After failing to reach a new labor agreement, Canadian Auto Workers Local 127 says it is girding for a long strike against Navistar International Corp. Some 600 workers walked off the job at Navistar’s Chatham, Ont., Canada, plant May 31, following more than a month of negotiations (see related story: Navistar Ontario Plant Workers Prepare to Strike). "The Ball is in their court," Bob Chernecki, assistant to CAW President Buzz Hargrove, told Reuters. "We made a decision and we’re ...

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