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Published: Sunday, February 03, 2019 @ 2:52 PM
Updated: Sunday, February 03, 2019 @ 2:51 PM
By: The Associated Press
The Canadian subsidiary of General Motors was unable to stop an auto workers union from airing a critical TV commercial during the Super Bowl.
The 30-second ad calling the automaker greedy and "un-Canadian" broadcast on Canadian TV stations during Sunday's game.
GM announced plans in November to close its car factory in Oshawa, Ontario, near Toronto, costing the jobs of about 2,600 blue-collar workers.
The commercial accuses GM of continuing to expand in Mexico while leaving Canadians "out in the cold" and makes claims about the costs of a 2009 auto bailout.