Some more details here. Looks like a LOT of new EVs coming from Ford!
Unifor president Jerry Dias could hardly contain his excitement as he announced a tentative three-year deal, which included $1.98-billion of investments that will go "predominantly" to Ford's assembly plant in Oakville and Windsor's two Ford engine assembly plants.
"This is a major commitment from Ford Motor Company — huge," Dias told reporters during a news conference on Tuesday.
"You don't make that type of commitment and make a minor splash and move on. This is going to be key facilities for Ford … a decades-long commitment."
That work is expected to begin in 2024 with the first of five electric vehicles rolling off the line in 2025 and the fifth, off the line by 2028. The union also secured the assembly of batteries that will go into these vehicles.