TORONTO, Sept 23 (Reuters) - Ford of Canada will be the next target in contract negotiations, the Canadian Auto Workers union said on Monday, as the powerful union gears up for another round of bargaining with the country's Big Three automakers. The announcement comes just one day after 72 percent of the General Motors Canada hourly workers who voted approved a new three-year deal that featured a 3 percent wage increase in each year of first two years of the contract and a 2 percent hike ...
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