Daybreak North | Apr 29, 2014 | 6:45

Mother, father and son among hundreds laid off in Tumbler Ridge.

Two weeks ago, Monica Jeffrey, her husband, and her son all had jobs at the Wolverine coal mine in Tumbler Ridge. Today they are among over four hundred people laid off as a result of the decision to shut down the mine. We spoke to Ms. Jeffrey at her home

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