Skills Canada BC regional winners move up

Competition for secondary and post-secondary trades students was at Northwest Community College campus in Terrace, B.C.

Skills Canada hairdressing competitors Paige Petuh-Bowman

Trades students from the region attending secondary or post-secondary schools competed at the Skills Canada BC Northwest Regionals here at Northwest Community College last week.

Most gold medal winners qualified to attend the provincial Skills Canada competition April 13 in Abbotsford. Results are below:

Secondary (High School & ACE-IT)


Gold – Jesse Sheppard, Caledonia Secondary, Terrace

Silver – Kyle Stegleider, Smithers Secondary School

Bronze – Julian Burkett, Caledonia Secondary, Terrace


Gold – Lucas Erni, Hazelton Secondary School

Silver – Philip Gust, Smithers Secondary School

Bronze – Hannah Langegger, Mount Elizabeth Secondary, Kitimat


Gold – Veronica Portsch, Smithers Secondary School

Silver – Myles Glover, Caledonia Secondary, Terrace

Bronze – Asia Milton, Hazelton Secondary School


Gold – Eve Mitchell, Northwest Trades and Employment Training Centre, Terrace

Silver – Melinda Matthews, Hazelton Secondary School

Bronze – Linda Boyd, Hazelton Secondary School


Gold – Josh Decario, Northwest Trades and Employment Training Centre, Terrace

Silver – Calvin Turko, Smithers Secondary School

Bronze – Justin Hickman, Mount Elizabeth Secondary, Kitimat



Gold – Yvonne Forcier, Northwest Community College

Silver – Fred Good, Northwest Community College

Bronze – Lawrence Jones, Northwest Community College


Gold – Aaron Anderson, Northwest Community College

Silver – Emma How, Northwest Community College

Bronze – Ryan Kawinsky, Northwest Community College


Gold – Cindy Stanley, Northwest Community College

Silver – Paige Petuh-Bowman, Northwest Community College

Bronze – Hayla Jackson, Northwest Community College


Gold – Justin Jansons, Northwest Community College

Silver – Patrick Holmberg, Northwest Community College

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