Windsor eh? Hmmmmm....Quoting the Detriot News here...
"Union leaders quickly endorsed as his successor a former Chrysler Canada assembly worker from Windsor who vows to fight against two-tier wages and concessions that American auto workers already have accepted."
Hello Mexico....we have these Canadian jobs that we need to move...
Would he be doing his job if he conceded to all the wants and desires of the company? Given that I don't think this would be representing his constituency as is expected. What would be the more appropriate way represent and support the CAW?Yeah, because the CAW is SOOOO hard line and ****y.
No, they didn't Ken Lewenza (one of Buzz's cronies) is taking the top spot uncontested. It will be business as usual at the CAW. Or it'll be out of business in no time with the way they're running it. He has already said the exact same crap Buzz said before the talks for the current contracts wnet ahead "no two tier wage system."Hopefully the CAW recognizes the need for a leader that understands what it will take to keep some manufacturing work in Canada. The old hard-line tactics are obsolete and ineffective.