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skills canada winnipeg saskatchewan medalsSaskatoon, Saskatchewan: The Skills Canada National Skills competition was held in Winnipeg, Manitoba form May 31- June 3, 2017. This was the 23rd Annual competition that host over 600 competitors from across Canada, brings in 10,000 students to view the 43 skilled trade and technology competitions being hosted. The 2017 Team Saskatchewan is made up of 49 secondary and post-secondary/apprentices who competed in 37 Skilled Trade and Technology competitions.
Team Saskatchewan won 4 Gold Medals, 5 Silver Medals and 6 Bronze medals this year.

“We are very proud of our competitors who excelled in the 37 competition areas we entered. Our whole team deserves recognition for the hard work they have put into their training, not only for this competition, but for their future. Skills Sask. believes that every competitor who enters the national competition is a winner and has had the opportunity to showcase their skills and show the rest of Canada how great out province is in promoting and excelling in Skilled Trades and Technology” – Said Al Gabert – Executive Director for Skills Saskatchewan. Our organization is a proud leader in providing opportunities for young adults in Saskatchewan to promote skilled trades and technologies. Our mission is to promote and engage Saskatchewan youth in Skilled Trades and Technologies. We believe we have fulfilled our mission and will continue to do so in the future.

We are very proud of all the high schools and training centers that have supported our program and promoted the Skills competition to their students. We would also like to thank the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission, Sask. Polytechnic and the Ministry of Economy – Apprenticeship and Workforce Skills Branch for their support during the year and for this National competition.

The following lists the competition Medal winners for Skills Saskatchewan:

Competition #

Competition

Competitor

Standing

              10

Welding (PS)

Adam Sebastian – Sask. Polytechnic - Regina

Gold

              10

Welding (S)

Tyler Kraushaar –Melville Comprehensive

Silver

              19

Automation and Control (PS)

Justin Chapman – Sask.
Polytechnic – Moose Jaw

Gold

              20

Brick Masonry (PS)

Lane Lay  -Sask. Bricklayers Local 1.

Bronze

              26

Carpentry (PS)

Dallas Stadnyk –Sask. Polytechnic - Saskatoon

Bronze

              29

Hairstyling (S)

Cierra Naka – Estevan Comprehensive

Silver

              30

Aesthetics (PS)

Laurie Miller- Elite Aesthetics and Hairstyling – Moose Jaw

Silver

              33

Automotive Service (S)

Luc Gendreau – Yorkton Regional High

Bronze

              40

Graphic Design (PS)

Michaela Taylor-Becker – Sask. Polytechnic - Regina

Gold

              52

Architectural Technology (PS)

Kolten Altrogge – Sask. Polytechnic – Moos Jaw

Bronze

              52

Architectural Technology (S)

Kendra Senchuk – Estevan Comprehensive

Silver

              53

Outdoor Power and Rec. (S)

Orrie Babichuk – Invermay School

Bronze

              54

Photography (S)

Cassie Jones – Yorkton Regional High

Silver

              82

Video Production (S)

Darrian Desjarlais –Melville Comprehensive

Bronze

 

 

Morgan Fleury – Melville Comprehensive

Bronze

              83

Job Search (S)

Minha Butt Centennial Collegiate Saskatoon

Gold

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The results for the 2017 - 19th Provincial Skills Competition are now posted to the website.

2017 - 19th Provincial Skills Competition

Our Mission

To promote and engage Saskatchewan youth in skilled trades and technologies