Union locals back on job at Canada’s Wescast, Lear
Nov 20, 2012 | 09:47 AM
| Corinna Petry
CHICAGO Members of the Canadian Auto Workers union have agreed to new contracts at two Ontario-based auto parts companies in recent days, ending independent strikes at both locations.
Members of CAW Local 504 on Friday voted 98 percent in favor of a new collective bargaining agreement with auto parts maker Wescast Industries Inc., ending a three-week strike at the companys Strathroy, Ontario, operations. CAW Local 504 represents 65 workers at Wescast.....
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