“In early June, Skills Canada—a non-profit group that promotes careers in trades and technology—hosted the Skills Canada National Competition. This year’s event, at the International Centre in Mississauga, Ontario, featured exhibitor booths, a closing- day speech by Jason Kenney, Minister of Employment and Social Development and a “Try-a-Trade and Technology” contest. The latter was a hit with the hundreds of young people who attended the National Competition. Boys and girls competed for gold, silver and bronze medals in activities that tested their abilities in robotics, welding, CNC machining, etc.“
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