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Sunday October 9th, 2016

Posted at 8:54pm

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Talks continue ahead of a 11:59pm Monday strike deadline at FCA.

“FCA has been dragging its feet at the table but now the clock is ticking, a pattern has been set and the union will accept nothing less,” said Unifor National President Jerry Dias. “In every round of Detroit Three bargaining our priority remains, this is about the future of good jobs in the auto sector.”

He went onto say that if FCA continues to resist the pattern agreement, which includes investment, 9,750 Unifor members at the Windsor, Brampton and Etobicoke FCA facilities will take strike action.

Unifor members authorized a strike with an overwhelming vote on August 28th.

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