Government protection for Canada’s auto industry and aggressive organizing efforts top the agenda of Ken Lewenza, incoming president of the Canadian Auto Workers union. “Somehow, some way we’ve got to convince government to enact some manufacturing/industrial policy in Canada that will keep manufacturing in Canada,” Lewenza tells Ward’s on the eve of a special weekend CAW convention to name a successor to Buzz Hargrove. Hargrove, 64, is retiring after 16 years at the helm of Canada’s ...
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