Ford and the Canadian Auto Workers union ratify a new 4-year labor agreement over the weekend that the auto maker says will improve competiveness and create jobs. The agreement with Ford is the union’s first deal reached with the Detroit Three and serves as a model for pattern bargaining with Chrysler and General Motors, CAW President Ken Lewenza says. “Our members at Ford recognize that in these uncertain times some of the most important elements of a new collective ...
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