Canada's Unifor union slammed General Motors executives in print ads over the Oshawa plant idling just hours before the union was set to meet GM officials Thursday at the Renaissance Center in Detroit.

The union's four full-page ads in The Detroit News and Detroit Free Press, including the covers, accuse GM executives of a lack of support toward Canadian and U.S. plant workers for their decision in November to potentially close Oshawa Assembly and four plants in the U.S.

The potential closures are part of a larger corporate restructuring plan. The Canadian plant builds the Chevrolet Impala and Cadillac XTS sedans, both of which GM plans to eliminate from its North American lineup.

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Canadian Union Bashes GM With Front Page Print Ads Over Abandoning Plant Workers

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