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Skills on display

Charlene Wight of Abbotsford Collegiate won a bronze medal for this creative hairstyle at the Skills Canada B.C. Competition at Tradex on Wednesday. The event sees high school and collegiate level students compete in a variety of trades that include autobody repair, carpentry and electrical wiring. - Neil Corbett photo
Charlene Wight of Abbotsford Collegiate won a bronze medal for this creative hairstyle at the Skills Canada B.C. Competition at Tradex on Wednesday. The event sees high school and collegiate level students compete in a variety of trades that include autobody repair, carpentry and electrical wiring.
— image credit: Neil Corbett photo
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