The strike by Cami Assembly workers is a "gamble," union leaders were quick to admit Monday, but they are rolling the dice on ensuring they have work for the future, they are quick to add.
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Cami is bracing for the loss of one of its vehicles, and about 400 layoffs, as the Canadian auto market is on pace to set a sales record.
Running at full tilt and loaded with workers, Cami Assembly in Ingersoll just slammed on the brakes.
Lake Erie is in such bad shape, governments need to get tough and demand better with “mandatory” standards to improve water quality, an international agency says.
It’s been a while since Londoner Shannon Scott has slept in her own bed.
Driven by surging manufacturing across North America, the London region is enjoying a "smoking hot" economy, said a national economist in London Friday.
Wes Hetherington will always remember his partner’s blood-curdling scream, followed by the sight of her sitting on the toilet, holding their newborn baby.
Remember a while back when a Timmins teacher found that final box of cereal to roll off the line at London’s Kellogg plant?
It’s the biggest deal for the biggest wind project in Ontario.
General Motors’ plan to start building Equinox and Terrain vehicles in Mexico isn’t expected to threaten Ingersoll production of Southwestern Ontario’s hottest sellers.
One of the region’s newest industries has a big deal on the books.
The rigid steel sheet enters a sizzling 900 C oven, leaving a brilliant red. Then it’s stamped, plunged into 400 gallons of cool water and becomes a pillar.
The spectre of the unknown impact of wind turbines poses concern for those in rural communities but once they are up, they're not so bad, states a study of Ontario rural communities, released Monday.
Wind turbines are sprouting across Ontario, feeding demand for parts and creating manufacturing jobs.
Abe Hajjar watched as the bodies of his best friends were carried from their home, an elderly couple who couldn't cope any longer.
Held up more than a year by political fighting, an Ontario jobs fund to help recession-ravaged Southwestern Ontario is finally pumping money — and jobs — into the region.
Work could begin soon on a $700-million, food-industry development on the site of Ford’s St. Thomas plant, creating more than 1,500 jobs by the time it’s built, sources close to the talks say.
Talks have broken off between Cami workers and GM Canada as the automaker has refused to offer the same cash it has to other workers.
CAMI Assembly in Ingersoll is getting a $250 million investment and job security for its 3,000 workers.
Contempt charges levelled by the Progressive Conservative party against Chris Bentley will not follow him into private life, the Tory energy critic said Friday after the London West MPP's surprise resignation announcement.