The Canadian Press

1993-02-01 | Shutdown

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A Cape Breton gas-tank manufacturer raised a storm when it abruptly closed shop. Politicians denounced Premium Automotive Tanks of Port Hawkesbury and angry workers stormed the plant. Union spokesman Malcolm Beaton said the workers ran out of options. (Premium later agreed to pay 62 workers three months severance, about $3,600 each.)

Date: 1993-02-01
Placeline: Port Hawkesbury, NS, Canada
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 21 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << the only option we go the other woman's arms and that's it I mean there's nothing else in the area were in such a high unemployment or and, right now there's no options for this company itself on you know they're on the weight of that that they can into our into the strait area they've taken the you know the benefit of all the of the federal provincial funds that were available for them to attack from Santa they've taken the cream and now they're gone >>

Clip ID: 19930201CPCN001