TORONTO - Unionized workers at General Motors Canadian plants have voted in favour of a new contract.

The Canadian Auto Workers union says about four thousand  members voted 73 per cent in favour of a contract reached last week.

There are more than eight-thousand CAW members at GM facilities in Oshawa, St. Catharines and Woodstock, Ont.

Voting on the contract was held Wednesday and Thursday.

Ford's Canadian workers accepted a new contract on the weekend.

Chrysler reached a tentative deal with its Canadian workers earlier this week -- they'll vote on the deal this weekend.

The deal that GM workers accepted includes a three-thousand-dollar quality and productivity bonus for workers as well as cost of living payments.