He works as a foreman 20 days on 4 days off and sometimes works extra days to facilitate his team’s schedule. He says the company is being too cheap and cutting down on scafolders. This means mistakes will happen that will be paid for later. When the company moved a team of scafolders to a less comfortable site where you share the shower room many of the men responded by quitting. “There are five to ten million dollars of drugs coming into the camps a week and I could end up in jail for one of my workers mistakes “ He could not praise his own community of honest farmers in New Brunswick enough, and pointed out that they do not use any hormones on the cows. He was considering leaving the camps and joining his family in Edmonton for more regular hours. The whole family likes to camp and hunt in Alberta.