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General Motors

U.S. automakers have announced some $6 billion in investments in Canada in recent months.
We're one step closer to living like "The Jetsons."
The reopening of the southern Ontario plant is a major victory for union Unifor.
The shutdown of GM's Oshawa plant this month highlights the growing uncertainty for Canada's auto plants.
At the time of the announced restructuring, GM had about 2,000 salaried employees in Canada.
There are plans to buy airtime during the Golden Globes and Maple Leaf games as well, the president said.
Corporations denounce increased government spending. Except, of course, when government largesse flows their way.
We can anticipate a reduction in cars per capita of 20 to 30 per cent in the next decade.
"It's really about putting the world's billion-plus cars to better use."
History shows how cities across the Great Lakes region, including Oshawa, could be affected by GM's mass auto plant closures.