TORONTO - The union representing 2,500 striking workers at GM Canada's CAMI assembly plant in Ingersoll, Ont., says the company has yet to respond to a comprehensive proposal put forward on the weekend.
Unifor spokesman Mike Van Boekel says he expects it will take General Motors of Canada, which owns the plant, about a day to analyze the costs of the proposal.
He wouldn't discuss what's in the formal proposal, put forward about a week after employees went on strike on Sept. 17.
However, the union has said it wants the company to designate the CAMI plant as the lead producer of the Equinox sport utility vehicle -- currently the only product built at the plant.
Job security has become more of an issue for the union since GM shifted production of its Terrain SUV from the CAMI plant to Mexico earlier this year at a loss of more than 400 jobs.
General Motors hasn't responded to requests for comment on the weekend talks.
"We're expecting an answer sometime today," Van Boekel, who is chair of the CAMI unit at Unifor Local 88, said Monday morning.