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GM workers in Oshawa walk out in protest of plant closure

'I've moved my family twice for this company and they do this to me'

"I've moved my family twice for this company and they do this to me."

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GM names Carlisle head of Canadian operations

General Motors may be an American automaker first and foremost, but it can see straight into Windsor, Canada from its Renaissance Center headquarters on the Detroit River, and has considerable operations in the True North. And now, GM's Canadian division (headquartered in Oshawa just outside of Toronto) has a new director to run its operations.

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Canadian government investigating whether GM Canada delayed recalls

The General Motors recall scandal might be hopping borders in the near future. The Canadian government's Transport Minister, Lisa Raitt, is pushing for an investigation into when GM Canada knew about the ignition switch problem and the necessary recall.

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GM Canada under fire for Cruze fuel economy issues

The 2011 Chevrolet Cruze that owner Farah Mocquais bought for commuting to work hasn't achieved the fuel economy ratings that the Canadian arm of General Motors advertised, CBC News reports, and the couple is accusing GM Canada of misleading them. Instead of bu

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Facebook wants GM back

The story of General Motors and Facebook has been a strange one. First, GM backed out of a $10 million advertising strategy with Facebook at a crucial time, just before the social media platform's IPO in May. Then, the man behind the move, Joel Ewanick, was fired from GM for appar

CAW concessions could pave way for Canadian GM bailout

Reuters reports that the Canadian Auto Workers leadership and General Motors Canada have agreed on a set of union concessions that, if approved by CAW members, could clear the way for both the Canadian federal and Ontario local governments to furnish the cash-starved automaker with billions more in bailout dollars. According to Reuters, the union has agr

GM Canada workers trade job cuts for plant investment

The Canadian Auto Workers union said Friday that 11,000 members at three Ontario assembly plants will likely accept the loss of up to 2,500 jobs to keep all three plants open, and in hopes that the plants will get new investment from GM, and possibly the contract to build the new Camaro.