General Motors Corp.'s Oshawa, Ont., car assembly plants were hit by a wildcat strike last Monday (Aug. 14) when some 200 Canadian Auto Workers union members reportedly walked off the job at the start of the afternoon shift to protest the suspension of a CAW committee representative. GM estimates it lost production of about 1,500 cars during the labor strife, which ended Wednesday (Aug. 16) when strikers agreed to return to work. The plants make Regal, Century, Impala, Monte Carlo and ...
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