General Motors of Canada Ltd. seeks job reductions and other contract changes from members of the Canadian Auto Workers union at its Oshawa, Ont., Canada plants where the auto maker wants to convert its two car-assembly plants into a single flexible plant. GM reportedly would invest C$800 million ($701 million) for the capability to produce different vehicles. The expectation is the lineup would include a new Chevrolet Camaro from GM’s new Zeta rear-wheel-drive architecture. CAW Local ...

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