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Donkin mine owner lays off workers; no word on how many

Kameron Coal couldn't say when mine will reopen after roof collapse two weeks ago

CBC News

Workers have been laid off at Nova Scotia's only underground coal mine in Donkin following a roof collapse two weeks ago.

Kameron Coal, the mine's owner, told CBC News in an email that a number of workers received records of employment on Wednesday, allowing them to apply for federal employment insurance benefits. The company did not say how many people were laid off.

The mine has been subject to a number…

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Donkin mine owner lays off workers; no word on how many

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