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Good luck to VCC's Skills Canada BC 2021 competitors

Posted on April 27, 2021

Auto collision student at Skills BC

Please join us in wishing all the best to the Vancouver Community College (VCC) students competing in Skills Canada BC 2021 this spring!

This annual provincial skills competition is normally held at the Tradex in Abbotsford, welcoming more than 600 competitors plus industry judges, as well as a public audience. The 2020 competition was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but this year we’ve got our sights set on the podium again.

In the 2021 competition, multiple VCC students from various skilled trades programs will be competing safely in online challenges from their individual homes or schools, with proxy judges on site and official judges participating virtually.

Will VCC students continue to dominate in our famous skilled trades? Tune in to the Skills Canada BC social feeds to find out, and send your support to our students online using the hashtags #myVCC and #SkillsBC. Check back for updates on our medallists and go VCC!

Automotive collision repair – April 30 – See results


Gilbert Joshua Dichoso
Inveer Singh
Khang Do
Noah Kew


Kaisei Meighan
Behiel Keagan
Maxine Santos
Emmett Thomson
Romel Eyobe
Shamahue Alam
Steven Hayre
Kaiden Sao
George Babyuk

Car painting – April 30  – See results


Emmett Thompson
Alvin Sum
Michael Wong
Jean Carlos Barcelona
Karl Dable
Nathan Ram

Baking – April 17 – See results


Queenie Li Instagram grey @queenie_li16

  • Gold winner: 2018 Provincials
  • Silver winner: 2018 Nationals

Gabriela Robinson Instagram grey @gabi_bakes_

Yejin Park Instagram grey @yejimon_

  • Silver winner: 2019 Provincials

Katie Rempel


Noeka Nimmervoll (Eric Hamber Secondary)

Ethan Jireh Dunol

Think you might shine at a skilled trade? Connect with VCC instructors and ask all the questions you want at an upcoming free information session.

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