On the outskirts of downtown Vancouver, the Diamond Mines is an empty lot that’s been turned into a bustling, industrial building for decades.
It’s been home to the Diamond Resources Inc. since 1967, and its employees are the heart and soul of the operation.
There are still miners at the mine and, for many, it’s a place to work and play.
In the summer months, the mines is packed to capacity with workers from the local diamond industry, who come from all over the world to work in one of the largest diamond mines in the world.
Diamond Resources has been in business since the 1970s, and has been the company behind the world’s biggest diamond deposits in B.C. Diamond Mines has been running at full capacity since the late 1990s, but the company is no longer able to keep up with demand for its minerals and is having trouble finding people to fill the jobs.
The mines is a small business and the company needs the extra revenue to survive.
That means hiring workers from abroad.
The people who do work at the Diamond mines are mostly young people from the Pacific Rim.
It also means that in the face of rising diamond prices, the company has been forced to lay off workers and close some mines, making them redundant.
But there’s a lot of young people who have joined the mine as the economy has recovered.
The Diamond Mines, like many mining operations, is struggling to stay afloat in a changing world.
The diamond industry in BC has seen an explosion in demand in recent years, especially in China.
It has been growing for decades, and many industries rely on the Chinese government for subsidies and foreign investment.
In a country that has been accused of corruption, the diamond industry has been seen as a way for Chinese business to compete against the rest of the world for cheap minerals.
And in recent decades, the government has begun encouraging more investment in the sector.
In the past decade, BC’s diamond industry grew by a whopping 400 per cent, from $12 billion to $34 billion.
BC Diamonds CEO and president David McIlroy says that was a result of increased demand from China and a massive increase in the number of workers in the industry.
We’ve seen a huge boom in demand and an incredible surge in the labour force, which has allowed us to keep this mine going.
I think we’ve been very successful at making that work for our shareholders and our shareholders’ interests.
This is a challenging time for the industry, and the Diamond Resource is seeing it.
For more than a decade, the mine has been a vital part of the local economy, providing jobs to locals, local services to businesses and residents, and a place for young people to hang out and get involved in their communities.
The mine is one of only a handful of mines in BC that still employs the people who live in the area, and it’s one of many in the province where mining jobs have been disappearing.
As mining prices soared and the economy recovered, Diamond Resources had to rely on foreign investment to stay in business.
That has not always worked out well.
As the industry has seen its fortunes take off, the costs have escalated as well.
While the mine is able to pay its workers a good wage, McIlory said there’s still a lot to be done for the workers.
“The labour force is still not in full swing,” McIlry said.
“And as a result, we’re facing an increase in wages and costs as well.”
In a province where wages have been stagnant for decades and people have been laid off, this is a major issue.
And, unfortunately, it has been happening for years.
With a new wave of mining companies coming to the market, there are also a growing number of companies that are investing heavily in training their workers.
But the lack of training is making it difficult for many of the employees at the mines to find other work.
According to the British Columbia government, the industry is also facing a serious shortage of skilled workers, many of whom have little or no prior mining experience.
A lot of the industry’s employees come from rural areas and the region is experiencing a huge loss of population due to climate change, as well as increasing pressure on the resources industry.
The number of mining jobs in BC is expected to grow from 1.6 million people to more than 6 million by 2031, according to a 2015 study by the BC Government.
But many of those jobs are in the mining industry itself.
There are a lot more jobs in the diamond mines than there were when the mines were first opened, but there are still people looking for other jobs.
On one day a week, the number working at the diamond mine is down to about 300.
McIlory believes the industry will soon be able to find people to work.
He says it will take time. But