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August 30, 2013
Canadian Auto Workers President Ken Lewenza speaks during a rally held by the Unifor union to protest...
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Auto Workers President Lewenza speaks during a rally to protest against the possible entry of...
Canadian Auto Workers President Ken Lewenza speaks during a rally held by the Unifor union to protest against the possible entry of U.S. telecommunications firm Verizon into the Canadian wireless market, in Toronto, August 30, 2013. Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper disputed claims by his country's leading wireless companies that his government's telecommunications rules give unfair advantages to foreign players like Verizon Communications Inc. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TELECOMS EMPLOYMENT)
CANADA/
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August 14, 2012
Tim McKinnon, a member of the Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) Master Bargaining Committee, listen to Ken...
Toronto, Canada
McKinnon, a member of the Canadian Auto Workers Master Bargaining Committee, listen to Lewenza, National...
Tim McKinnon, a member of the Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) Master Bargaining Committee, listen to Ken Lewenza, National President of CAW, following contract negotiations with General Motors in Toronto, August 14, 2012.REUTERS/Brett Gundlock (CANADA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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August 14, 2012
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) President Ken Lewenza (L) and Chrysler Canada's Director, Manufacturing,...
Toronto, Canada
CAW President Lewenza and Chrysler Canada's Director, Manufacturing, Human Resources, Shagena prepare...
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) President Ken Lewenza (L) and Chrysler Canada's Director, Manufacturing, Human Resources, Glenn Shagena prepare for contract negotiations, in Toronto, August 14, 2012.REUTERS/Brett Gundlock (CANADA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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August 14, 2012
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) National President Ken Lewenza and other members of CAW discuss contract...
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Auto Workers National President Lewenza and other members of CAW discuss contract negotiations...
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) National President Ken Lewenza and other members of CAW discuss contract negotiations with representatives of Chrysler Canada, in Toronto, August 14, 2012.REUTERS/Brett Gundlock (CANADA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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August 14, 2012
Ken Lewenza, national president of CAW (Canadian Auto Workers), discusses contract negotiations with...
Toronto, Canada
Lewenza discusses contract negotiations with General Motors following a meeting in Toronto
Ken Lewenza, national president of CAW (Canadian Auto Workers), discusses contract negotiations with General Motors following a meeting between the two, in Toronto, August 14, 2012
REUTERS/Brett Gundlock (CANADA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
CANADA/
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August 14, 2012
Ken Lewenza, national president of CAW (Canadian Auto Workers), and other members of CAW discuss contract...
Toronto, Canada
Lewenza and other members of CAW discuss contract negotiations with General Motors in Toronto
Ken Lewenza, national president of CAW (Canadian Auto Workers), and other members of CAW discuss contract negotiations with General Motors following a meeting between the two, in Toronto, August 14, 2012
REUTERS/Brett Gundlock (CANADA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
CANADA/
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August 14, 2012
Ken Lewenza, national president of CAW (Canadian Auto Workers), and other members of CAW discuss contract...
Toronto, Canada
Lewenza and other members of CAW discuss contract negotiations with General Motors in Toronto
Ken Lewenza, national president of CAW (Canadian Auto Workers), and other members of CAW discuss contract negotiations with General Motors following a meeting between the two, in Toronto August 14, 2012
REUTERS/Brett Gundlock (CANADA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
CANADA/
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August 14, 2012
Representatives from the Canadian Auto Workers (CAW), Peter Kennedy, CAW national secretary treasurer,...
Toronto, Canada
Representatives of the Canadian Auto Workers begin contract negotiations with representatives from General...
Representatives from the Canadian Auto Workers (CAW), Peter Kennedy, CAW national secretary treasurer, (back L), Ken Lewenza, national president of CAW, (back C) and Chris Buckley, chair of CAW/GM Master Bargaining Committee, begin contract negotiations with representatives from General Motors, David Wenner, General Director of Labour Relations of GM Canada, (front L) and Rex Blackwell, Executive Director of Labour Relations of GM Canada, in Toronto, August 14, 2012.
REUTERS/Brett Gundlock (CANADA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
CANADA/
RTR311Y2
April 21, 2012
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union National President Ken Lewenza speaks during the "We Are Ontario" rally...
