Unifor is waiting on a response from GM on the outstanding issues.
Workers and management hit sticking points on pension benefits and wages during contract negotiations.
Strike action related to the company’s use and treatment of temporary workers compared to unionized employees.
Fear of Oshawa plant closures over: facilities have a bright future: Dias.
Union says no deals without promises of investment in Canada’s auto sector.
CUPW says no to arbitration, wants negotiated settlement.
Customers encouraged to pay online, over the phone or at their local bank branches.
Say management is forcing them to move to another factory; demanding a proper negotiation for the relocation.
A four-year collective agreement expired on Sept. 30.
The tentative deal will be presented for ratification on Sept. 12.
Latest company offer turned down by 80% of Unifor members.
Employees who service military aircraft in a dispute over concessions, benefits.
Tens of thousands of workers walk out over benefits.
More than 10,000 employees walk out over dispute about benefits.
The federal government will increase trip rates by 12% and wait fees for truckers at the ports will be increased.