Lear to close Ontario plant, union says


TORONTO, Nov 20 (Reuters) - Car seat maker Lear Corp is closing its plant in Windsor, Ontario, which will lead to more than 160 jobs being lost, the Canadian Auto Workers union said on Tuesday. The move "is another example of the devastating closures that continue to rip through the auto parts, auto assembly and manufacturing sectors," CAW president Buzz Hargrove said in a statement. He blamed the federal Conservative government for failing to act on "unfair trade agreements" and the ...

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