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Unifor announces that they will be launching a comprehensive policy regarding the auto sector

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The document, entitled "Navigating the road ahead – rebuilding Canada's powerhouse auto sector," was produced by the union's auto policy working group.

Artist rendering of an Electric Vehicle (CNW Group/Unifor)

TORONTO — Unifor will unveil a new comprehensive policy document on Canada’s auto sector at a live news conference on Zoom Thursday August 11, 2022.

The document, entitled “Navigating the road ahead – rebuilding Canada’s powerhouse auto sector,” was produced by the union’s auto policy working group which represents tens of thousands of auto assembly, parts, production, skilled trades, and related workers. The policy outlines a vision for vehicle and parts manufacturing that transforms Canada into a global leader as the world transitions to electric vehicle production.

Unifor is inviting accredited journalists to register in advance at this link to attend an online news conference led by the union’s new National President and representatives of Canada’s auto and auto parts sectors.

Who: Unifor’s newly elected National President and auto workers


Where: Via Zoom (register in advance to receive link)

When: 12:30–1 p.m. ET


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