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CAW, Tories differ on auto industry measures

Published by Steve Coleman on April 20, 2012

Canadian Auto Workers and the federal government both agree that saving auto industry jobs are a priority.

They're on different pages, however, when it comes to how they should be saved.

While the CAW released its wish-list this week with plans to call on the federal government to create a national auto-making policy, the Conservatives say they plan to stay the course to keep the vehicles rolling off assembly lines in cities like Oshawa and Windsor.

The Harper government says tax incentives continue to be the best way to keep Canada's auto industry in Canada.

A Windsor Star story looks at the issue.

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