Canadian Auto Workers union members OK a new 3-year labor pact with Ford of Canada Ltd. over the weekend, completing negotiations for a new deal more than four months before their previous contract was set to expire. More than 8,900 rank-and-file CAW members at Ford’s Oakville, Windsor and Bramalea ON, Canada, facilities voted 78% in favor of the new contract. “This agreement is a victory for our members,” CAW President Buzz Hargrove says in a statement. “It takes care of current ...
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