It is a lousy time to have a national contract expire. But that is the situation the Canadian Auto Workers union finds itself in, having negotiated a 3-year contract back in 2002, while the United Auto Workers inked a 4-year pact in 2003. At the time, the CAW was thought to have struck the better bargain, as any trip to the table offers the prospects of bettering wages and conditions for workers. But the UAW must be breathing a sigh of relief it still has two more years of job and ...
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