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Sierra Noble

Sierra Noble

Sierra Noble was born February 20, 1990 in Ottawa, Ontario, but moved to Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1990.

Sierra attended École Laura Secord School from pre-school to the 4th grade then transferred to Wolseley School for grades 5 and 6. She went to Gordon Bell High School and then with a full scholarship attended The University of Winnipeg Collegiate

  • She began by busking at The Forks in Winnipeg
  • She was youth ambassador for the Manitoba Campaign to Ban landmines at the age of 12
  • She began making presentations to various schools, universities, and colleges about global landmine issues
  • In 2004 she was selected to be one of two representatives of Canada at the Ban Landmines International Children's Conference.

In 2005, she released an instrumental album of traditional Old Time fiddle music entitled Spirit of The Strings

In 2008, she released her debut vocal release entitled Possibilities

She has received various awards for her humanitarian and volunteer services including:

  • the Inaugural Queen's Golden Jubilee Medal
  • the Manitoba Premier's Volunteer Service Award
  • the Manitoba Teacher's Society Young Humanitarian Award
  • Manitoba Hydro's Spirit of the Earth Youth Award