UPDATE: Windsor Assembly Plant Operating for 2 Weeks but Down the Rest of August
Windsor Assembly Plant will be up and running next week.
Unifor Local 444 announced the plant will be operating the week of Aug. 2 and would be idle the rest of the month, but has since added the week of Aug. 9.
Production will then be halted the weeks of Aug.16 and Aug. 23 for a two week shutdown.
The assembly plant has been down for most of the year due to a shortage of microchips.
Production did resumed at the plant the week of July 5 before being shut down for the remainder of the month.
The plant was first shutdown on March 29 but did run partial shifts the week of May 31 before shutting down again.
When the shutdown was first announced in March, it was only expected to last one month.
There are more than 4,000 unionized workers at the assembly plant.
No one has heard from Clare Romanick since Saturday and police are concerned for his safety
The wheels are turning on a new program to recycle bikes that would otherwise end up in the landfill
An online form has been set up where residents can submit requests for essential items or services they may need
There will be a number of COVID-19 protocols in place and capacity has been limited to 750 spectators
Police say it happened at the CIBC Bank on Malden Road near Delmar Street around 9:45 a.m. Saturday
The board made the announcement Saturday night
Sunny Sunday with a high of 26C or 29C with the humidex
Officers responded to a report of an impaired driver on Tecumseh Road West Thursday morning
Mainly cloudy Saturday morning with the sky and fog patches clearing into the day