Company Town: Project Co-Ordinator and Mining Sector
company town: His father, sister and many of his cousins now live in St, according to The Chronicle Herald. John's. He loved growing up in Churchill Falls, the small company town of about 650 people that runs the Labrador hydroelectric plant on the upper Churchill River. Home is where your family is, said Hodder, 40. Hodder, a project co-ordinator who has worked in the B.C. mining sector and Alberta's oilsands, is part of the easternmost province's ever-growing diaspora of residents who leave for all kinds of reasons, most of them economic. If a job was there, it'd be no question we'd move back home. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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