New Brunswick workers are having a difficult time accepting the hirering of Albertan workers on their home 'turf'. The job involves the building of a natural gass plant in the Bay of Fundy. Hundreds of Albertans have been hired and have moved to New Brunswick. New Brunswickers protested, saying that they should hire the local unemplyed before bringing people in from Alberta. The protesters have been ordered by the court to cease protest. Some Albertans have refused or quit the job to move back home because they are worried about what the protesters may do to them.
There is a strong sense of anti-nationalism displayed by the New Brunswick protesters. They only care about themselves and their rights and are oblivious to the fact that Albertans are part of their nation. But there is a sense of pro-nationalism which is displayed through the New Brunswickers coming together to protest.