Canadian Manufacturing

CAW opens negotiations with GM, Chrysler and Ford

Union has meetings scheduled with automakers to lay out plans for new collective agreement

August 13, 2012  by Canadian Manufacturing Daily Staff

TORONTO—The Canadian Auto Workers’ (CAW) union is opening up a new round of negotiations with the big three.

The union, which represents workers with General Motors, Chrysler and Ford, has a series of meetings scheduled with the North American automakers in Toronto to lay out plans for a new collective bargaining agreement.

According to the CAW, union brass will meet with representatives from GM, followed by Chrysler and finally Ford Aug. 14 and 15 downtown Toronto.


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