If things continue as they are, Canada's auto industry could vanish between 2030 and 2040. HuffPost Canada senior business editor Daniel Tencer looks at where things are headed.
Oshawa and surrounding areas are about to lose $300 million a year in pay, but the impact on the rest of Canada won’t be catastrophic.
The plant has been part of the city since 1953.
I can tell you I have weighed the decision to focus the 2016 negotiations on General Motors (GM) very carefully, and only after a great deal of input from the excellent negotiators and bargaining committees that we have working with us on behalf of Unifor members employed at Fiat Chrysler, Ford and GM in Canada.