The four winners of Mz Judged together on stage Saturday night.

SLIDESHOW: Mz Judged 2016

A slideshow of photos from Mz Judged 2016 held in Smithers on Nov. 5.




Over $50,000 was raised by Nov. 5’s Mz Judged competition in Smithers.

Funds raised go to men’s counselling at Northern Society for Domestic Peace.

This year’s winner was Mz. Sue My Pants Off, known by day as Zachary Blanche. The crowd was wowed by a re-enactment of the climatic dance to Time of my Life from the film Dirty Dancing.

The Mz Industrious award for raising the most money was bestowed upon Mz Perce-Eve, AKA Martin Roberge, who pounded the pavement and collected over $8,000. His efforts included teaching a women’s self defence course, a talent shown off during Saturday’s show.

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