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Layoffs out West


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  • 3 weeks later...

Drivers are drying up, know a couple of operators that are looking. Turn key types of course.

Had a guy from BC hydro call today looking for 212's and 214's for construction work (repairing the lines that have burnt) Had to smile, 2.gifGuys are timeing out and I'm on dead alert, oh well four hours is better than none. The Whistler area is DRY and tense.6.gif

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You have to forgive me guys, I heard this rumour when the fires were raging in Ontario...a fellow rotor head was telling me this...and that is why I asked. I now realize how stupid of a question it was...but in this industry you just never know. Hey 412 I was actually thinking of going out west looking for work...I am a lowtimer, do you think this would be beneficial?..or would I simply be in the way. And I am always ready to work...boots on, bags packed.

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