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Employment Insurance running out for displaced Burns Lake mill workers

Employment insurance is winding down for many of the displaced sawmill workers in Burns Lake. Others lost their safety net more than a month ago, and bank accounts for these people are already running thin. Hundreds of people lined up at yesterday's job fair hoping to find local work, including Leona West and her husband Dwayne Joseph. West spoke with Leisha Grebisnki.

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