By summer 2018, an influx of temporary workers will arrive in Kindersley and surrounding region to complete a portion of the Enbridge Line 3 Replacement Program. The project is the largest in Enbridge’s history and, according to company representatives, it will bring approximately 800 employees to the area for at least a half year period.
Community Engagement Strategist Joanne Bradbury attended the April 23 Regular Meeting of Kindersley Town Council to discuss the project and the company’s advance work to prepare for a smooth entry into the community. Kindersley is one of nine construction spreads within the project for the pipeline that begins in Hardisty, AB.
Homeowners interested in supporting the Enbridge Line 3 project by providing accommodation for workers are encouraged to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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