Published on July 26th, 2015

How to Find Scholarships for Canadian Students

July 26th, 2015; By Meghan Brown

Every year across Canada there are hundreds of thousands of dollars available to college and university students in the form of scholarships. However, even knowing there are so many options […]

Women in the Trades, Statistics and Perceptions

July 26th, 2015; By Jamie Hadland

When you picture a construction worker, plumber, electrician or pipefitter, what image comes to mind? Most people imagine a burly, middle-aged man, wearing overalls, covered in dirt or grease. Trades […]

De-Myth-tifying Skilled Trades

July 26th, 2015; By kyla palin

You hear it all the time. To get a good job, you need to get a degree from a University and that those who cannot get into a school have […]

Career Profile: Motorcycle Mechanic

July 26th, 2015; By Susan Huebert

If you go out to the street where you live, you are likely to see several different methods of transportation. Cars and bicycles are two popular choices, but many people […]

Career Profile: Automotive Painter

July 26th, 2015; By Susan Huebert

Cars and trucks come in all kinds of colours; from plain white or black to blue, yellow, and green. When the vehicles come from the factory, the paint is bright […]

Career Profile: Water Well Driller

July 26th, 2015; By Susan Huebert

Everyone needs water for all kinds of purposes, such as drinking, taking showers, washing clothes, and watering plants. People who live in cities usually get their water from a central […]

Job Shadowing for a Day with a Skilled Trade

July 26th, 2015; By Meghan Brown

So, you are getting close to the end of your schooling, and you have decided to go into one of the skilled trades for your career. You may even already […]