CAW in difficult negotiations with two companies, Ford talks could start soon


TORONTO — With some workers set to go on strike, others trying to reach an agreement after their contract has expired and still others set to enter a gruelling set of negotiations, the Canadian Auto Workers won’t be taking a summer holiday any time soon.

About 250 members of the union could be on strike as early as Wednesday morning if they’re unable to reach a deal with their employer, a division of heavy-equipment dealer Toromont Industries Ltd. (TSX:TIH).

Meanwhile, a CAW contract with Navistar has expired without a new agreement and the two sides have ceased negotiations for the time being.
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One thought on “CAW in difficult negotiations with two companies, Ford talks could start soon

  1. It is really bad news, we are hearing. But we will say please don’t leave hope.

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