The United Auto Workers union attempts to re-enter Canada 20 years after its split from the Canadian Auto Workers union by targeting Honda Motor Co. Ltd.’s Alliston, Ont., Canada, plant, the Windsor Star reports. The UAW has opened an office near Alliston, located in southwestern Ontario, and rented a billboard near the plant as a first step in the organizational process. CAW President Buzz Hargrove reportedly downplays the organizational drive, calling the effort not serious and ...

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