Members of the Canadian Auto Workers union have approved their deal with Chrysler, with 90 percent of the membership voting yes.
The Canadian Auto Workers union says it has reached a tentative agreement with Chrysler on a labor contract.
Canadian auto workers at Ford say “yes” to the new contract that their union leadership negotiated last week.
The Canadian Auto Workers union reached a deal on a new contract with General Motors, after a day of tense negotiations.
The head of the Canadian Auto Workers says General Motors is waiting for a counter-proposal from the union and he says there has been significant progress toward a new labor deal.
Most of the focus today will be with Ford, but CAW President Ken Lewenza says his negotiators will be working simultaneously to pattern any agreements at GM and Chrysler.
Marchionne says they’ve made “some progress” in CAW talks, but “there’s a long road to travel”
The Canadian Auto Workers Union has told local leaders to get ready for a strike, just in case one is needed when their contracts with the “Detroit Three” auto companies expire next Monday night.
Windsor Assembly Plant workers have voted almost unanimously in support of a strike.
Talks begin with GM and Chrysler Tuesday, Ford on Wednesday
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