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CAW and Ford's New Tentative Agreement

With hours to go until the end of their contract with the Big Three Auto, the Canadian Auto Workers managed to come to an agreement with one of them. Laura spoke with Charlotte Yates, professor of labour studies and political science to fine out what the terms of this deal means for the CAW and other unionized workers. Listen audio (runs 7:10)

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