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Doug Braden, a 2011 graduate of SAIT’s Mechanical Engineering Technology program, and his business partners Jeremy Hedges and Andrew Brumwell, are the owners of InkSmith, an education technology startup located in Kitchener, Ontario. Up until a few weeks ago, they worked closely with teachers to introduce...
It’s 4:45 am and the bracing smell of the ocean lingers in the air as Ryan Logan (Plumber ’07, Steamfitter-Pipefitter ’14) pulls into Seaspan’s Vancouver Shipyards (VSY), a 40-acre facility located on the North Shore of Burrard Inlet in North Vancouver. Logan doesn’t formally start his workday...
SAIT-trained electrician builds custom guitar pedals sought by customers from around the world.
At 82, SAIT alumnus Yukio Kitagawa recently surpassed his fundraising goal of cycling 100,000 km — but he and his wife Barbara are still passionate volunteers, finding purpose in setting goals, thoughtfully helping others and giving back.
The world is in the midst of a bequest boom — the largest transfer of money and possessions in human history. No matter our bank balance or how much we own, how can we plan for what we leave behind?
A sought-after magician’s assistant, SAIT graduate Gwyn Auger is shown in Hollywood’s iconic Magic Castle™, a private club that non-magicians can enter only by invitation.