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Canada / Economy #285488

CBS Evening News for Friday, Aug 20, 1982
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Sudbury, Ontario) Demonstration greeting Prime Min. Pierre Trudeau's train in protest of his economic policy examined; films shown. [Miner Walter KIENAPPLE - thinks region may be revived in future.] Sudbury's dependence on mineral deposits for economy and closing of mines at present noted. [Falconbridge Limited spokesperson James KRANE - thought they would last forever.] Sudbury' s unemployment rate noted. [INCO, Limited spokesperson Winton NEWMAN - hopes to weather out crisis.] Miners said facing indefinite layoff in January; Derry Sander's plight cited as example [SANDER - notes difficulty in finding work.] Impact of mine closings on town's support inds. cited. [Miner Boyd SKEFFINGTON - hopes to survive.] Theory f region's mineral richness recalled.
REPORTER: Ned Potter

Potter, Ned;
Rather, Dan

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