Ford of Canada Ltd. finished second and DaimlerChrysler Canada Inc. a distant third, in the Canadian Auto Workers’ strike target sweepstakes, the union’s president reveals. "The decision was between Ford and General Motors," Buzz Hargrove says moments after announcing GM will be used to establish a pattern agreement for the CAW’s 44,357 Big Three members. "For us, in our thinking, if we had an economic pattern there, Ford can’t tie us up by playing silly bugger with the ...
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