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Unifor members scheduled to work the day shift at General Motors’ Oshawa assembly plant in Canada began a sit-down protest Wednesday morning around 8 a.

m., stopping production, according to a union spokeswoman.

Workers were expected to resume production later Wednesday morning. 

The protest started just hours after workers staged a similar protest during Tuesday’safternoon shift -- and then walked out of the plant en masse -- following news that the automaker did not accept Unifor’s proposals to save the factory, the union said.



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