Unifor will sit down at the bargaining table with General Motors first in its upcoming contract talks with Detroit-based car companies.
The talks could be even more tense than usual.
That's because union leaders suspect GM may have long-term plans to pull more jobs out of Canada.
Unifor wants GM to promise new models for its Oshawa plant, but GM is balking.
Harley Shaiken is a labor expert at the University of California-Berkley. He says it makes sense the union is worried about losing more jobs.