Skills Canada trades competition taking place this weekend
CCNB students from across the province will be putting what they've learned to practice this weekend in Saint John.
The students will be taking part in Skills Canada's provincial competition in categories like machining, automotive mechanics, industrial mechanics, and electrical.
- Antoine Landry (Machining)
- J.-S. Comeau (Automotive Mechanics)
- Jules Cormier (Automotive Mechanics)
- Julie Comeau (Body Work)
- Mia Cyr (Body Work)
- France-Line Cormier (Painting)
- Gabriel St-Onge (Industrial Mechanics)
- Jessy Raymond (Industrial Mechanics)
- Lionel Roussel (Industrial Mechanics)
- Jérémie Friolet (Electrical)
- Chris Jones (Plumbing)
- Justin Belliveau (Carpentry)
- Philippe Lang (Electrical)
- Sébastien Papillon (Electrical)
- Serge Ngamaleu Kamga (Masonry)
- Jacob Ritchie (Masonry)
- Stéphane Albert (Electrical)
- Andrew Ryan (Carpentry)
- Jessy Leblanc (Refrigeration)
Lorraine Boucher, from CCNB's Acadian Peninsula campus, and Kera Long from the campus in Edmundston, will compete in the culinary competition taking place in Moncton.
Winners from each field will earn the right to represent New Brunswick at the national leg of the competition being held in Halifax in May.