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Protestors Voice Opposition to Foreign Construction Workers at Canaport LNG Terminal Site

CBC reports that a labor dispute led four unemployed men to prevent a busload of Polish workers from entering the Canaport LNG import terminal site yesterday. The unemployed men were protesting the difficulty they have had obtaining work on the Canaport
May 5, 2009

CBC reports that a labor dispute led four unemployed men to prevent a busload of Polish workers from entering the Canaport LNG import terminal site yesterday. The unemployed men were protesting the difficulty they have had obtaining work on the Canaport LNG project. A spokesperson for the Canaport project clarified that the dispute is between one of the facility’s contractors and its employees, expressing optimism that the situation will be resolved.

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