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Seven years after the successful “Ships Start Here” campaign won a huge piece of Canada's national shipbuilding contract, “Ships Stay Here” signs are popping up around the Halifax area. Irving Shipbuilders are concerned some of that work might be sailing for Quebec and there’s an effort afoot to keep it anchored on the East Coast.
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