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But here I am, in Fort Mc Murray, working for Big Oil.
Less than a year after the end of World War II, when Celina Harpe was just seven, she sat beside her grandfather on the steps of his cabin, overlooking the Athabasca River in the northern reaches of Alberta.
Meanwhile, Imperial Oil's Wapasu camp houses more than 7,300.
It even has its own airstrip to accommodate workers as they fly in and out on chartered 747s.
The big "camps" have gyms and rec rooms with pool and ping pong tables; a few even have ice rinks, yoga classes and movie theaters.
There are stories of late-night card games where guys bet – and lose – entire paychecks just for a rush.
“Look at the beautiful river, the way it looks now,” her grandfather said.