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Men Of The Deeps,Coal Mines Of Cape Breton



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My grand father was a miner and the president of the hub club he passed a few years a good every time I listen to this song it makes me miss him and miss home
Davis day in CB isle tomorrow my social studies showed us this video and I’m in grade 8 I knew about Davis and If you live in Cape Breton you will know what I’m taking the Northside gets a half a day and glace bay new water ford and all them but Sydney has a full day I don’t get it my social studies teacher told me and (my classmates) all schools should a least have a half of day or just make Davis a holiday for CBVRCE I just don’t get why because my social studies teacher also said this “When I went to school Davis day we had the day off” but now someone of CB still got a full day I don’t get it when she said it she made me sooo mad at every school doesn’t get the half a day I’m was so Mad 😡
my dad worked in the mines in Glace bay when he came back from ww2 .he grew up there.he is 91 yrs now in Ontario with alzheimers but bring up coalmining in Glace bay he never forgets.thxs for videos I'm going to show him he will love it.
Greetings Cape Breton! I grew up in a coal mining community in Washington state called Roslyn WA. I still remember listening to the sound of the coal cars making their way up the # 9 rock dump early in the morning, I Hope you and yours are doing well.
may ur great great grandfather rest in peace.  brothers sisters that is why we need UNIONS stand up for better conditions  BROTHERS SISTERS JOIN ME STAND UP BETTER CONDITIONS NEVER AGAIN SHALL POOR CONDITIONS WE ARE ALL MARITIMERS  THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL SONG MAKES ME CRY
i was fortunate enough to go through the miners museum with my grandad and hear from him all he had to say. that man was the hardest working man i ever knew. and proud till the day he died.
My grandfather was a glace bay minor...God bless Francie Gillis:)
Your Great Grandpa is a true Hero and Davis Day is the finest civic holiday in Canada. I grew up on Warren Ave. in New Waterford and if I'm not mistaken just a block away from your gramdpa who lived on Pellet Ave.? Not sure, It was a long time ago. Forever Rest In Peace to your Great Grandpa Steve
I LIVED UP THERE OFF AND ON 3 YEARS... I LOVED EVERY MINUTE ... I METALL THE MEN OF THE DEEPS.... AND MORE... LOVE EM!
Davis Day tomorrow in CB...Even tho I am away now,I will say a prayer for him tomorrow.A proud NewWaterford boy here.
My Grandfather George Rehberg worked in the # 2 and # 26. There's a road named after our Family in L'Ardoise.... Martell / Rehberg Rd. When my children head off to school, I plan on moving down. For some reason, nowhere else in this world seems like " HOME ".
I love this video and I love the music! Most of the men in my dad's family worked in the mines at one time or another, especially Princess Colliery on Pitt Street in Sydney Mines.
Thanks for this great video and all the others you have made, Buddy! KEEP ON TRUCKIN
My cousin is in this :D
My Mother , born Glace Bay...Her father was a coal miner- my Grandfather- Eulalaia Tucker , my sept family are "MacNeill's" my Graet Grand Uncle Hector P. MacNeill - was A.Grahm Bell's right hand man- thanks for the song-
Yes he did and thank you for your comment....
RIP my great great grandpa was william davis he died for his beliefs
R.I.P. great uncle lonnie. 1920-1963 died in the mines in glace bay
My grandfather is in the men of the deeps. :) Its wicked when you see them live.
My uncle is currently in the Men of the Deeps, Alf Carmicle


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Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.

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Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.