The recall covers F-150 trucks from the 2011 through 2013 model years with six-speed automatic transmissions.
At least 18 factories and other facilities run by General Motors, Ford and Fiat Chrysler affected.
He said cuts won’t help the economy grow or provide opportunity for Canadians.
Automakers were hoping that the plants can return to normal operations as temperatures moderate on Saturday and into next week.
The automaker is in the midst of a US$11 billion global restructuring.
Says it would kill jobs and hurt productivity; warning signs of difficult economic times ahead.
Government plan proposes to spur private investment in clean technologies, create performance standards for large emitters.
Will discuss opportunities to support workers who will be out of a job when the Oshawa plant closes.
Reductions would be achieved as far as possible through voluntary departures.
Attributes change to Ford cancelling cap-and-trade, reversing several tax increases, weaker economic forecast.
Automakers also in talks about an alliance to build commercial vehicles that could lead to other ventures.
Several hundred of the workers will be moved to truck and SUV factories where jobs are being added.
Claims his office initially refused to confirm published reports about the allegation to protect the complainant’s identity.
Ford and Moe said they have signed a memorandum of understanding, will act quickly.
Government put green agenda ahead of Ontarians by subsidizing wind and solar power.