Change in oilpatch upgrader plans will cost Alberta jobs, labour says
It used to be a foregone conclusion that the gigantic shovel-and-dumptruck operations in the oilsands would go hand-in-hand with an upgrader — a multibillion dollar facility to turn the sticky bitumen squeezed from the sand into lighter oil that refineries can handle more easily.
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