Canadian National Railway Co. and Canadian Auto Workers union representatives returned to the bargaining table late Wednesday in Montreal for the first time since a nearly week-long strike was staged by about 5,000 union employees. The two sides were summoned to resume negotiations by federal mediators in Canada following a silent stalemate that has ensued between the two sides since the strike began Feb. 20, according to a CAW spokesman. GM is “scrambling” to find alternative ...
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