General Motors was initially going to meet with Unifor by Jan. 7 to discuss the union's proposals to save the Oshawa assembly plant. The meeting will now happen Tuesday as the automaker wanted more time reviewing the ideas, the union says.
General Motors is expected to announce on Monday its plan to close its Oshawa Assembly Plant in Ontario, according to The Globe and Mail. Unifor confirmed GM has not allotted product to the plant beyond December 2019.
New-vehicle sales fell for the seventh consecutive month in Canada in October, a trend the Global Automakers of Canada called “disconcerting.” The organization says rising interest rates are partially to blame.