Talks between Ford of Canada Inc. and the Canadian Auto Workers union may cease before they even begin in earnest, says the union’s chief. “If we can’t get this done in a week or two, it’s not going to get done,” says CAW President Ken Lewenza, noting Ford is refusing to meet its demands. The CAW wants Ford to maintain a manufacturing presence in Canada that is consistent with current levels as a percentage of overall North American production. Of particular importance is the fate of ...

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