Preparations are under way to set up post-holiday negotiations between the Canadian Auto Workers union and the Canadian subsidiaries of two Detroit-based auto makers that stand to benefit from a $4 billion federal-provincial aid package. A planning discussion was held today between CAW President Ken Lewenza and his counterpart at Chrysler Canada, says CAW spokeswoman Shannon Devine, adding details such as timing and location have yet to be established. The sessions are required as ...
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