(Adds details from hearing, quote) TORONTO, June 19 (Reuters) - An Ontario court did not deliver a ruling on Thursday on C$1.5 million ($1.5 million) in damage claims by General Motors of Canada against the Canadian Auto Workers union, and it is doubtful the company will pursue the matter further, a CAW official said. The only thing agreed to in Ontario Superior Court in Whitby, Ontario, was that each party would pay their own court costs, said CAW Local 222 Chairman Keith Osborne. He ...
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