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A skilled-trades network for female teens

For both young Niagara women, a yearning for skilled trades was bred in the bone.

As a kid, Melissa Mussari was captivated by watching her father renovate their Queenston home.

And Tiffany Stevenson couldn't get enough of observing her grandfather tinker on antique cars.

[Press Release] Skills Ontario to host Skills Work! For Women Career Exploration Events

Looking for a press release or flyer for our Skills Work! For Women Career Exploration Events? Look no further, we've got you covered

Female students encouraged to enter skilled trades

NEW TECUMSETH — Only 4% of skilled tradespeople in Ontario are women.

That's a statistic that the Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program (OYAP) and Skills Canada Ontario are hoping to change by attracting more young women to jobs into the trades.

Regional Elementary Students Compete in SkillsOntario Carboard Boat Races (full results)

MARATHON, ON – October 21st, 80 elementary students, representing 11 schools from across the Northshore and Greenstone, gathered in Marathon to compete in SkillsOntario 2014-15 Cardboard Boat races (see full results below)

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