Canada's auto union calls for government help


By Scott Anderson TORONTO, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Canada, and especially its rich province of Ontario, will lose their status in the top 10 world automakers unless governments do more to attract investment, the head of the Canadian Auto Workers union warned on Tuesday. "There is a lot of potential and a lot of upside for the province of Ontario, but it's going to take a realization that the rules have changed. Everyone else has come to that conclusion," CAW head Buzz Hargrove warned ...

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