CHATHAM, Ont. — International Truck and Engine has reached a tentative deal with striking Canadian Auto Workers union members at its Chatham plant.
Workers will vote on the deal, which is poised to end a six-week strike that saw a union supporter injured after the company attempted to bus replacement workers into its plant.
The company announced a two-year deal with other details of the settlement withheld pending results of a union ratification vote scheduled to begin this morning.
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