The Ontario Labour Relations Board has dismissed objections by Toyota Motor Mfg. Canada Inc., paving the way for its workers to vote Thursday on joining the International Association of Machinists (IAM) and Aerospace Workers union. Toyota disputed the legality of a vote, but the board ruled the IAM is on solid footing. The ruling means the vote will be sanctioned under Ontario law and if workers opt for representation, the IAM will be their legal bargaining agent. Meanwhile, the union ...

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