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    :: Monday, October 10, 2005 ::

    100,000 jobs in B.C. there for the taking - By Scott Simpson, Vancouver Sun
    Labour shortage isn't looming -- it's already here, provincewide study shows

    Canadian Oil Sands Trust updates its Stage 3 progress and capital cost estimate CNW Telbec release
    In the Trust's second quarter 2005 report, we indicated that Syncrude was experiencing progressively lower rates of construction productivity than anticipated due to a shortage and turnover of certain skilled labour coupled with challenges of maintaining sufficient supervisory staff for those trades. This labour issue is a reflection of the competition among large capital projects in the Fort McMurray area.
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