Canada needs an automotive policy to ensure its survival as a car-making country, given the demise of the U.S.-Canada Autopact that once was the carrot that encouraged investment on Canadian soil. So says Buzz Hargrove, president of the Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union, who met March 12 with Ontario Minister for Economic Development and Trade Robert Runciman in Toronto to make a case for government action to develop an automotive strategy. Hargrove emerged without any firm commitment, ...
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