If a provisional agreement is reached, information will be published on this website: www.unifor.org/AutoTalks2020. Please continue to check this page regularly for updates during the evening. The union encourages members to be prepared when strikes become necessary. If a preliminary agreement is reached, the information will be www.unifor.org/AutoTalks2020 Please continue to check this website regularly for updates during the day. www.unifor.org/…/national-day-remembrance-and-actio. Eighty-five percent of Unifor`s 1600 members at GM plants in St. Catharines, Oshawa and Woodstock voted in favor of a new three-year collective agreement “involving significant investment, job security and economic gains,” the union said. The Unifor-GM agreement explicitly opens the door to further contractual concessions. After the investment plans are wrapped for the three entities covered by the agreement, GM`s investment and product commitment letter states: “The parties understand that the expected conditions on which these opportunities are based may change, which may affect product allocation and/or employment levels.

If changes are expected in the above changes, the parties will discuss them in advance.┬áJournalists who wish to participate by phone in the Question & Answer part of the press conference must register by email at Kathleen.okeefe@unifor.org before Thursday, November 5, 2020 at 8.m and we will send you registration information. The deal was the final deal that was to be negotiated between the union and the major U.S. automakers. “Jobs are being saved at all three Canadian sites for the duration of this agreement, including the Woodstock Parts Distribution Centre, which is also being modernized,” added Dias. Members of Robinson Solutions-Industrial Cleaning & Yard Crew in Oshawa ratified a new agreement 96% “This treaty consolidates and courageously builds on GM`s Canadian presence, with an investment of $1.3 billion, which brings 1700 jobs to Oshawa, more than $109 million for the in-source production of new gearboxes for the Corvette and support the continued production of V-8 engines in St. Catharines.” Unifor National President Jerry Dias said in a statement. “Jobs at all three Canadian sites are guaranteed for the duration of this agreement, including at the Woodstock Parts Distribution Centre, which is also being modernized.” The Ford deal struck in September includes investments of $1.95 billion to bring battery electric vehicle production to Oakville and a new engine derivative to Windsor, and the Fiat Chrysler deal includes investments of more than $1.5 billion in a state-of-the-art platform for building plug-in hybrid vehicles and battery electric vehicles. . . .