ANALYSIS: $1B electric-vehicle plan means 10 years of Cami job stability

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The $1-billion investment in Ingersoll’s Cami Assembly plant will mean 10 years of stability and job growth for its more than 2,000 workers. It also means Southwestern Ontario may have a growing automotive industry in the future. The union representing Cami workers, Unifor, announced late Friday it has reached a labour deal with General Motor that, if ratified Monday, means the Ingersoll plant has landed production of the EV600, an all-electric commercial van – and customers are already lined up to buy it for their fleets.