LA MALBAIE, Que., Canada – Its chances might be slim as the financially weakest auto maker of the Big Three, but General Motors of Canada Ltd. wants to lead negotiations this year between the Big Three and the Canadian Auto Workers union during national contract talks. GM of Canada Ltd. President Michael Grimaldi says the auto maker is best suited to be the “target company” of the CAW due to the size of its operations in the country. Michael Grimaldi “I've been asked: Does General ...

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