Ford shuttered St. Thomas, ON, Canada plant last year.
Canadian Auto Workers President Ken Lewenza calls on the Canadian government to craft a national auto policy to prevent the country’s automotive sector from shrinking further. “We don’t know how committed the government is to a national auto policy,” he says today in a conference call with the media. “The auto industry should be a national economic priority.” Lewenza says it’s time for industry leaders and government officials to collaborate on ...
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