Workers at the Magna Integram plant near Windsor, Ont. voted last week 317-285 in favor of a union. Fifty-four of the ballots, however, are “contested” and will be reviewed by the Ontario Labour Relations Board prior to a final ruling, expected sometime in late November, a Canadian Auto Workers spokesman says. Organization of the Magna International Inc. plant was a sticking point in the recent CAW-DaimlerChrysler AG labor talks (see Ward's Automotive Reports — Oct. 11, '99, p.3). • ...

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