The Canadian Press

2015-08-20 | NB Irving Project

Preview Clip

Almost three-thousand temporary jobs will be created in New Brunswick this fall as the result of a large maintece and upgrade project at the Irving Oil refinery in Saint John. The company has announced the 200-million dollar project, called Operation Falcon, will begin September 16th and last 60 days. New Brunswick Trades Unions president Gary Ritchie says the project is significant. (About 90 per cent of the workers will be hired from within New Brunswick, while about 10 per cent will come from other parts of Atlantic Canada and beyond.)

Date: 2015-08-20
Placeline: SAINT JOHN, New Brunswick.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 14 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << this was the biggest shut down that we've ever done here at the Irving refinery in in my time it's going to be it is significant it's it's going to put a lot of people to work and it'll put most of New Brunswick to work right from from one side of New Brunswick to the other >>