The rhetoric rollercoaster is back on track with a deadline of midnight Sept. 17 to reach a new master agreement between General Motors of Canada Ltd. and the Canadian Auto Workers union. GM issued a second economic offer Sunday (Sept. 15) that lays the groundwork for a settlement, kickstarting a stalemate that followed the first offer late Friday (Sept. 13) and had CAW President Buzz Hargrove convinced a strike was inevitable for 20,000 Canadian workers. A 3% wage increase in the first ...

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