Mapping Life in Fort McMurray

Diverse Relations of People, Oil, and Place (2007-2009)

FRANK

Frank

Environmental Consultant, Periodic Work in the Region, Staying in Work Camp, English Canadian, 30s

“Hey, I’m up here all week and then I think when I go home I turn around and I might be out to Medicine Hat the next day so I mean it kind of makes it difficult. You don’t have much of a personal life when you are up here –  you’re just kind of hanging out working, really. There’s only so much you can do. . . I’ll do some jail bars too, I guess, sometimes.  [The camps] just feel like that sometimes. Get you a little cell.”

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