Labrador Morning | Nov 19, 2012 | 4:49

No job postings on muskratfallsjobs.com ?

It's not your typical job-posting website. There's no "apply here" button. But Nalcor's new muskrat falls jobs dot com does promote the possibility of work to come. Nalcor launched the new website late last week to try and recruit people to Muskrat Falls. They expect to hire thousands of people for the project. To explain how this new website work, CBC's Peter Cowan reached Vice President of Nalcor, Gilbert Bennett.

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