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    :: Sunday, March 19, 2006 ::

    N.B. firms look for boom jobs - By David Finlayson, The Edmonton Journal
    Two dozen New Brunswick metalworking companies will be trolling Alberta next week for a piece of the economic boom.

    But they won't be trying to steal clients from local firms, but, rather, to get some of the scraps the locals can't handle, said Jim Goodin, president of the New Brunswick Metalworkers Association.
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