Negotiations for a new labour contract at General Motors of Canada will start Thursday, Buzz Hargrove, president of the Canadian Auto Workers union, said yesterday.
Hargrove said he expects contract talks with GM, as well as with Chrysler Canada, to follow the pattern set by the CAW’s new three-year contract deal with Ford Canada, which was ratified by Ford’s 8,900 CAW members Sunday.
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Hargrove said the CAW will not sign an agreement with GM, where the union represents 15,000 workers, unless it includes new investments in GM plants in Windsor, Oshawa and St. Catharines.