The Canadian Auto Workers union must renegotiate its labor agreement with General Motors of Canada Ltd. to achieve wage parity with Toyota Canada Inc. by May 15 or the auto maker will cease operations in the country, the CAW president says. In a conference call today with members of the media, a perturbed Ken Lewenza says the CAW was summoned to an “unusual meeting” yesterday by GM and Canadian federal and Ontario provincial representatives. The union was issued an “ultimatum” and ...

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