Magna and CAW Reach First Contract; VW Facing Strike in Brazil The Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union and Magna International reach agreement on their first labor contract, a 3-year pact that covers 700 workers at the Integram seat-making plant near Windsor, Ont. The facility supplies the nearby Chrysler Group minivan plant. CAW Local 444 President Ken Lewenza says the plant was organized back in 1999 but Magna contested it. In January 2001, the supplier dropped its challenge and 21 ...

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