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Unifor Approves Contract at GM’s Canadian Equinox Factory, Strike Ends Tonight

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - General Motors and Unifor representation at the CAMI plant in Ingersoll, Ontario, announced a tentative agreement on Friday. Today, that deal proved amicable to both parties, as union employees voted to approve a new four-year contract with the automaker – ending a month-long strike at a factory producing the incredibly popular Chevrolet Equinox crossover.

Workers OK new contract at Canadian plant where Chevy Equinox is made, end 4-week strike

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Workers at CAMI Assembly in Canada had sought job security guarantees from GM. The plant is the main producer of the popular Chevy Equinox.       

Unifor votes today on tentative contract at Equinox plant in Canada

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Unifor members who assemble the Chevrolet Equinox at a GM plant in Ingersoll, Ont., vote today on whether to ratify a tentative agreement reached late Oct. 13 and end a four-week-long strike there.

General Motors, Union Strike Tentative Deal at Striking Equinox Plant

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - After a month-long strike and a war of words that erupted earlier this week, General Motors and the union representing workers at its CAMI assembly plant have struck a tentative deal. Late Friday, Unifor Local 88 posted a statement claiming a breakthrough in bargaining talks that reached an impasse on September 17th.

Strike Forces GM to Explore Alternatives for Equinox Production

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - General Motors is looking at alternative plants for production of the popular Chevrolet Equinox SUV as a strike at a Canadian factory drags into its fourth week. The company is at an impasse with striking workers at the plant in Ingersoll, Ontario, and feels that it has no choice but to start exploring other locations, said a company official who asked not to be identified amid the negotiations. The Equinox, which was just redesigned this year, is also produced at two plants in Mexico.