For SCNC Halifax 2019, there was a total of 852 media hits with a reach of 122,619,826.
Here are some recent news clips featuring Skills/Compétences Canada and the 25th Skills Canada National Competition (SCNC):
-Read this press release issued by Skills/Compétences Canada on May 28: Camping Expedition Officially Launches the 25th Skills Canada National Competition.
-Check out this press release issued by Skills/Compétences Canada on May 30 announcing the results of SCNC: National Champions in 44 Skill Areas Medaled at the 2019 Skills Canada National Competition.
-Read this press issued by Skills/Compétences Canada on May 30 announcing Team Canada: Official Members of WorldSkills Team Canada 2019 Get Ready for Russia.
Check out these interviews:
Global Halifax Interviews National Technical Committee Members and Celebrities:
Heavy Vehicle Technology
Cooking – part 1
Cooking with Andy Hay, celebrity chef
In-studio interview with HGTV’s Kate Campbell and Sebastian Clovis
CBC: CBC was onsite to talk to alumni, competitors, and spectators (segment starts at 17:44)
Northern News Services Interviews SCNC Competitors:
No medals, but Team NWT building experience for Skills Canada nationals in Vancouver next year
No national medals for Nunavut, but Skills Canada lessons will last a lifetime, competitor says
Naujaat’s Neevee Kidlapik can talk with the best of them
Teghan Angulalik is certain hairstyling will be her profession
Eli Qaqqasiq’s sweet hobby takes him to Halifax
Taloyoak’s Holly Tulurialik can take apart an engine
The Canadian Contractor Recaps SCNC:
The 2019 Skills Canada National Competition: A showcase of the country’s young talent
Read these articles published by participating schools:
– College of New Caledonia (CNC) apprentice student Dustin Cathcart won the gold medal in the Industrial Mechanic/Millwright skill area at the Skills Canada National Competition (SCNC) in Halifax May 28 and 29.
–Samuel Robertson Technical student-chef Julia Broda won a silver medal in the cooking/cuisine category at the 2019 Skills Canada National Competition in Halifax last week.
–Georgian College’s Mark Reckzin strikes gold at Skills Canada.
–Humber College took Halifax by storm in the Skills Canada National competition.