UPDATE 1-Union calls off Canadian Toyota plant vote bid


(Adds Toyota, union reaction, analyst's quote, background, byline) By John McCrank TORONTO, March 19 (Reuters) - A union seeking to organize a Toyota Motor Co plant in Canada withdrew its bid for certification on Wednesday saying it did not have enough signatures. "Based on a bargaining unit employee list with over 900 new additional names submitted by Toyota late yesterday...it was clear we didn't have enough signed membership cards," said Ian Morland, an organizer for the ...

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