Skills Canada Newfoundland and Labrador (SCNL) is excited to continue to provide high quality programming and content through a combination of in-person and virtual mediums.

Skills Canada NL is so proud of this year's Team NL competitors! 2021 was a challenging year for a number of reasons, but these competitors adapted and excelled in their respective competition areas in the SCNL Provincial Competitions, and moved on to represent Newfoundland and Labrador at the Skills Canada National Competitions from May 25 - 28, 2021. 


  • Brianna Russell (Job Search)
  • Greg Abbott (Plumbing)
  • Holly Fillier (Video Production)
  • John Hiscock (Video Production)
  • Olivia Taylor (Public Speaking)
  • Stacey Frost (Architectural Tech & Design
  • Brendan Smith (Refrigeration)
  • Brandon Lee (Welding)
  • John Bugden (IT Network Systems)
  • Jessica Roche (Graphic Design)
  • Sera Tulk (Graphic Design)
  • Keely Whelan (3D Digital Game Art)
  • Emma Lucas (Photography)
  • Julia Keefe (Workplace Safety)
  • Emily Reynolds (Electronics)
  • Lee Peters (Job Skills Demonstration)
  • Noah Coish (Web Technologies)
  • Nick Clarke (Industrial Control)
Team NL won 12 medals at this year's Skills Canada National Competitions! We are so proud of the hard work of each of the students who represented our province on the national stage!
Join us this summer for our Skilled Futures Makers Club Summer Series! Formerly Making at Home, the Makers Club will be hosting events throughout the summer dedicated to teaching youth practical skills surrounding the skilled trades and technology careers.

And by participating in Skilled Futures Makers Club activities, you'll be entered to win an awesome summer prize - a tent and hammock! Each activity equals an entry into the prize draw so make sure you're joining us all summer! 

Activities begin June 15, 2021 and will run until mid-August. A full schedule of events is available on the SCNL Facebook or at
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Makers Club activities to include:
  • Milk Carton Birdhouse     
  • Paper Airplane Building   
  • Character Design
  • Imaginary Job Resume
  • Marshmallow Tower Building
  • Pancake Art
To learn more about the Skilled Futures Makers Club, or to register your child or  community group for activities, contact Program Coordinator Rebecca Lawlor at 

Since 1998 SCNL has strived to promote excellence in skills trades, and now with the creation of the Alumni Association, competitors both old and new have the opportunity to stay connected. Through networking, leadership, and volunteer opportunities, Alumni members are given a whole new way to engage in the Skills Canada community. The Alumni Association is open for any competitors to continue to make new connections and grow, hope to see you join!

 Reach out to us at

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