Union leader says Canada PM to help save GM jobs


By Frank Pingue TORONTO, Nov 22 (Reuters) - Canadian Auto Workers President Buzz Hargrove said on Tuesday he would team up with the Canadian prime minister to keep General Motors from closing a key plant and slashing thousands of jobs. Hargrove said Prime Minister Paul Martin had called him on Monday after the world's largest automaker said it would cut about 3,900 jobs in Canada and shut its plant in Oshawa, Ontario. "The prime minister of the country is interested and this is not ...

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