CORRECTED-Latest meeting with GM 'didn't go too well' - CAW


(Corrects last name in second, fifth, and sixth paragraphs to Zahner from Weiner) By John McCrank TORONTO, June 18 (Reuters) - The Canadian Auto Workers and General Motors of Canada met again on Wednesday to try to resolve their bitter dispute over the closing of an Ontario truck plant, but a union spokesman said there was no progress. Keith Osborne, chairman of CAW Local 222, in Oshawa, said he met with Larry Zahner, manufacturing manager for GM North America, to try to advance ...

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