According to the union, Unifor and General Motors have reached a new provisional collective agreement to avoid a strike. “This would not have been the case without the unity, solidarity and strength of our members. When Kroger threatened to endanger our health care, we were strong and proved that we were ready to fight for what we deserve. Although no treaty is perfect, our credible strike threat has brought us a fair deal and we are ready to recommend it for ratification,” the union said. We have reached a provisional agreement which we recommend be ratified! “We are pleased to achieve this hard-won victory after months of negotiations, which is a huge improvement over what we were before the strike and we are pleased to see that the hospital has recognized the importance of safe staffing,” said Doris Carroll, InA President, RN. .