CAIMAWCanadian Association of Industrial, Mechanical and Allied Workers
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In the early years, CAIMAW stood almost alone as an industrial union controlled in Canada (only a third of the organized workforce belonged to Canadian unions at that time).
The decision to merge with the CAW came from a recognition by the CAIMAW leadership and membership that it was now time to become part of a truly national union.
The merger with the CAW will have little effect on the progressive policies supported by CAIMAW since the two unions have almost identical political and social agendas.