Canadians also brought home 10 medallions of excellence.
The Canadian team consists of 29 young people from across Canada who participated in 27 out of 50 team and/or individual skill areas relating to trades, technologies and service-oriented careers.
The top competitors collected two silver and three bronze medals.
Canada’s Best of Nation Award went to silver winner Sébastien Rémillard, 19, from Quebec City for his performance in the cooking competition.
Zachary Larose and Maxime Marineau, both 19 and from Hearst, Ont., picked up a bronze for mobile robotics. Tommy St-Martin, 19, from Notre-Dame-des-Prairies, Que., took home a medallion for welding.
WorldSkills, which occurs every two years, brings together the best of member countries and regions and represent the best of their peers.
Skills/Compétences Canada is the Canadian member organization of WorldSkills International.
WorldSkills São Paulo 2015 had 1,189 registered competitors from 59 countries and regions.
Canada’s winners are as follows:
Ryan Leedham, Aircraft Maintenance, Brookfield, NS
Sébastien Rémillard, Cooking, Quebec City, Que.
Marc-Antoine Bettez, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Hebertville, Que.
Ryan Green, Heavy Vehicle Maintenance, Bowmanville, Ont.
Zachary Larose and Maxime Marineau, Mobile Robotics, Hearst, Ont.
Medallion of Excellence
Jacob Fluker, Electrical Installation, Fort Saskatchewan, Alta.
Kendrick Howe, Plumbing and Heating, Monarch, Alta.
Roxanne Kana, Graphic Design Technology, Quill Lake, Sask.
William Lebel, IT Network Systems Administration, Québec City, Que.
Brandon Liang, Automobile Technology, Camrose, Alta.
Karine Ouellet, Pâtisserie and Confectionery, Québec City, Que.
Jessica Pruneau, Hairdressing, Québec City, Que.
Patricia Roque, Fashion Technology, Vancouver, BC
Gabriel Santerre, Web Design, Mascouche region, Que.
Tommy St-Martin, Welding, Notre-Dame-des-Prairies, Que.
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