Mobile Work in Long Harbour

Hall, Heather and Vodden, Kelly and Barrett, Joshua and Butters, Leanna (2020) Mobile Work in Long Harbour. Research Report. Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador.

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Long Harbour is a host community for most mobile workers employed at Vale’s nickel processing facility. Workers were found to commute into Long Harbour from across the province but mostly from communities within the St. John’s Census Metropolitan Region (CMA). Findings suggest that Long Harbour is also a source community, with many residents commuting daily into St. John’s for work and some commuting long-distance to Alberta and Ontario. This project, however, focused on the community impacts of mobile workers commuting to and from the nickel processing facility both for their source and host communities in the province

Item Type: Report (Research Report)
Item ID: 14228
Additional Information: Findings from research conducted by the Community Impacts Team of the On the Move Partnership, Newfoundland and Labrador.
Department(s): Divisions > On the Move Partnership
Date: February 2020
Date Type: Publication
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