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  • Jerome
    July 02, 2010 - 13:34

    Taxpayer lV from NL writes: I really, really hope this project comes to fruition, however this company has a spotty record. I'll believe it when I see the plant up and running.

    It would be more gratifying if the project didn't go ahead. Then Danny could say I told you so

  • Taxpayer lV
    July 02, 2010 - 13:27

    I just get the feeling that the company wants to keep us stringing along till they get the ovoid into the quebec smelters, then come up with some reason to shut down the project, and don't think for a second that they won't do it.

  • Taxpayer lV
    July 02, 2010 - 13:23

    I really, really hope this project comes to fruition, however this company has a spotty record. I'll believe it when I see the plant up and running.

  • Fly-In-Fly-Out
    July 02, 2010 - 13:23

    With the wage difference between here and Alberta and the shift (10 in - 4 out), why would I want to work there anyways? I can go to Fort McMurray and work for a minimum of $35/hr ($23.66 at Long Harbour) and work a 20 and 8 shift (or better). But guess what Vale Inco (and our so called Unions), the outlook for the Oil Sands is excellent for the spring, with old projects restarting and new ones starting fresh. That means to retain your workforce, you will need to get your act together because you'll be competing with big oil .

  • It will not build
    July 02, 2010 - 13:21

    Weather?!? No wonder nothing gets done in this province and we need to whip the workers from NL out in Alberta to work. A little snow or rain and everyone thinks they get to stay home and be paid.

    Water in the ground is not an issue, frozen ground is not an issue. Lazy workers are the issue.

    I guess the real workers need to come and show you all how to get the job done on time and under budget.

  • Pat
    July 02, 2010 - 13:12

    Fort Mac, Alberta - I totally agree, (look at the project manager on site with his hands in his pockets).

  • Jerome
    July 01, 2010 - 20:23

    Taxpayer lV from NL writes: I really, really hope this project comes to fruition, however this company has a spotty record. I'll believe it when I see the plant up and running.

    It would be more gratifying if the project didn't go ahead. Then Danny could say I told you so

  • Taxpayer lV
    July 01, 2010 - 20:15

    I just get the feeling that the company wants to keep us stringing along till they get the ovoid into the quebec smelters, then come up with some reason to shut down the project, and don't think for a second that they won't do it.

  • Taxpayer lV
    July 01, 2010 - 20:08

    I really, really hope this project comes to fruition, however this company has a spotty record. I'll believe it when I see the plant up and running.

  • Fly-In-Fly-Out
    July 01, 2010 - 20:08

    With the wage difference between here and Alberta and the shift (10 in - 4 out), why would I want to work there anyways? I can go to Fort McMurray and work for a minimum of $35/hr ($23.66 at Long Harbour) and work a 20 and 8 shift (or better). But guess what Vale Inco (and our so called Unions), the outlook for the Oil Sands is excellent for the spring, with old projects restarting and new ones starting fresh. That means to retain your workforce, you will need to get your act together because you'll be competing with big oil .

  • It will not build
    July 01, 2010 - 20:05

    Weather?!? No wonder nothing gets done in this province and we need to whip the workers from NL out in Alberta to work. A little snow or rain and everyone thinks they get to stay home and be paid.

    Water in the ground is not an issue, frozen ground is not an issue. Lazy workers are the issue.

    I guess the real workers need to come and show you all how to get the job done on time and under budget.

  • Pat
    July 01, 2010 - 19:49

    Fort Mac, Alberta - I totally agree, (look at the project manager on site with his hands in his pockets).