TORONTO (CP) -- The union representing Ford workers says talks about the future of a southern Ontario manufacturing plant have stalled.
The Canadian Auto Workers has asked Ford to maintain its manufacturing footprint in Canada, in exchange for concessions from workers.
But Ford says it has no plans to manufacture vehicles at its St. Thomas plant beyond 2011.
The chairman of the CAW's Ford bargaining committee says the two sides are still comparing notes on cost savings provided to General Motors and Chrysler in earlier negotiations.
But Mike Vince says dialogue on the company's plans for St. Thomas has broken off.
Ford has asked the CAW for similar concessions to those the union gave Chrysler and General Motors earlier this year.