Canada BF Goodrich workers accept Michelin deal


TORONTO, Aug 23 (Reuters) - Workers at the Michelin-owned BF Goodrich plant in Canada voted 94 percent in favor of an offer from the tiremaker, ending a nearly three-month strike, the union said on Monday. Pat Van Horne of the United Steelworkers of America said the ratification of the deal "effectively ends the strike" and workers should be back on the job in "a matter of days." A thousand employees at the Kitchener, Ontario, plant walked off the job June 2 after failed contract talks. ...

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