Almost Back To Normal At Caesars Windsor

Three weeks after a 60-day strike, business is almost back to normal at Caesars Windsor.

More than 2,000 workers returned to their jobs June 7th following the lengthy labour dispute.

Unifor Local 444 President Dave Cassidy says there have been some growing pains but operations at the casino are starting to come back together.

"Day One when we opened our reservations were backed up," says Cassidy.  "We had over 2,000 calls trying to make reservations and get things rolling again, so it was very busy."

More than 2,000 workers returned to their jobs June 7th following the lengthy labour dispute.

Cassidy says customers are starting to come back. "This is our busy time obviously into the summer months and we're excited," he says.

Cassidy says he has visited Caesars following the strike and says the weekend of the 'Pitbull' show was very busy.

He adds that he has talked to the staff and they're happy to be back at work.

Another busy night is expected tonight with Bryan Adams performing in front of a sold-out crowd at the Colosseum.