Unifor has reached a tentative deal with General Motors. It is similar to the one which was ratified with Ford Motor Co. In September. Union president Lana Payne says the terms include all of the items the company had pushed back against which includes pensions, income support for retirees and temporary workers getting permanent positions. The new tentative agreement covers almost 4,300 autoworkers at GM’s Oshawa assembly plant, St. Catharines propulsion plant, and Woodstock parts distribution centre. GM Canada president Marissa West says in a statement that the agreement recognizes the many contributions of team members with significant increases in wages, benefits and job security.