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  1. Automotive Industry & GM News
    The equinox, which arrives dutifully every spring and fall, represents a harmonious balance between day and night, light and darkness, but it also signals a return to the imbalance that reigns for the remainder of the year. For Chevrolet's perennially popular Equinox crossover, current...
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    After a month on the picket line, employees at GM's CAMI assembly plant in Ingersoll, Ontario, are heading back to work. The agreement was ratified earlier today by Unifor Local 88, with 85.9 percent of CAMI's 2,800 workers voting to accept the new four-year contract. 78.7 percent of the...
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    Has Unifor pushed GM too far with their strike at GM's CAMI plant? An economics professor and automotive analyst from the University of Windsor suggests they may have, calling the rhetoric from Union President Jerry Dias "overboard." "This means the strike at CAMI will continue; it means GM...
  4. Automotive Industry & GM News
    General Motors is warning Canada's Unifor labor union that it can and will end Equinox production in Ingersoll, Ontario unless workers call off their month-long walk out. The union has been trying to secure more job security from GM, demanding the company designate CAMI as the lead producer...
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    The sound of workers slapping together 2018 Chevrolet Equinox crossovers is not ringing through the streets of Ingersoll, Ontario, this morning. A strike that began late on September 17th continues today after a weekend labor update that might have heralded good news turned into just another...
  6. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Unifor has tabled an offer to General Motors over the weekend in an attempt to end the weeklong strike at CAMI in Ingersoll, Ontario. About 2,800 workers took to the picket line last Sunday, choosing to strike over job security and future investment into one of GM's most productive plants...
  7. Automotive Industry & GM News
    As the strike in Ingersoll, Ontario, stretches into its fifth day other plants are beginning to feel the pain. Plants in both the U.S and Canada will be forced to adjust production schedules and headcounts as General Motors and Unifor grapple over job security issues. According to CBC, layoff...
  8. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Unifor, the union representing 2,800 automotive works in Ingersoll, Ontario, says it will reach out to GM in the hopes of resuming contract talks. In a statement released yesterday, the union said no formal talks have taken place, "though each day there has been communication between the...
  9. Global Chevrolet News
    Unifor President Jerry Dias says Canadian workers at General Motors CAMI assembly plant could stay on strike for a long time. Dias told Automotive News "major philosophical differences" are keeping an agreement from being reached between Unifor and GM. Major concerns include GM's reluctance to...
  10. Global Chevrolet News
    Line workers at GM's CAMI Automotive in Ingersoll, Ontario have decided to strike over job security and investment into the plant. Responsible for a large majority of Chevrolet Equinox production, negotiations between the 2,800 workers represented by Unifor and GM broke off shortly before the...
  11. Global Chevrolet News
    Canadian workers at GM's CAMI Assembly Plant in Ingersoll, Ontario could go on strike Sunday night. A deadline of 10:59 p.m. Sunday has been set for the plant's 2,750 workers that build the Chevrolet Equinox crossover to agree to a ratify the new agreement. According to Automotive News...
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