Sharing the labor pains
Northwest Territories cabinet minister hopes to work collaboratively with Alaska to solve aging workforce, tightening labor market
For Petroleum News
In a hands-across-the-border offer, Northwest Territories Industry Minister Brendan Bell is ready to work “collaboratively” with Alaska to find answers to the labor crunch that would hit both jurisdictions if the two Arctic gas projects proceed back-to-back.
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