Unifor ratifies contract at GM's Equinox plant in Canada; 86% of workers approveOct. 16
Union workers at a GM plant in Ingersoll, Ont., have ratified a new contract, ending a four-week strike that threatened to pinch sales of the Chevrolet Equinox. A total of 86 percent of members who cast ballots favored the four-year deal, sending employees back to work at 7 p.m. ET Monday for early startup, according to the Unifor union.
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GM invited to resume negotiations with striking Canadian unionSept. 21
GM Canada prepares to idle transmission plant if CAMI strike continues, union saysSept. 20
GM struck by Unifor at Equinox plant in OntarioSept. 17
Canadian workers assembling GM's top-selling crossover are on strike. Unifor Local 88, which represents about 2,750 workers at CAMI Assembly in Ingersoll, Ont., said Sunday night that its bargaining committee was not able to reach a tentative contract with GM.
First Shift: Workers strike at GM Equinox plantSept. 18
Unifor says 'intense' contract talks progressing at GM's Ontario Equinox plantSept. 17
Restoring jobs at Canadian GM plant key to new contract, union saysFeb. 17
GM must restore hundreds of jobs being cut at a southern Ontario assembly plant or risk failing to reach a new contract with the factory's workers this fall, the president of Canada's largest auto workers union said on Friday.