Celebrating Skills: 250 medals awarded to top competitors at Skills Canada National Competition

Quebec City, Quebec — Approximately 250 medals were awarded at this year’s 2024 Skills Canada National Competition (SCNC), which took place May 30th and 31st at ExpoCité, in Québec City, Québec.

During the two day event, approximately 6,000 students visited the Centre de foires d’ ExpoCité where over 500 students and apprentices from across the country competed for the title of national champion in over 40 skill areas.

On June 1st, Skills Canada released the names for the award winners in each category, with top competitors having been evaluated based on strict industry standards.

For the automotive-based competitions, students could compete in four categories: autobody repair, automobile technology, car painting and heavy vehicle technology.

Check out the list of winners below as well as Collision Repair mag’s exclusive photos from the event.

Autobody Repair (Post-secondary)

Gold: Logan Gratton (Alberta)
Silver: Liam Alford (Ontario)
Bronze: Blake Burton (Newfoundland and Labrador)

Autobody Repair (Secondary)

Gold: Breena Massey (Alberta)
Silver: Mathew Kuszak (Manitoba)
Bronze: Connor De Vera-McGinn (British Columbia)

Automobile Technology (Post-secondary)

Gold: Logan Cursley (British Columbia)
Silver: Carter Kokot (Alberta)
Bronze: Shelby Lafond (Northwest Territories)

Automobile Technology (Secondary)

Gold: Oliver Sawatsky (Manitoba)
Silver: Wil Alexandris (Ontario)
Bronze: Lukas Beblow (Alberta)

Car Painting (Post-secondary)

Gold: Colton Lawrence (Ontario)
Silver: Cole Benko (Saskatchewan)
Bronze: Samora-Joy Gaudet (Alberta)

Car Painting (Secondary)

Gold: Jacob Dreimann (Alberta)
Silver: Samurai Baltazar Urquizu (Manitoba)
Bronze: Jack Unger (Saskatchewan)

Heavy Vehicle Technology (Post-secondary)

Gold: James Wilson (Alberta)
Silver: Nick Galloway (New Brunswick)
Bronze: Nick Sarion (Nova Scotia)

Heavy Vehicle Technology (Secondary)

Gold: Jean-Gabriel Blais (Quebec)
Silver: Aidan Crandall (Ontario)
Bronze: Nathan Paul (Newfoundland and Labrador)


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