Supporters of this legislation argue that the laws are necessary to obtain and keep employment in Canada, and that they boost the economy and create jobs. They back their argument with the right-to-work states in the US that have benefited from a robust economy and more jobs. A report issued by the Fraser Institute indicated that right-to-work laws in Ontario would boost economic output by $11.8 billion and create 57,000 jobs (Ehrenberg & Smith, 2016). This argument is compelling considering that many jobs were lost in Canada when the General Motors Camaro plant was moved from Ontario to Lansing, Michigan following the enactment of the right-to-work legislation. The supporters believe that the legislation will attract investment in Canada and thus create more jobs.