Last of two parts The auto industry takes a starring role in almost every conversation about NAFTA. In many cases, jobs in the automotive industry were the kind of jobs that people could count on for life. Someone could come right out of high school, make decent money, get good benefits, put in 30 years, and be taken care of in retirement. They were the kinds of jobs that could entice someone like Tom Benner to move out of central Ohio in favor of northwest Ohio. Mr. Benner, who grew up in Tiffin, eventually settled in Columbus. But in the early 1990s, he eagerly returned home for a job at Honeywell in Fostoria, where his father had also worked. “It provided a great living for our family, and I knew a lot of other people who worked there. We moved from Columbus back to Tiffin to work
Just over a year ago, Corina and Joe Colacicco — both employees at the General Motors facility in Oshawa, Ont., — sold their house and bought a bigger one to accommodate their growing family. Today, the couple is contemplating what might happen if GM decides to close up shop.
A national director with Unifor remains hopeful a buyer can be found for Gingrich Woodcraft, a furniture factory in northwestern Ontario. It closed a year ago after workers voted in favour of unionizing.
VICTORVILLE — For hundreds of former employees of the shuttered AGC Glass Plant, the dream of returning to work there died many years ago, but a recent sign erected on the property has some thinking about the good old days.Former employees told the Daily Press the recent property “available” signs that popped up along Silica Road stir up positive and negative emotions for the group that picked up the pieces of their lives and moved on nearly 10 years ago.“When the
According to the Administration official, Lynch asked Comey to follow Justice Department policies, but he said that he was obliged to break with them because he had promised to inform members of Congress if there were further developments in the case. He also felt that the impending election created a compelling need to inform the public,
The viability of the only deepwater port connected to Canada's transportation network is no small matter, at a time when climate change is opening up the Arctic Ocean to shipping, and powerful nations like Russia and China pose new threats to Canada's sovereignty.
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