Toronto, Canada
CAW National President Lewenza speaks during the "We Are Ontario" rally organised by the Ontario Federation...
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union National President Ken Lewenza speaks during the "We Are Ontario" rally organised by the Ontario Federation of Labour (OFL) in Toronto April 21, 2012. The rally brought dozens of different unions, labour groups, and activists from around Ontario to rally against the Ontario provincial Liberal party budget. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
CANADA/
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April 21, 2012
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union National President Ken Lewenza speaks during the "We Are Ontario" rally...
Toronto, Canada
CAW National President Lewenza speaks during the "We Are Ontario" rally in Toronto
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union National President Ken Lewenza speaks during the "We Are Ontario" rally organized by the Ontario Federation of Labour (OFL) in Toronto April 21, 2012. The rally brought dozens of different unions, labour groups, and activists from around Ontario to rally against the Ontario provincial Liberal party budget. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
CANADA-PROTESTS/TORONTO
RTR2UAUX
November 21, 2011
Canadian Auto Workers union leader Ken Lewenza speaks to the crowd as he joins the Ontario Federation...
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Auto Workers union leader Lewenza speaks to the crowd during the Occupy Toronto movement at...
Canadian Auto Workers union leader Ken Lewenza speaks to the crowd as he joins the Ontario Federation of Labour to protest during the "Occupy Toronto" movement at St. James park in Toronto, November 21, 2011. Ontario Superior Court Judge David Brown upheld an eviction order for protesters camped in downtown Toronto on Monday, giving the Occupy Toronto movement until midnight to vacate the park they've held for more than a month. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
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RTR2NR2H
June 16, 2011
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza speaks at a news conference after CAW reached a tentative...
Toronto, Canada
CAW president Lewenza speaks at a news conference after CAW reached a tentative labour agreement with...
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza speaks at a news conference after CAW reached a tentative labour agreement with Air Canada in Toronto, June 16, 2011. Striking service workers at Air Canada Inc have reached a tentative labor agreement with the country's biggest airline, the Canadian Auto Workers union said on Thursday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CIVIL UNREST)
AIRCANADA/
RTR2NR27
June 16, 2011
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza (C) speaks at a news conference after CAW reached a...
Toronto, Canada
CAW president Lewenza speaks at a news conference after CAW reached a tentative labour agreement with...
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza (C) speaks at a news conference after CAW reached a tentative labour agreement with Air Canada in Toronto, June 16, 2011. Striking service workers at Air Canada Inc have reached a tentative labor agreement with the country's biggest airline, the Canadian Auto Workers union said on Thursday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CIVIL UNREST)
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RTR2NR20
June 16, 2011
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza speaks at a news conference after CAW reached a tentative...
Toronto, Canada
CAW president Lewenza speaks at a news conference after CAW reached a tentative labour agreement with...
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza speaks at a news conference after CAW reached a tentative labour agreement with Air Canada in Toronto, June 16, 2011. Striking service workers at Air Canada Inc have reached a tentative labor agreement with the country's biggest airline, the Canadian Auto Workers union said on Thursday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CIVIL UNREST)
AIRCANADA/
RTR2NR1X
June 16, 2011
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza speaks at a news conference after CAW reached a tentative...
Toronto, Canada
CAW president Lewenza speaks at a news conference after CAW reached a tentative labour agreement with...
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza speaks at a news conference after CAW reached a tentative labour agreement with Air Canada in Toronto, June 16, 2011. Striking service workers at Air Canada Inc have reached a tentative labor agreement with the country's biggest airline, the Canadian Auto Workers union said on Thursday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CIVIL UNREST)
AIRCANADA/
RTR2NR19
June 16, 2011
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza speaks at a news conference after CAW reached a tentative...
Toronto, Canada
CAW president Lewenza speaks at a news conference after CAW reached a tentative labour agreement with...
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza speaks at a news conference after CAW reached a tentative labour agreement with Air Canada in Toronto, June 16, 2011. Striking service workers at Air Canada Inc have reached a tentative labor agreement with the country's biggest airline, the Canadian Auto Workers union said on Thursday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CIVIL UNREST)
AIRCANADA/
RTR2NR15
June 16, 2011
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza speaks at a news conference after CAW reached a tentative...
