CAW union blast Ottawa on lack of auto aid plan


By John McCrank TORONTO, Nov 28 (Reuters) - The leadership of the Canadian Auto Workers union blasted the Conservative government on Friday, saying it has played down the economic crisis and has failed to address the problems in the auto industry. Finance Minister Jim Flaherty "has failed miserably," said Jim Stanford, the CAW's economist, at a meeting in Toronto the union called to discuss the slumping auto sector. "He has a rose colored forecast where he says it's not going to be a ...

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