Enbridge, Minnesota unions sign labor agreement for Line 3 project
Thursday, December 12, 2019
ST. PAUL — Line 3 oil pipeline owner Enbridge on Tuesday, Dec. 3, inked a labor agreement that company officials estimate will create around 2,000 jobs for Minnesota trade workers.
The planned replacement of pipeline segments that run through the state is projected to require a construction workforce of about 4,200. With the agreement now in place, the entirety of that contingent will be backed by unions and around half of it will be made up of local laborers.
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