Toronto, Canada
CAW president Lewenza speaks at a news conference after CAW reached a tentative labour agreement with...
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza speaks at a news conference after CAW reached a tentative labour agreement with Air Canada in Toronto, June 16, 2011. Striking service workers at Air Canada Inc have reached a tentative labor agreement with the country's biggest airline, the Canadian Auto Workers union said on Thursday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CIVIL UNREST)
AIRCANADA/
RTR2NR0N
June 16, 2011
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza speaks at a news conference after CAW reached a tentative...
Toronto, Canada
CAW president Lewenza speaks at a news conference after CAW reached a tentative labour agreement with...
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza speaks at a news conference after CAW reached a tentative labour agreement with Air Canada in Toronto, June 16, 2011. Striking service workers at Air Canada Inc have reached a tentative labor agreement with the country's biggest airline, the Canadian Auto Workers union said on Thursday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CIVIL UNREST)
AIRCANADA/
RTR2NR0I
June 16, 2011
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza (C) arrives at a news conference after CAW reached...
Toronto, Canada
CAW president Lewenza arrives at a news conference after CAW reached a tentative labour agreement with...
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza (C) arrives at a news conference after CAW reached a tentative labour agreement with Air Canada in Toronto, June 16, 2011. Striking service workers at Air Canada Inc have reached a tentative labor agreement with the country's biggest airline, the Canadian Auto Workers union said on Thursday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CIVIL UNREST)
AIRCANADA/
RTR2NR07
June 16, 2011
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza shakes hands with General Vice President, Canada, International...
Toronto, Canada
CAW president Lewenza shakes hands with Canadian General VP of IAM, Dave Ritchie, following a news conference...
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza shakes hands with General Vice President, Canada, International Association of Machinists (IAM) Dave Ritchie (R), following a news conference after CAW reached a tentative labour agreement with Air Canada in Toronto, June 16, 2011. Striking service workers at Air Canada Inc have reached a tentative labor agreement with the country's biggest airline, the Canadian Auto Workers union said on Thursday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CIVIL UNREST)
AIRCANADA/
RTR2NQZG
June 16, 2011
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza arrives at a news conference after CAW reached a tentative...
Toronto, Canada
CAW president Lewenza arrives at a news conference after CAW reached a tentative labour agreement with...
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza arrives at a news conference after CAW reached a tentative labour agreement with Air Canada in Toronto, June 16, 2011. Striking service workers at Air Canada Inc have reached a tentative labor agreement with the country's biggest airline, the Canadian Auto Workers union said on Thursday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CIVIL UNREST IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CANADA-POLITICS/
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May 30, 2011
Canadian Auto Workers Union President Ken Lewenza (R) pins a "paid" button on Canada's Finance Minister...
Toronto, Canada
Ken Lewenza pins a "paid" button on Jim Flaherty during a news conference at the Chrysler Casting Plant...
Canadian Auto Workers Union President Ken Lewenza (R) pins a "paid" button on Canada's Finance Minister Jim Flaherty during a news conference at the Chrysler Casting Plant in Etobicoke May 30, 2011. Flaherty congratulated Chrysler Group LLC for its repayment of C$1.7 billion in outstanding Canadian government loans. REUTERS/Mike Cassese (CANADA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS POLITICS)
CANADA/
RTXWBCI
January 07, 2011
Canadian Auto Workers union (CAW) President Ken Lewenza speaks during the production launch of Chrysler...
Brampton, Canada
CAW President Ken Lewenza speaks during the production launch of Chrysler vehicles at the assembly plant...
Canadian Auto Workers union (CAW) President Ken Lewenza speaks during the production launch of Chrysler vehicles at the assembly plant in Brampton January 7, 2011. The all-new re-designed 2011 Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charger and Challenger will be built at the Brampton assembly plant REUTERS/Mike Cassese (CANADA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
USA/
RTXQCKB
November 04, 2009
Canadien Auto Workers Union President Ken Lewenza talks with reporters during the Reuters Autos Summit...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
Canadien Auto Workers Union President Ken Lewenza talks with reporters during the Reuters Autos Summit...
