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    NHHunter is offline Member
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    Default Wanna drive the ice roads this season?

    Apply directly to drive for Hugh

    As you can imagine, Hugh has received many inquiries about working for him on the Ice Roads.
    It's possible to get a job if you are Canadian, or have a Work Permit to drive in Canada.
    If you are American, or another nationality, its not so easy. The first thing you MUST have is a Canadian work permit. To get this, you need to be sponsored by a Canadian company. But here's the unfortunate catch. It's possible for Canadian companies to fill the spots with Canadian drivers, so they are not really all that keen to hire someone from another country! So sincere apologies out there to non Canadian drivers, Hugh, as you can imagine has been inundated with requests for people to drive for him and some of the resumes are outstanding but he is only hiring Canadian drivers or those with a Canadian Work Permit.
    If you have either of these, then send a resume to the address below.
    Hugh hires in November.
    R&R Hoe Service
    18125 Herford Rd
    Winfield BC V4V1B6
    CANADA

    This is the direct phone and fax details of his office in Canada:
    PH: 250 766 0326
    Fax:250 766 0301 (only fax after 7.30pm Pacific Time)
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    http://www.tlicholandtran.com/careers/winterroad.asp
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    You can forward resumes to:

    Nuna Contracting Ltd.
    Human Resources Department
    Suite 202, 5109 - 48 Street
    Yellowknife, NT, X1A 1N5

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    No thanks
    I've worked for enough BBR's in my lifetime.
    Everything I need to know about driving a truck I learned from watching "DUEL"

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    I think you should delete the ph #, his trucks only hauled maybe 1% of the loads... :roll: Hollywood meets the north... Stay south of 49, please... and don't even think of, north of 60...

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    I'd do it but I'll miss the sunny California winter. :P
    and by His stripes we are healed
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    WOW! He's got choice equipment and a real swell guy. :wink:
    When I get old, I move north and drive slow in the fast lane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by continental
    WOW! He's got choice equipment and a real swell guy. :wink:
    Pretty much what I was thinking.

    Hmmm, maybe Drew will want his old job back. :lol: :lol: :lol: :twisted: :twisted:
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    Oh gee, you mean I can drive a 1995 FLD with no heat? Yeah, I'm sure he's received "impressive" resumes.
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    Why would anybody want to work for that A-hole? He's a chump, and his dinosaur equipment is junk. I'd last 2 days with that dude before they ended hauling my butt off to jail.

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    Read on Pumpkindriver yesterday that the rookie TJ is driving for Schneider. Don't know if its true. Somebody supposedly ran into him in Fontana.

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    Hey its really cool they have a web site. If I where to work for anyone on the ice it would be are Holy Brother Alex Debrowski. LOL

    *******s like Hugh are funny I think. But all that pressure driving for hours on thin ice. His attitude would get to me :x

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    I fall asleep trying to drive 55mph,how the hell am I gonna do driving 12mph?
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    I drove on the ice roads last season....PA was no fun last winter......
    Tom

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