Magna International Inc. and the Canadian Auto Workers union sign an agreement that could signal a new era in labor relations in Canada, the union’s president says. Dubbed the “Framework of Fairness,” the deal opens the door for Magna’s 18,000 Canadian workers to unionize but only under certain conditions, including a revolutionary no-strike clause. “This has been a lot of work, a lot of hours working our way through this thing,” CAW President Buzz Hargrove tells Ward’s. “It’s an ...
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