Oshawa General Motors, Ontario,
completed 2600 workers
after being assembled today (18),
marking the end of an era.
Workers are at their last job today.
General Motors announced its decision to close the plant in November last year.
In addition to the Oshawa plant,
there are four plants in the United States to close.
Commonly used to set up the Oshawa plant in 1953.
During its heyday from 1980 to 1989,
it employed 23,000 employees
and produced 730,000 cars and trucks each year in the plant.