According to the latest news sources, the Canadian Automobile Workers union is likely to declare a tentative offer with Chrysler after tonight. A news conference is established for 9 p.m. in Gta, the marriage said on its FB site.

Night the CAW’s Chrysler master bargaining committee was overlooking the facts of the arrangement Wednesday.

Deals have been already reached by the CAW with Basic and Kia Motors.

On its Fb site earlier Thursday, an encouraging message was posted by the CAW.

“Discussions with Chrysler went on till 5 a.m. [Wednesday] morning, continuing with the hope ofachieving a deal after today,” it read.

Union leader Ken Lewenza had formerly told Reuters Tuesday night a written economic proposal was submitted by the automaker for the union.

Within an meeting with The Canadian Press, Lewenza said he was positive a deal might be attainedshortly.

Chrysler employs more than 8,000 unionized workers in Ontario. Approximately 5,000 work at Windsor Assembly Plant where the business’s main minivan is constructed. Another 3, 000 work in Brampton,constructing the Dodge Rechargers and Chrysler 300 and Challengers.

In Windsor, in expectation of a deal, facilities had been already booked by CAW Local 444 at Caesars Windsor for an info or ratification conference on the week-end.