Workers at General Motors of Canada Ltd. in Oshawa, Ontario, return to their offices today after a Superior Court judge rules the Canadian Auto Workers union must lift its blockade of the auto maker’s regional headquarters. A statement from the General Motors Corp. subsidiary says it looks forward to working with the CAW in the future. However, it does not respond to allegations in the ruling that it acted deceitfully by negotiating a new contract with the union a month earlier without ...
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