Nearly 60 jobs are being cut at Ingersoll’s Cami automotive plant as a London-based trucking firm shuts down the terminal that serves the General Motors factory.
Norman De Bono, The London Free Press
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General Motors was within days of shutting down its Cami Assembly plant in Ingersoll for good when it settled with its striking workers, labour sources said Tuesday.
The possibility General Motors may have shut down the Cami Assembly plant and moved its production and jobs to Mexico likely pushed striking workers to a deal, automotive-industry observers say.
Workers at Cami Assembly in Ingersoll may be headed back to work, as a tentative deal was reached Friday between Unifor, the union, and GM Canada.
Cami's Mexican competition is ramping up.
It’s a microcosm of a larger fight.
Ripples from the strike at Cami Assembly are being felt on the factory floor of non-union auto assembly plants in Ontario.
The union representing Cami workers believes it opened the door on the weekend to a settlement in the two-week- long strike at the Ingersoll auto plant.
Oxford Conservative MP Dave MacKenzie is feeling heat from Cami workers for what strikers are calling a lack of support.
A London trucking firm has $4 million in tractor-trailers stranded behind picket lines and has laid off 100 workers due to the Cami strike, a company executive says.
Striking workers at the Cami Assembly plant reached out with a new offer to GM Canada Thursday morning.
Job losses at suppliers to the strikebound Cami Assembly plant will soon exceed the numbers of workers on the picket line.
The strike by Cami Assembly workers is a "gamble," union leaders were quick to admit Monday, but they are rolling the dice on ensuring they have work for the future, they are quick to add.
Calling it the most critical round of bargaining in years, Cami workers opened talks Thursday with GM Canada on a new collective agreement.
When the Ingersoll automaker sheds 625 jobs and shifts production of the Terrain to Mexico, a wide swath of businesses, from the Tim Hortons on the corner to parts makers, will be affected. An industry rep pegs the loss to Southwestern Ontario’s economy at $50 million to $80 million, Norman De Bono reports.
Running at full tilt and loaded with workers, Cami Assembly in Ingersoll just slammed on the brakes.
Lake Erie is in such bad shape, governments need to get tough and demand better with “mandatory” standards to improve water quality, an international agency says.
It’s been a while since Londoner Shannon Scott has slept in her own bed.
The world’s largest automaker is fighting the latest push to unionize some of its Ontario workers.
Wes Hetherington will always remember his partner’s blood-curdling scream, followed by the sight of her sitting on the toilet, holding their newborn baby.