Wet’suwet’en experience with heavy machinery on pipeline project will pay off years from now

Wet’suwet’en experience with heavy machinery on pipeline project will pay off years from now

Wet’suwet’en experience with heavy machinery on pipeline project will pay off years from now

“This is a great opportunity for people who have skills, but don’t have a huge amount of time on the machines, to gain that time and become employable pretty much anywhere in B.C.,” said Troy Young of Kyah Resources, who is among Wet’suwet’en members starting to speak out as anti-pipeline protests spread across Canada.
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Wet’suwet’en experience with heavy machinery on pipeline project will pay off years from now

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