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Cami Ingersoll slashing 600 jobs, moving Terrain production to Mexico

School of Labour Studies auto-industry expert Brendan Sweeney (Automotive Policy Research Centre) was interviewed about GM laying off 600 workers at its Ingersoll plant in the The London Free Press, on CTV National News, CTV News Network, and CBC's The National.

Jan 27, 2017

One of Southwestern Ontario’s hottest manufacturers in recent years, getting $560 million in government investment only two years ago and employing more than 3,000 people, the automaker stunned workers Friday with news it’ll slash 625 jobs when it ships production of one vehicle to Mexico.

The fallout is expected to ripple beyond the automaker’s payroll, affecting the region’s large auto parts industry as well.

Read the full article in The London Free Press