09/14/2013 12:31 EDT | Updated 11/14/2013 05:12 EST

GM workers at Ingersoll plant reach tentative deal

Workers at the General Motors assembly plant, also known as the CAMI plant, in Ingersoll, Ont., have reached a tentative contract settlement with the automaker.

The new collective agreement covers approximately 2,700 production and skilled trade workers at the plant. Details won't be released until the deal is ratified. A ratification meeting is set to take place Sunday in London, Ont., with results expected in the evening.

Unifor, the union representing Canada's auto workers, signed a master agreement with General Motors in 2012 covering more than 5,500 workers in three facilities across Ontario. Union members at the CAMI plant, however, were not included in the agreement.

Workers at CAMI manufacture the Chevrolet Equinox and GMC Terrain vehicles.