The tension continues between General Motors and it's workers. The auto manufacturer has reportedly contacted the Ontario Labour Relations Board in an attempt to end what it calls "illegal strikes." The company announced the closure of it's Oshawa plant last November; since then, workers have taken various forms of action in an effort to get GM to reverse it's decision, including walking off the job. The company is also asking for compensation for the walkouts. Unifor, the union representing GM workers, is denying all of GM's allegations, and wants the application dismissed.
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