Canadian Auto Workers President Buzz Hargrove says he already has begun pressing local and national government to help fund a new future for Ford Motor Co.’s St. Thomas, Ont., assembly plant, marked for a shift-reduction and an uncertain future by the auto maker’s latest restructuring plan. Hargrove says Ford plans to cut one of two shifts currently operating at St. Thomas next year, taking out 1,200 jobs at the facility.(See related story: Ford Closing Seven Assembly Plants ) But he ...
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