General Motor Corp.'s Oshawa No. 2 car plant was hit by a wildcat strike last Wednesday (Oct. 20) morning, a day after the automaker tentatively had settled with the Canadian Auto Workers union on a new national contract. The No. 2 facility makes the Buick Century and Regal and Chevrolet Lumina. Apparently between 40-100 employees managed to idle an entire shift by walking off the job to protest the lack of a local union contract to go along with the national deal signed the night before ...

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