WINDSOR, ON, Canada – Canadian governments should maintain an ownership stake in General Motors Co. to ensure the nation’s place in the auto maker’s manufacturing future, says Ken Lewenza, president of the Canadian Auto Workers union. “Having a face at the table with partial ownership could push future investment, future security,” Lewenza tells reporters here following a public appearance at a Rotary Club luncheon. “Not just for our members, but economic security as a nation.” ...

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