The Canadian Auto Workers union is “more than willing” to extend a no-strike guarantee to Toyota Motor Corp. in exchange for a chance to represent its Canadian employees, says the union’s top official. The CAW recently entered into a no-strike/no-lockout deal with Magna International Inc. In return, the supplier agreed to step aside and allow the CAW the opportunity to represent all of its 18,000 Canadian workers. “If we were able to get recognition from them of the union on a volunteer ...
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