Missing her family, she moved back to Toronto after a few years.
She has hosted the Much Music Video Awards (MMVAS) and various Live at Much specials.
It also became customary for Kohanim to fully immerse themselves before Jewish holidays, and the laity of many communities subsequently adopted this practice.
Converts to Judaism are required to undergo full immersion in water.
In April 2008, it was announced that Miller would host So You Think You Can Dance Canada, which began broadcasting across Canada in September of that year.
She received the 2009 Gemini Award for Best Performance or Host in a Variety Program or Series, and was also nominated in 2010.
In November 2009, Miller made her latest career move, becoming an entertainment correspondent for etalk.
Oceans for the most part have the status of natural springs.
A mikveh must, according to the classical regulations, contain enough water to cover the entire body of an average-sized person; based on a mikveh with the dimensions of 3 cubits deep, 1 cubit wide, and 1 cubit long, the necessary volume of water was estimated as being 40 seah of water.
Traditionally, the mikveh was used by both men and women to regain ritual purity after various events, according to regulations laid down in the Torah and in classical rabbinical literature.