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Unifor reaches tentative deal with Ford Motor Co. to avert strike

  • Ford Motor and Canadian union Unifor have reached a tentative agreement, avoiding labor strikes in Canada. The agreement covers 5,600 autoworkers in Ontario and comes after the United Auto Workers union initiated targeted strikes against Ford and other automakers. A strike would have impacted Ford's Oakville Assembly Plant and engine plants, affecting the production of key vehicles.
  • Details of the agreement have not been released yet, but the union is expected to share them with members in the coming days, followed by a vote. Ford will now shift its focus to negotiating with the UAW. However, the union has warned of additional strikes in the US if negotiations do not progress.
  • Lana Payne, the national president of the union, confirmed that the agreement addresses the concerns raised by members during collective bargaining preparation. This deal brings relief to Ford as it avoids labor disruptions and allows the company to continue production.
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