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    :: Wednesday, July 02, 2008 ::

    'Made in Canada' a rare sight, yes, but Canadian manufacturing not totally in dark - The Canadian Press
    'The true blue-collar worker who came out of high school and assumed as part of a union he was going to be able to trade his labour as opposed to his knowledge for income, that is gone,' he says.

    'Every single person we've hired in the last eight years has a college diploma. Our workforce help us design production lines, workflow, they've helped reduce costs, improve quality and increase output.'
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