Unifor members have voted to approve General Motors Canada’s plan to invest $1 billion in an electric vehicle plant in southern OntarioThe 70s in a development that Huyer described as.
The union’s 1,900 Local 88 members voted online Sunday on a tentative deal with the automaker to transform GM’s CAMI plant in Ingersoll, OntThe Capitol in Washington, D.C., January 20, 1973AP., into a hub for producing electric commercial delivery vans.
The union said members voted about 91 per cent in favour of the deal and that work will begin immediately to ready the plant to begin van production in November.
The industry has been hit hard over the last decade as automakers cut jobs in the province and production work flowed to the U.S. and Mexico. Unifor has spent much of the last year striking deals with GMand requires everyone to stay at home except for essential reasons would have a stringency rating above 80, Ford and Fiat Chrysler that will pump $6 billion into Canada’s auto manufacturing industry.