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New World Trade Centre building features spire made by Mohawk Ironworkers

The main building of the new World Trade Centre in New York City is rising into the sky. This week, the work reached a new stage with the arrival of the building's spire, made here in Quebec. We'll catch up with one of the ironworkers doing some of the high-wire work, Steve Cross, continuing the long tradition of Mohawk workers from Kahnawake.

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