As the clock ticks toward a strike deadline of 11:59 p.m., Oct. 15, the Canadian Auto Workers union paints a grim picture of contract talks with DaimlerChrysler Canada Inc. (DCC). “It’s like we’re going down two different roads and they know the road they’re on leads to a strike,” says CAW President Buzz Hargrove. “And the fact that they’re still on it Friday morning, with a deadline on Tuesday, does not leave me much room to be optimistic. I think the bargaining is in trouble. I hope I’m ...

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