An automotive consultant says there are lots of options for Oshawa's GM workers besides a blockade

Metro Morning

General Motors wants the blockades and protests at its plant in Oshawa to stop. Last November, the company announced that by the end of this year, the 100-year-old plant will close. More than 2500 Unifor workers will lose their jobs. And now GM is before the Ontario Labour Relations Board arguing that Unifor's actions are hurting the company's reputation and sales. Auto industry consultant Dennis DesRosiers shares his perspective.

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