- General Motors (GM) reaches a deal with Unifor, Canada's largest private sector union which was formed when the Canadian Auto Workers union and the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union merged.
- Unifor's first president Jerry Dias pledged to "stop playing defense and start playing offense," at his first inaugural address this month.
- Details of the four-year deal with production and skilled trade workers at a GM plant in Ontario are being "withheld until after the ratification vote on Sunday," Reuters says.
- The preexisting contract was set to expire Monday.
GM, Unifor reach deal: Reuters
Sep 14 2013, 20:40 ET