The tentative labor agreement between Ford Motor Co. and Canadian Auto Workers labor union have staved off layoffs and plant closures for now. However, the province of Ontario continues to struggle. CLICK HERE if you missed the beginning of this article. Dark times for Canadian Auto Workers Negotiations between Canadian Auto Workers and Ford cover a Read on! →

Multiple sources indicate that the Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) labor union has reached a “tentative” labor agreement with Ford Motor Co. covering wages and benefits for 4,500 Ford workers in Canada. The agreement reportedly prevent a strike at a Ford Edge assembly plant in Oakville, Ontario, that would have had catastrophic consequences for the local Read on! →

Ford and Canadian Auto Workers have reached a tentative labor agreement that has saved jobs. Will the CAW achieve the same degree of success with General Motors and the Chrysler Group? Click if you missed PART 1 or PART 2 of this article. Canadian Auto Workers business shrinking rapidly in Ontario Since 2000, auto industry Read on! →

The Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union has threatened to strike all of Detroit’s Big Three automakers at once if it continues to be unsatisfied with the progress of current negotiations. A triple CAW strike is historically unprecedented. CAW strike my be imminent The CAW says that its members will cease production at Ford of Canada, Read on! →