DETROIT – Ford of Canada President Alain Batty, along with other senior Ford Motor executives, will meet with the Canadian Auto Workers union Thursday to reveal what some fear is the closure of an Ontario assembly plant. Buzz Hargove, CAW president, says the meeting will take place in Windsor. The plant is one of three in North America that faces closure as Ford attempts to regroup from a dramatic plunge in 2001, a published report says. Specifically, Ontario Truck Assembly will join ...

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