Canadien Auto Workers Union President Ken Lewenza talks with reporters during the Reuters Autos Summit in Detroit, Michigan November 4, 2009. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTXQCK9
November 04, 2009
Canadian Auto Workers Union President Ken Lewenza talks with reporters during the Reuters Autos Summit...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
Canadian Auto Workers Union President Ken Lewenza talks with reporters during the Reuters Autos Summit...
Canadian Auto Workers Union President Ken Lewenza talks with reporters during the Reuters Autos Summit in Detroit, Michigan November 4, 2009. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
USA/
RTXQCK4
November 04, 2009
Canadian Auto Workers Union President Ken Lewenza talks with reporters during the Reuters Autos Summit...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
Canadiea Auto Workers Union President Ken Lewenza talks with reporters during the Reuters Autos Summit...
Canadian Auto Workers Union President Ken Lewenza talks with reporters during the Reuters Autos Summit in Detroit, Michigan November 4, 2009. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
GM/CANADA-DEAL
RTXLJCF
May 22, 2009
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) President Ken Lewnza (C) listens to Pension and Benefits director Sym Gill...
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Auto Workers President Ken Lewnza listens to Pension and Benefits director Sym Gill speak during...
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) President Ken Lewnza (C) listens to Pension and Benefits director Sym Gill (L) speak beside members of the bargaining committee during a news conference to announce a tentative agreement to cut costs at General Motors Corp's Canadian operations in Toronto May 22, 2009. Lewenza told a news conference that the union had made sacrifices but that it had also preserved wages and pension benefits.
REUTERS/ Mike Cassese (CANADA TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
GM/CANADA-DEAL
RTXLJ1A
May 22, 2009
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza listens during a news conference to announce a tentative...
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza listens during a news conference in Toronto
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza listens during a news conference to announce a tentative agreement to cut costs at General Motors Corp's Canadian operations in Toronto May 22, 2009. Lewenza told a news conference that the union had made sacrifices but that it had also preserved wages and pension benefits.
REUTERS/ Mike Cassese (CANADA TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
GM/CANADA-DEAL
RTXLJ19
May 22, 2009
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza listens during a news conference to announce a tentative...
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza listens during a news conference in Toronto
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza listens during a news conference to announce a tentative agreement to cut costs at General Motors Corp's Canadian operations in Toronto May 22, 2009. Lewenza told a news conference that the union had made sacrifices but that it had also preserved wages and pension benefits.
REUTERS/ Mike Cassese (CANADA TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
GM/CANADA-DEAL
RTXLIZ0
May 22, 2009
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza speaks during a news conference to announce a tentative...
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza speaks during a news conference in Toronto
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza speaks during a news conference to announce a tentative agreement to cut costs at General Motors Corp's Canadian operations in Toronto May 22, 2009. Lewenza told a news conference that the union had made sacrifices but that it had also preserved wages and pension benefits.
REUTERS/ Mike Cassese (CANADA TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
GM/CANADA-DEAL
RTXLIUL
May 22, 2009
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza gestures during a news conference to announce a tentative...
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza gestures during a news conference in Toronto
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza gestures during a news conference to announce a tentative agreement to cut costs at General Motors Corp's Canadian operations in Toronto May 22, 2009. Lewenza told a news conference that the union had made sacrifices but that it had also preserved wages and pension benefits.
REUTERS/ Mike Cassese (CANADA TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
GM/CANADA-DEAL
RTXLIUH
May 22, 2009
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza gestures during a news conference to announce a tentative...
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza gestures during a news conference in Toronto
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Ken Lewenza gestures during a news conference to announce a tentative agreement to cut costs at General Motors Corp's Canadian operations in Toronto May 22, 2009. Lewenza told a news conference that the union had made sacrifices but that it had also preserved wages and pension benefits.
REUTERS/ Mike Cassese (CANADA TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
CHRYSLER/CANADA
RTXECOU
April 25, 2009
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) President Ken Lewenza speaks to the media regarding negotiations with Chrysler...
