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The BCFL wants the provincial and federal governments to investigate concerns over the hiring of 200 Chinese workers to work in an underground coal mine near Tumbler Ridge.
Concerns include how the workers were recruited and whether or not Canadian miners were given a fair chance to work at the mine first.
HD Mining International, the company developing the coal mine, received 300 applications and interviewed nearly 100 Canadian workers, but none were qualified to work in the mine, said vice-president Jody Shimkus.
Originally posted by BrianG
It should be law that if you are going to rape a country of it's resources you should at least hire some locals to do the work