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I hope you know you look like an idiot for writing an article like this. The majority of layoffs happened near the end of December or in January so they wouldn't be reflected in the statistics you have used in a blatant attempt to mislead everyone. Try talking to anyone actually working in the oilpatch and you'll know how many people are not working right now. These statistics also don't reflect people who are still working but with greatly reduced hours.
Really, is bang on. Just shows how out of touch Stats Can is, and the big denial by Real Estate Boards and Agents. Have a property listed right now because an oil patch worker has been laid off for more than 2 months now and no end in sight. These people are suffering. Shell cancelled a big project this week and Halliburton just laid off 120 today in Saskatchewan. Maybe, just maybe, you should actually do some Real Investigative Journalism.
Your all dumb. Rig pigs get laid off all the time it's part of the job. All my family is in the oil line in Alberta we started it about 80 years ago we formed spie pipeline and banner man. It's a cycle there was always time they had no work for 6 months and went hard for 6 months.
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