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) President Ken Lewenza speaks to the media regarding negotiations with Chrysler...
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) President Ken Lewenza speaks to the media regarding negotiations with Chrysler in Toronto, April 24, 2009. Chrysler LLC and the CAW union on Friday reached a tentative agreement on a new labor contract intended to cut costs and keep the struggling automaker from bankruptcy, the union said. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
CHRYSLER/CAW
RTXECO1
April 25, 2009
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) President Ken Lewenza and president of CAW Local 444 Rick Laporte (R) leave...
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Auto Workers President Ken Lewenza and president of CAW Local 444 Rick Laporte leave after speaking...
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) President Ken Lewenza and president of CAW Local 444 Rick Laporte (R) leave after speaking to the media regarding negotiations with Chrysler, in Toronto, April 24, 2009. Chrysler LLC and the CAW Workers union on Friday reached a tentative agreement on a new labor contract intended to cut costs and keep the struggling automaker from bankruptcy, the union said. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
CHRYSLER/CAW
RTXECNX
April 25, 2009
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) President Ken Lewenza and president of CAW Local 444 Rick Laporte (R) embrace...
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Auto Workers President Ken Lewenza and president of CAW Local 444 Rick Laporte embrace after...
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) President Ken Lewenza and president of CAW Local 444 Rick Laporte (R) embrace after speaking to the media regarding negotiations with Chrysler, in Toronto, April 24, 2009. Chrysler LLC and the CAW union on Friday reached a tentative agreement on a new labor contract intended to cut costs and keep the struggling automaker from bankruptcy, the union said. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
CHRYSLER/CAW
RTXECNV
April 25, 2009
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) President Ken Lewenza and president of CAW Local 444 Rick Laporte (R) embrace...
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Auto Workers President Ken Lewenza and president of CAW Local 444 Rick Laporte embrace after...
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) President Ken Lewenza and president of CAW Local 444 Rick Laporte (R) embrace after speaking to the media regarding negotiations with Chrysler, in Toronto, April 24, 2009. Chrysler LLC and the CAW union on Friday reached a tentative agreement on a new labor contract intended to cut costs and keep the struggling automaker from bankruptcy, the union said. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHRYSLER/CAW
RTXECNS
April 25, 2009
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) President Ken Lewenza and president of CAW Local 444 Rick Laporte (C) leave...
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Auto Workers President Ken Lewenza and president of CAW Local 444 Rick Laporte leave after speaking...
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) President Ken Lewenza and president of CAW Local 444 Rick Laporte (C) leave after speaking to the media regarding negotiations with Chrysler, in Toronto, April 24, 2009. Chrysler and CAW union on Friday reached a tentative agreement on a new labor contract intended to cut costs and keep the struggling automaker from bankruptcy, the union said. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
CHRYSLER/CANADA
RTXECN8
April 25, 2009
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) President Ken Lewenza speaks to the media regarding negotiations with Chrysler,...
Toronto, Canada
CAW President Ken Lewenza speaks to the media regarding negotiations with Chrysler in Toronto
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) President Ken Lewenza speaks to the media regarding negotiations with Chrysler, in Toronto, April 24, 2009. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA BUSINESS TRANSPORT EMPLOYMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHRYSLER/CANADA
RTXECN7
April 25, 2009
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) President Ken Lewenza speaks to the media regarding negotiations with Chrysler,...
Toronto, Canada
CAW President Ken Lewenza speaks to the media regarding negotiations with Chrysler in Toronto
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) President Ken Lewenza speaks to the media regarding negotiations with Chrysler, in Toronto, April 24, 2009. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
CHRYSLER/CANADA
RTXECN5
April 25, 2009
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) President Ken Lewenza arrives before speaking to the media regarding negotiations...
Toronto, Canada
CAW President Ken Lewenza arrives before speaking to the media regarding negotiations with Chrysler in...
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) President Ken Lewenza arrives before speaking to the media regarding negotiations with Chrysler, in Toronto, April 24, 2009. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
CHRYSLER/CANADA
RTXECN1
April 25, 2009
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) President Ken Lewenza (C) arrives before speaking to the media regarding...
