General Motors of Canada Ltd. has the word "target" written all over it as the Canadian Auto Workers union and Big Three officially kick off bargaining in Toronto. It’s a week marked by three days of handshakes and rhetoric as a prelude to negotiating sessions at the master and local level, culminating in the Labor Day selection of a lead company with which to set the pattern agreement for the others to follow. First to open talks was GM Canada on July 16, followed by Ford of Canada Ltd. ...

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