Lindsey said the three students have devoted their time and energy to mastering their skills and deserve congratulations. He noted Austin Halkett from Brochet has completed the Building Construction Program and will soon be seeking an apprenticeship in the building trade. Jonathan McDougall from St Theresa Point and Alexis Ballantyne from Traders Lake are enrolled in the Automotive Service Technician program at Frontier and will be completing it this year with Jonathan seeking employment as a welder and Alexis an apprenticeship in the automotive trade. He stated these three students represent some of the best we have and they are going to transform their trades with their creativity, talent and perseverance. He added while they continue to hone their skills and strive for more we are tremendously proud of what they have already accomplished and he thanks their instructors and Frontier Collegiate for giving them such a great education.
The three were present in the gallery at the Legislature during Lindsey’s statement.