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2008 Equinox Sport outside the CAMI plant in Ingersoll, Ontario. Photo: Nox360/Wikimedia Commons
Meagan Gillmore | Almost 2,800 workers walked off the job on Sunday night after contract negotiations with GM CAMI broke down. It's the first strike at the plant in 25 years.
Columnists
Jim Stanford | It seems almost pointless to even worry about labour costs when the broader policy framework that is so essential for industrial success is glaringly absent.
Blog
James Laxer | For half a century, the risk of catastrophe has loomed over the auto industry in Canada, those who work in the plants, their families and the communities where they live.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | Economic life is likely to get worse in Canada, and elsewhere before it gets better. The hidden question is what does better mean?
Columnists
Alice Klein | With governments on the verge of a possible $2.8-billion-and-growing handover to the auto sector, it has to be asked: where's the movement to go Main Street with our money?
Columnists
Jim Stanford | Republican senators in the U.S., playing politics with the future of the North American auto industry, tried to scapegoat the United Auto Workers for the failure of the U.S. auto rescue package.
Podcast
Jane Williams | Sam Gindin says governments should be taking this opportunity to radically re-think the auto sector.
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Al Jazeera English | <span class="description">The automobile has long been a symbol of the American lifestyle, representing mobility and prosperity.</span>