World Skills legacy

Brandon Pereira, left, and Bradyn Jobs, both 15, and Notre Dame High School Grade 10 media visuals students on Thursday work on computers and monitors left over from last month’s WorldSkills Competition.

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Brandon Pereira, left, and Bradyn Jobs, both 15, and Notre Dame High School Grade 10 media visuals students on Thursday work on computers and monitors left over from last month’s WorldSkills Competition. The province recently made $12 million in equipment from the biennial showcase of young trades, service and technical professionals available to Alberta high schools. Notre Dame benefitted by receiving more than $100,000 in computers, monitors, printers, flat-screen TVs and construction tools. Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School received a full automotive paint booth and associated equipment worth more than $100,000 (which was scheduled to be unveiled today with the help of Premier Ed Stelmach).

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