Two unions seek federal court muscle to oust foreign workers from B.C. mine
Two unions have filed an application in Federal Court, asking a judge to overturn Ottawa's decision allowing the use of Chinese miners at the Murray River Project, an underground coal mine near Tumbler Ridge, 120 kilometres southwest of Dawson Creek.
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#3 Mar 14, 2013
Instead of wasting money on chinese workers I have a better idea. Hire appalachian coal miners from usa to temporarily work and train inexperienced locals. 6 months to 1 yr and they go back to us leaving jobs all jobs to canadians.
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