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Local Master Bargaining Committee UPDATE- PRODUCTION SHUTDOWN CONTINUES at Oakville Assembly Complex- March 31st, 2020

Brothers and Sisters,

Today the company has announced that they plan to further postpone production at the Oakville Assembly Complex, to an undetermined date. However, they have indicated they will be updating our members with a robo-call  and another robo-call when we are expected to return. Again we will share any further accurate details as they are available.

Mark Sciberras                                      Bob Scott                                               Marc Brennan

President                                         OAC Plant Chairperson                 Unifor, Vice Chairperson

Unifor Local 707                                  Unifor Local 707                  Ford Bargaining Committee

Darrin Caerels

Skilled Trade Chairperson

Unifor Local 707

 

 

 

 

 

 

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