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'''St. Catharines Plant''' is a [[General Motors Canada]] engine plant in [[St. Catharines, Ontario]]. Opened in [[1954]] and located on Glendale Avenue.
 
'''St. Catharines Plant''' is a [[General Motors Canada]] engine plant in [[St. Catharines, Ontario]]. Opened in [[1954]] and located on Glendale Avenue.
  
Terry White, St. Catharines GM Plantchair Person stated on April 18, 2007 that the engine plant is not scheduled to be closed in 2008.{{Fact|date=December 2008}} He stated that there are three long term projects there. His comments were sent to Arnold Handelman, a real estate investor who presented him with the entry above that indicated that the engine plant will close. Arnold Handelman had contacted the CAW, the autoworkers union by email through their website,and Mr. White replied directly in response.{{Fact|date=December 2008}}
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Terry White, St. Catharines GM Plantchair Person stated on April 18, 2007 that the engine plant is not scheduled to be closed in 2008. He stated that there are three long term projects there. His comments were sent to Arnold Handelman, a real estate investor who presented him with the entry above that indicated that the engine plant will close. Arnold Handelman had contacted the CAW, the autoworkers union by email through their website,and Mr. White replied directly in response.
  
 
==Products==
 
==Products==

Latest revision as of 23:03, 9 February 2009

St. Catharines Plant is a General Motors Canada engine plant in St. Catharines, Ontario. Opened in 1954 and located on Glendale Avenue.

Terry White, St. Catharines GM Plantchair Person stated on April 18, 2007 that the engine plant is not scheduled to be closed in 2008. He stated that there are three long term projects there. His comments were sent to Arnold Handelman, a real estate investor who presented him with the entry above that indicated that the engine plant will close. Arnold Handelman had contacted the CAW, the autoworkers union by email through their website,and Mr. White replied directly in response.

Products

  • Vortec engines
    • 4.8L
    • 5.3L
  • 5.7L V8 GEN III Engines.
  • 3.6L and 2.8L HFV6 Engines
  • aluminum blocks
  • cast-iron blocks
  • cranks, heads, rods and cams

Coordinates: 43°8′24.95″N -79°11′10.21″E / 43.1402639°N 78.8138306°W / 43.1402639; -78.8138306