Prison with a paycheck or a cruise ship ride?

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Cruise_ship_2 A short video shows Albion Village, Shell's $12billion facility housing 2,500 workers in Wood Buffalo, in Alberta, Canada, where oil deposits are comparable to those in Saudi Arabia.

Though some call it a prison with a paycheck, the company hopes that the Albion's five recreational directors, a golf simulator, and a generous three-pound weekly steak allowance will be enough to prevent losses of millions of dollars caused by labor shortages.

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