What happens to the workers when their jobs are shipped overseas?

The truck driver who once made millions on the Montgomery Water Works’ asphalt roads is no longer driving his tractor, but he’s not the only one who’s been moved overseas.

The trucking company says it plans to put about 2,500 workers back on the job in the U.S. by the end of this year.

But there’s a catch: They’ll be driving for the new company, TransCanada, and it won’t pay them.

“It is not a good situation for our employees,” said a TransCanada spokesperson.

The company says the workers, who are all part-timers, have a “significant impact” on the company’s bottom line.

They’ll lose their jobs, said TransCanada CEO Chris Parsons.

He said the workers will have to be moved to other parts of the company.

The Montgomery Water works is a $6 billion project to turn water into drinking water in the western United States.

About 80 per cent of the work is done in the northern region, but there are also some water and sewer work in the southern region.

TransCanada says it has a contract with the federal government to transport the workers to the new TransCanada-owned site in North Dakota, which is about 80 kilometres (50 miles) from the work site.

The work is expected to be finished by the middle of 2019.

But the workers won’t be able to return to work until 2024.

Transcanada said it’s still evaluating the new site and the workers’ relocation.

It said it has “strong concerns” about workers’ safety, the health of the water supply and that the project has not been transparent.

The workers, all men, work on the asphalt road.

They are paid a base wage of $8.75 per hour and are required to pay for food and medical care.

They have been working for the company since they started in 2008, but they were moved to the site because they were already employed.

It says the new workers will get $16.50 an hour starting on April 1.

The contractors have hired an outside contractor to perform the work.

TransCanada has not said when the work will begin.

But Parsons said the work would start “as soon as possible.”

TransCanada said in a statement that the workers “are a critical component” of the project.

“The project will ensure that our project’s critical infrastructure is operational and safe for our customers,” the statement said.

Trans Canada is not alone in its concerns about the new jobs.

The American Trucking Associations says the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, which would carry Canadian oil from the Bakken region to refineries in Texas, would mean the construction and transportation of the roads and bridges that connect to the Gulf Coast.

In June, Transcanadians protested in the streets of the city of Bismarck, North Dakota.

The protesters said the company was planning to dump toxic waste in their waterways.

“This is not going to be a good outcome for us, for the environment, for our community, for anyone,” said protester Jana Koss, who was on the front lines during the protest.

Trans Canadians have also expressed concerns about jobs at the Keystone Pipeline’s main terminal, where the pipeline is being built.

In April, Trans Canada filed a lawsuit against the North Dakota Department of Environmental Quality, alleging the state had not properly tested the Keystone pipeline’s safety in an effort to “avoid liability and environmental harm.”