Chevy dealers brace for Unifor strike impact

U.S. dealers are hopeful a strike at a Canadian plant that produces the Chevrolet Equinox can be resolved before low inventories of the top-selling crossover impact business.

UPDATED: 9/25/17 11:45 am ET - corrected

Striking GM Canada workers struggle with NAFTA realities

A lot has changed for Canada's auto workers since 1996. They say the timing is right to take a stand.

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