In a bid to avoid conflict and promote industry stability, the Canadian Auto Workers union will pressure General Motors of Canada Ltd. and Chrysler Canada for early contracts. Buzz Hargrove, CAW president, reveals the plan after the union reaches a tentative agreement – on national and local issues – with Ford of Canada Ltd. The 3-year deal, which freezes base wages and creates an entry-level pay scale that is lower than current workers, was reached more than five months before the ...
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