CAW faces ‘most crucial’ round of negotiations

Outcome will impact auto companies’ choices about new investment, plant closure: Expert

The future of Canada’s auto sector, and 25,000 workers at plants across Ontario, hangs in the balance in the upcoming negotiations between the Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union and the Detroit Three automakers this September, according to Gary Chaison, an industrial relations expert at Clark University in Worcester, Mass., who follows the auto industry.

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