Toronto, Canada
CAW President Ken Lewenza arrives before speaking to the media regarding negotiations with Chrysler,...
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) President Ken Lewenza (C) arrives before speaking to the media regarding negotiations with Chrysler, in Toronto, April 24, 2009. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
CHRYSLER/CANADA
RTXECMY
April 25, 2009
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) President Ken Lewenza (C) arrives before speaking to the media regarding...
Toronto, Canada
CAW President Ken Lewenza arrives before speaking to the media regarding negotiations with Chrysler,...
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) President Ken Lewenza (C) arrives before speaking to the media regarding negotiations with Chrysler, in Toronto, April 24, 2009. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
CANADA
RTXEAYK
April 23, 2009
Labour activists and union members gather at Queen's Park to advocate pension protections from government...
Toronto, Canada
Labour activists and union members gather at Queen's Park in Toronto
Labour activists and union members gather at Queen's Park to advocate pension protections from government and corporations before Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union President Ken Lewenza spoke in Toronto, April 23, 2009. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA BUSINESS POLITICS)
CANADA
RTXEAYC
April 23, 2009
Labour activists and union members gather at Queen's Park to advocate pension protections from government...
Toronto, Canada
Labour activists and union members gather at Queen's Park in Toronto
Labour activists and union members gather at Queen's Park to advocate pension protections from government and corporations before Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union President Ken Lewenza spoke in Toronto, April 23, 2009. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA BUSINESS POLITICS)
CANADA
RTXEAXX
April 23, 2009
Labour activists and union members gather at Queen's Park to advocate pension protections from government...
Toronto, Canada
Labour activists and union members gather at Queen's Park in Toronto
Labour activists and union members gather at Queen's Park to advocate pension protections from government and corporations before Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union President Ken Lewenza spoke in Toronto, April 23, 2009. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA BUSINESS POLITICS)
CANADA
RTXEAXJ
April 23, 2009
Labour activists and union members gather at Queen's Park to advocate pension protections from government...
Toronto, Canada
Labour activists and union members gather at Queen's Park in Toronto
Labour activists and union members gather at Queen's Park to advocate pension protections from government and corporations before Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union President Ken Lewenza spoke in Toronto, April 23, 2009. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA BUSINESS POLITICS)
CANADA
RTXEAXC
April 23, 2009
Labour activists and union members gather at Queen's Park to advocate pension protections from government...
Toronto, Canada
Labour activists and union members gather at Queen's Park in Toronto
Labour activists and union members gather at Queen's Park to advocate pension protections from government and corporations before Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union President Ken Lewenza spoke in Toronto, April 23, 2009. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA BUSINESS POLITICS)
CANADA
RTXEAX3
April 23, 2009
A man watches as labour activists and union members gather at Queen's Park to advocate pension protections...
Toronto, Canada
A man watches as labour activists and union members gather at Queen's Park in Toronto
A man watches as labour activists and union members gather at Queen's Park to advocate pension protections from government and corporations before Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union President Ken Lewenza spoke in Toronto, April 23, 2009. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA BUSINESS POLITICS IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE)
CANADA
RTXEAX1
April 23, 2009
Labour activists and union members gather at Queen's Park to advocate pension protections from government...
Toronto, Canada
Labour activists and union members gather at Queen's Park in Toronto
Labour activists and union members gather at Queen's Park to advocate pension protections from government and corporations before Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union President Ken Lewenza spoke in Toronto, April 23, 2009. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA BUSINESS IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE)
CANADA/
RTXEAVY
April 23, 2009
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union President Ken Lewenza speaks in front of labour activists and union...
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union President Ken Lewenza speaks in front of labour activists and union...
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union President Ken Lewenza speaks in front of labour activists and union members gathered at Queen's Park to advocate pension protections from government and corporations in Toronto, April 23, 2009. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA BUSINESS POLITICS)
CANADA/
RTXEAV4
April 23, 2009
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union President Ken Lewenza speaks in front of labour activists and union...
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union President Ken Lewenza speaks in front of labour activists and union...
