I'm usually pretty stoked, to say the least, whenever we get to work in the trades. Understanding where things come from and the skills needed to fix pretty much everything in the world is something that is often taken for granted, so getting the inside scoop on how things happen is something that I generally get pretty excited about. And having worked with NBCC on image libraries from all over the province and marketing material for their view books and roadside billboards (check out more of that stuff here), we definitely get to see a lot from the inside out. This year NBCC Moncton was a host for Skills Canada's National Skilled Trades and Technology Week, and held a demo on the final day for high school students and others to experience some hands on time in a few of the programs. Was a pretty awesome day overall, and cool to see everyone get so involved and excited about the different tools and trade demos that were on the go. Check out the photos below for some highlights from the last day of the event, and click here for info on the upcoming Skills Canada National Competition being held in June at the Moncton Coliseum…should be quite a time!