GM strike in 2nd week: Some progress but no end in sight
The union wants a bigger share of GM’s more than US$30 billion in profits during the past five years.
GM halts two thirds of St. Catharines production over US strike [UPDATED]
Follows the full shutdown of vehicle production at the company’s Oshawa Assembly Plant.
GM stops vehicle assembly in Oshawa due to disruption from U.S. strike
On Friday, GM halted production on its flex line in Oshawa that produces the Chevrolet Impala and Cadillac XTS and employs about 650 workers.
Striking workers question whether UAW leaders can be trusted
In August, FBI raided the suburban Detroit home of UAW President Gary Jones as part of the widening federal investigation.
Dias says GM could face strike in Canada if trust is not restored
Unifor president cites plant cutbacks and closures on both sides of the border following pledges to maintain operations.
UAW launches GM strike, will likely halt Canadian production
33 manufacturing plants down in nine states across the US, plus 22 parts distribution warehouses.
UAW workers vote to authorize strikes against Detroit 3
But it doesn’t mean there will be a work stoppage. Contracts expire Sept. 14.
GM to upgrade assembly plants ahead of new pickup, SUV lines
It’s increasing capacity, improving operating efficiencies and making other upgrades at US plants.
GM seeks to avoid Takata recalls for fourth straight year
Would have to repair more than 6 million trucks and SUVs at a cost of US$1.2 billion.
GM in talks to sell shuttered factory in Lordstown, Ohio
Workhorse Group would build a commercial electric pickup truck if it buys the facility.
GM, Unifor announce Oshawa investment that saves 300 jobs [UPDATED]
The transition will cost $170 million and save 300 of the 2,600 union jobs.
Sanders pitches a tougher line than Trump on GM closures
Pressed the US president to put action behind his words on GM plant closings.
Unifor reports productive talks with GM on Oshawa plant
“It’s about maintaining a footprint, and it’s about being in a position to build for the future.” — Dias
Trump calls GM’s CEO in push to reopen Ohio auto plant
Tweeted that officials should start talks with the UAW immediately so the Lordstown plant could be reopened or sold.
Ohio governor doesn’t think GM will revive Lordstown assembly plant
Plant built its last car a week ago, eliminating the final 1,700 positions left at the factory.