DID » BÉLAND

Sandy "Did" Béland has been a dance passionate from a very young age. A real lover of hip- hop culture, she takes classes at the Urban-Element dance school where she deepens her knowledge of the culture. From 2006 to 2013, she is part of several dance groups. In order to broaden her horizons, Béland travels to France, Sweden and New York, to refine her "freestyle" and takes classes internationally renowned street dance pioneers .

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CAROLINE « LADY C » FRASER

Caroline "Lady C" Fraser, was originally from Calgary before moving to Toronto. She is a street dance specialist more specifically in popping, locking and House dancing. She is known for its versatility, authenticity and determination. In 2015, she received the Dora Mavor Moore Award for Best Female Dance Performance at the TUDS Urban Festival presented by Gadfly in Toronto. This is the first time that a street dancer is nominated and wins in this price category.

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