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21st Annual Toronto Automotive Technology Competition Signals Bright Future for Canada’s Auto

"This week, automotive technology students from across Ontario competed in the 21st annual Toronto Automotive Technology Competition where they put their auto skills to the ultimate test. The competition was presented by Centennial College and the Trillium Automobile Dealers Association (TADA), in partnership with Cars and Jobs, at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre ahead of the Canadian International Auto Show.

A total of 18 schools competed throughout the day, and coming victorious were Anthony Vecchiarelli and Alexander Liao from St. Brother André Catholic High School in Markham, Ontario. The winning team will represent its school and TADA, at the prestigious National Automotive Technology Competition in New York City this April.

"Our judges were very impressed by the talent and skill of not only the winners, but all of the students," said Craig Stephenson, president, and CEO of Centennial College. "They all have bright futures ahead of them and should be very proud of their performance."

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