Members of the Canadian Auto Workers union ratify by 79.6% a new labor contract with General Motors of Canada Ltd., concluding this round of negotiations with the Big Three. By the end of the 3-year agreement, there could be as many as 1,000 fewer GM workers in Canada, but the downsizing will be done through attrition. (See related story: GM, CAW Deal Would Cut 900 Jobs) The workforce in Oshawa, Ont., will shrink by about 300 workers a year assembling vehicles. Another 500 likely will be ...

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