Oh Canada, what a pivotal year you’ve seen. Nothing like contract talks between the Big Three and the Canadian Auto Workers union to shake things up, close things down and rewrite the automotive landscape. The talks of 2002 marked the first time, since breaking away from the United Auto Workers union in 1984, that the CAW was not negotiating a contract in the same year as the American union. The UAW contract was set to expire in the fall of 2003. CAW leadership embraced its stand-alone ...

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