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Skills Canada P.E.I. Competition sees high school students show off their skills

High School students showed off their knowledge of skilled trades and digital technology in Summerside, P.E.I., this week at a competition at Holland College.

Winners will go on to compete nationally in Moncton in June

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High School students showed off their knowledge of skilled trades and digital technology in Summerside, P.E.I., this week at a competition at Holland College.

The annual Skills Canada P.E.I. Competition has students compete in everything from automotive mechanics to carpentry to graphic design, with a goal of getting young people hands-on experience in trades.

Winners go on to the national competition, which is set to take place in Moncton, N.B., in June.

With files from Jessica Doria-Brown

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