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Why Should Girls Get Involved with STEM?

October 21st, 2016; By Amanda Desouza

In our society, girls seem to be underrepresented in fields related to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Even more interesting is that in contrast to girls, boys seem to be […]

Atlantic Canada Trade Schools and Programs

October 2nd, 2016; By Erin Kelly

Do you live in Newfoundland, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia or PEI? Are you interested in moving to the East Coast? Are you interested in a career in the trades industry? […]

Trades in Western Canada and How to Get Started: Alberta and British Columbia

October 2nd, 2016; By Erin Kelly

Do you live in Alberta or British Columbia and dream of a career in the Trades? Maybe you don’t know much about careers in the trades but want to learn […]

Sub-Trade and Sub-Contractor

August 24th, 2016; By Jingwei Chen

Any construction project, including renovations and maintenance, will involve many different trades. You need an electrician, a plumber, a roofer, a painter. Who is going to manage all these people? […]

Skilled Trades Schools in Western Canada: Part 1

August 24th, 2016; By Jingwei Chen

Western Canada comprises four provinces: Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan. There are many skilled trades schools in Western Canada that one article cannot cover them all. This article will […]

Pros and Cons of Apprenticeship

August 24th, 2016; By Jingwei Chen

If you are interested in becoming a skilled tradesperson in Canada, apprenticeship is a necessary step. This period of training allows you to gain the skills you need and consists […]

Which Skilled Trades are Most in Demand in Canada?

August 24th, 2016; By Jingwei Chen

The skilled trade industry in Canada could be facing a shortage of skilled tradespeople, especially as the Baby Boomer generation retires . This shortage may apply to all the hundreds […]