TORONTO (AP) -- The Canadian Auto Workers union says it has walked away empty-handed from a second meeting with General Motors Corp. following an announcement about the automaker's plans to close its Oshawa, Ontario truck plant.
The union says it didn't get very far Tuesday with its attempts to get the company to change its decision.
Union president Buzz Hargrove says the union tried to find a way to help GM deal with the weakening demand for trucks.
The meeting came a day after a local lifted a 12-day blockade of GM's offices in Oshawa.
GM says the decision to close the Oshawa plant followed the sudden collapse in the U.S. market for pickup trucks and sport utility vehicles.
GM spokesman declined to comment on the meeting, saying the company considered it private.