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Female Mohawk ironworkers are shattering stereotypes that the trade is solely a "man's job." Three determined women share their experiences about life on the job site and after.
John Squires has been in the business for over 40 years and there are no signs of stopping him anytime soon. As a veteran ironworker, John is indispensable on a job site, offering his years of wisdom to the next generation.
A group of Mohawks travel far from home, to a Saskatchewan potash mine where they construct rigs rivaling the size of major skyscrapers. The paydays for the job are great, but the cost of working so far from their families may be even greater.
Six Nations of the Grand River is the largest First Nations reserve in Canada, so it is home to a lot of ironworkers, and ironworking lore. Today, two generations of ironworkers work together to build for the future.
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