Union says workers have concerns regarding wages, pensions, contracts, and health and safety standards.
The federal government will increase trip rates by 12% and wait fees for truckers at the ports will be increased.
Unifor, USW cite growing trade deficit as a potential threat to Canadian auto sector, jobs.
Automaker to go it alone and will be weighing future investment against competitive factors.
Dias is concerned Ontario has lost an opportunity to secure its manufacturing sector in the long-term.
The PC leader says he’s “tired of other countries and states eating our lunch and taking away manufacturing jobs.”
Jerry Dias says Hudak is promoting legislation that would gut Ontario labour laws.
Automotive council says it’s not too late to rescue automotive manufacturing from ‘irrelevance.’
Despite high sales, assembly plants in Canada aren’t growing the way they should be.
GM will also use $1.2 billion from the new bonds to pay off 7% notes, retiring debt held by a trust controlled by Unifor.
Agreement includes a $3,000 signing bonus, full-time jobs to about 300 temporary workers.
Ontario’s minimum wage has been frozen for the past three years at $10.25 an hour.
Tom Mulcair says new union will solidify the Canadian labour movement at a time when middle-class jobs are under attack.
CEP president Dave Coles will also not run for presidency of the newly merged union, Unifor.
Negotiations have been ongoing since May.