Ice Road Truckers has become one of the most successful reality motoring shows of all time, thanks to the combination of the constant threat of danger on the Alaskan ice roads and the larger-than-life characters who take jobs driving rigs across miles of ice and snow. The show was canceled in after ten years on the History Channel, including a spin-off series in which some of the best-known truckers from the show tackle the most dangerous roads in the world. For all the drama on the show, there were just as many things that went on behind the scenes that fans were never told about, or which were hidden even from the cast and crew — many of which are on the list below. There is hardly a stream of traffic on the remote roads used by the truckers on the show, so the drivers know that if their vehicles breakdown they could be waiting a long time.
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James E. Breeding, Steven B. Shirey, and Douglas Ashbury. Since mining operations began in , it has produced over million carats of diamonds. This article will review the discovery, development, and operation of the mine, which is situated in a remote subarctic setting in the Northwest Territories.
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Truck driving in Canada: The Canadian trucking industry finds itself struggling to keep drivers. The wages have not kept up to the rapid increase in the cost of living in Canada. This scenario has caused a high rate of turnover in the Canadian trucking industry, and thus a shortage of skilled, qualified truck drivers.
In a typical winter, thousands of ice anglers take the hourlong drive north from Warroad through Canada to reach the storied walleye waters off the Northwest Angle. The Canadian border has been closed to all but essential travel from the U. Last summer, Gregg Hennum took anglers across Lake of the Woods in his boats. The ice road opened in January and is working pretty well so far. But driving it is a strange, and sometimes hair-raising, experience.