The Canadian Auto Workers union is trying to avert the planned closure of Navistar International Corp.’s Chatham, Ont., heavy-truck plant. The plant is scheduled to shut down on July 18. Last year workers at Chatham went on a 6-week strike over cost-cutting issues and returned only under the guarantee Navistar wouldn’t close the facility for at least one year. Navistar is planning to shift production from Chatham to Escobedo, Mexico, but recent discussions between the CAW and the truck ...

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