General Motors announced on Friday that it has reached an agreement with labor union Unifor and will invest almost $800 million to transform its CAMI manufacturing plant in Ontario into Canada’s first large-scale electric vehicles manufacturing plant. Last week, General Motors (GM) launched its BrightDrop business, which will offer customers an ecosystem of connected and electrified products and services designed to improve the delivery of goods and services. BrightDrop will develop the EV600, an electric light commercial vehicle, which GM hopes will be ready for delivery by late 2021. The CAMI investment is the latest in a long line of recent ventures by GM into Canada.