A call for action was made Tuesday morning, from the union representing workers at the General Motors plant in Oshawa.
Union officials want a commitment to a new product that would keep the general assembly plant there, up and running.
Union leaders called on President of GM Canada, Stephen Carlisle to clarify the future of the assembly plant – and its more than two thousand employees. “General Motors needs to come to the table and answer the question – is there a future in the city of Oshawa.” One union spokesperson said.
Production on all GM vehicles made in Oshawa is scheduled to wind down by next year.
Should the future remains in limbo, the union is threatening strike action.