Auto Talks 2023-Bargaining Update #3

This is the third update in a continued effort to keep our membership up to date as far as negotiations taking place in 2023. Follow us for continued details as we try to deal with factual information for our membership.

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Negotiations with the D3 will begin in five weeks.

Everyone has an important role to play in the bargaining process.

Unifor autoworkers have clearly laid out a vision for this year’s Auto Talks and your union is ready to get to work to achieve it.

Watch your Auto Talks 2023 leadership team’s latest video message about what’s at stake in this year’s negotiations.

Video: What’s at stake in Auto Talks 2023 – Unifor Auto Talks 2023 (

While preparing for Auto Talks, Unifor leadership has also worked tirelessly to secure the Stellantis footprint and tens of thousands of autoworker jobs, including the future Stellantis/LG Energy Solution EV battery plant in Windsor.

The union welcomed news that construction will finally resume thanks to the union’s advocacy work. From the start, Unifor made it clear that our union would not let anyone—not the company or the governments involved—take away the good jobs and the secure future that autoworkers were promised.

Read the union’s media release on the battery plant announcement.

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Questions related to Auto Talks 2023 can be sent to

In solidarity,

Lana Payne, National President
John D’Agnolo, Ford Master Bargaining Chair
Jason Gale, GM Master Bargaining Chair
James Stewart, Stellantis Master Bargaining Chair