Canadian autoworkers set to vote on strike mandate


TORONTO, Aug 23 (Reuters) - Canadian autoworkers will decide this weekend whether to give their union a mandate to call a strike at the Big Three automakers, as negotiators get set to ramp up contract talks that could shape labor relations throughout the North American industry. The Canadian Auto Workers union said on Friday that the results of the vote would be announced on Sunday. The vote is largely considered a formality before union leaders square off in determined negotiations with ...

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