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Dream comes true for Saskatchewan girl at Toronto Blue Jays game

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WATCH ABOVE: Bella Arcand had a dream come true at a Toronto Blue Jays game, throwing out the first pitch – Aug 10, 2016

Bella Arcand is an 11-year old from the Muskeg Lake Cree Nation in Saskatchewan, and major Toronto Blue Jays fan.

She was invited to throw out the first pitch at a Blue Jays game, and on Tuesday she made that dream come true.

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Arcand was chosen last month by the children’s miracle network, through a partnership with Dairy Queen and the Jays, to throw the opening pitch at a game.

For much of her life, Arcand has had to deal with a rare neurological disorder – Rasmussen’s encephalitis – suffering between 40 and 60 seizures a day.

In 2013, doctors removed part of her brain in to help treat her, and despite a second procedure, the seizures have returned.

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But through it all, she’s never lost her love of baseball.

With files from Meaghan Craig

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