DETROIT – Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union representatives visit Dearborn today (Dec. 3) to meet Ford Motor Co. CEO Bill Ford Jr. and President/COO Nick Scheele, in a get-acquainted session. “And, of course, we’re going to put a word in for the Canadian workers – not to forget them,” says Alex Keeney, chairman of the CAW national Ford unit bargaining committee and president of CAW Local 200 in Windsor, Ont. The CAW will work to stave off any attempt to close a Canadian plant in ...
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