GM in court seeking C$1.5 mln in damages from CAW


TORONTO, June 19 (Reuters) - General Motors of Canada and the Canadian Auto Workers union were due back in Ontario Superior Court Thursday morning as the company seeks C$1.5 million ($1.48 million) in damages from the union after a 12-day blockade of GM's Canadian headquarters. In a notice of action filed June 10, GM argued that the CAW "unlawfully blocked and delayed GMC employees and vehicles from entering or exiting the Oshawa, (Ontario) Facility." It said it was seeking C$250,000 ...

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