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Canadians eh...

Discussion in 'Personnel' started by DK88, Mar 8, 2012.

  1. kerri raposo

    kerri raposo New Member

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    Hi, I run a landscape and snow removal company in Hamilton, Ontario, mostly all sizes of bobcats, pickups with plows, and moving up to work for loaders as we been growing(sidewalk crews cut grass in the summer). I'm looking to meet up with locals who want work over the winter to run my bobcats or a pickup plow truck. I always figure if you can run heavy equipment, a bobcat in the snow is just as fun. allseasonlandscaping.ca ask for Kerri.
     
  2. jook24

    jook24 Well-Known Member

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    Hello im from northern Saskatchewan started working for farmers then skidder operator sawmill worker then mill shut down got my own busines going got couple excavators dozer bobcat.Cheers
     
  3. javad

    javad New Member

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    Hi guys,Im iranian &i have 20 years experience with Buldozer D8k and R&T and i had d8R&T, I like immigrate to canada and continue my job even with Buldozer driver for other people with low salary for begin.because i very love my job and i need job offer for immigration,Please tell me my friends is this possible.
    Tnx
     
  4. javad

    javad New Member

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    And is it in Canada, like Iran, the bulldozer has a private owner and works as a contractor for companies (hours or yards) and also driver and driver assistant are with bulldozers owner.and How much does a bulldozer d8R caterpillar cost an hour ?
    Thanks again guys
     
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