Coun­cil­lor con­fi­dent about mine

Cape Breton Post - - NEWS - BY SHARON MONT­GOMERY-DUPE DONKIN smont­gomery@cb­post.com

As Cape Bre­ton an­tic­i­pates news of the open­ing of the Donkin Mine soon, Dist. 8 Coun. Kevin Sac­cary said there are signs things are pro­gress­ing.

“A few days ago I heard a pri­vate jet landed at the Syd­ney Air­port and let some work­ers off with suit­cases,” he said.

Sac­cary said through an ear­lier con­ver­sa­tion with rep­re­sen­ta­tives of the Cline Group, he was told some em­ploy­ees in Cline’s Illi­nois mine were in­ter­ested in com­ing to work in Cape Bre­ton for the set up process. He said it ap­pears peo­ple are be­ing brought in to help get the mine started - for the ori­en­ta­tion process.

“My un­der­stand­ing is they vol­un­teered to come here to work - key man­agers in their re­spected fields.”

Kameron Coal Man­age­ment Ltd. have been post­ing job list­ings on www.in­deed.com

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