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union President Ken Lewenza speaks in front of labour activists and union members gathered at Queen's Park to advocate pension protections from government and corporations in Toronto, April 23, 2009. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUTOS/CANADA-CAW
RTXDF9O
March 30, 2009
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union president Ken Lewenza leaves after speaking to the media in Toronto,...
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union president Ken Lewenza leaves after speaking to the media in Toronto...
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union president Ken Lewenza leaves after speaking to the media in Toronto, March 30, 2009. The head of the Canadian Auto Workers union said on Monday there is no reason to go back to the bargaining table to reopen a cost-cutting agreement with General Motors Canada. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
AUTOS/CANADA-CAW
RTXDF9M
March 30, 2009
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union president Ken Lewenza speaks to the media in Toronto, March 30, 2009....
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Auto Workers union president Ken Lewenza speaks to the media in Toronto
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union president Ken Lewenza speaks to the media in Toronto, March 30, 2009. The head of the Canadian Auto Workers union said on Monday there is no reason to go back to the bargaining table to reopen a cost-cutting agreement with General Motors Canada. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
AUTOS/CANADA-CAW
RTXDF9K
March 30, 2009
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union president Ken Lewenza speaks to the media in Toronto March 30, 2009....
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Auto Workers union president Ken Lewenza speaks to the media in Toronto
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union president Ken Lewenza speaks to the media in Toronto March 30, 2009. The head of the Canadian Auto Workers union said on Monday there is no reason to go back to the bargaining table to reopen a cost-cutting agreement with General Motors Canada. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA TRANSPORT BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
AUTOS/CANADA-CAW
RTXDF9F
March 30, 2009
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union president Ken Lewenza pauses while speaking to the media in Toronto,...
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Auto Workers union president Ken Lewenza pauses while speaking to the media in Toronto
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union president Ken Lewenza pauses while speaking to the media in Toronto, March 30, 2009. The head of the Canadian Auto Workers union said on Monday there is no reason to go back to the bargaining table to reopen a cost-cutting agreement with General Motors Canada. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
AUTOS/CANADA-CAW
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March 30, 2009
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union president Ken Lewenza speaks to the media in Toronto March 30, 2009....
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Auto Workers union president Ken Lewenza speaks to the media in Toronto
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union president Ken Lewenza speaks to the media in Toronto March 30, 2009. The head of the Canadian Auto Workers union said on Monday there is no reason to go back to the bargaining table to reopen a cost-cutting agreement with General Motors Canada. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
AUTOS/CANADA-CAW
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March 30, 2009
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union president Ken Lewenza speaks to the media in Toronto, March 30, 2009....
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Auto Workers union president Ken Lewenza speaks to the media in Toronto
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union president Ken Lewenza speaks to the media in Toronto, March 30, 2009. The head of the Canadian Auto Workers union said on Monday there is no reason to go back to the bargaining table to reopen a cost-cutting agreement with General Motors Canada. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
AUTOS/CANADA-CAW
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March 30, 2009
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union president Ken Lewenza speaks to the media in Toronto March 30, 2009....
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Auto Workers union president Ken Lewenza speaks to the media in Toronto
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union president Ken Lewenza speaks to the media in Toronto March 30, 2009. The head of the Canadian Auto Workers union said on Monday there is no reason to go back to the bargaining table to reopen a cost-cutting agreement with General Motors Canada. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
AUTOS/CANADA-CAW
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March 30, 2009
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union president Ken Lewenza speaks to the media in Toronto March 30, 2009....
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Auto Workers union president Ken Lewenza speaks to the media in Toronto
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union president Ken Lewenza speaks to the media in Toronto March 30, 2009. The head of the Canadian Auto Workers union said on Monday there is no reason to go back to the bargaining table to reopen a cost-cutting agreement with General Motors Canada. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
AUTOS/CANADA-CAW
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March 30, 2009
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union president Ken Lewenza speaks to the media in Toronto March 30, 2009....
Toronto, Canada
Canadian Auto Workers union president Ken Lewenza speaks to the media in Toronto
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union president Ken Lewenza speaks to the media in Toronto March 30, 2009. The head of the Canadian Auto Workers union said on Monday there is no reason to go back to the bargaining table to reopen a cost-cutting agreement with General Motors Canada. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
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