[UPDATED] Unifor reaches tentative deal with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
Union went into negotiations with concerns about restoring the third shift at FCA’s Windsor and Brampton facilities.
Windsor to proceed with Stage 3 reopening cautiously: Mayor
Windsor-Essex region was left behind in the economic reopening because of virus outbreaks on local farms.
‘Windsor Hum’ finally dies down after US Steel idles Zug Island plant
Subject of intense speculation by governments and journalists on both sides of the Canada-US border since 2011.
Outbreaks on farms are holding back the entire region, says Windsor, Ont., mayor
The mayor said public health officials have failed to ensure all migrant workers are tested for COVID-19
Corby Spirit and Wine delivering several COVID-19 initiatives
Hiram Walker & Sons distillery has committed to produce up to 20,000 litres of hand sanitizer per week
Construction on Gordie Howe International Bridge officially underway: Trudeau
$5.7 billion Windsor-Detroit span will be operational by late 2024.
Auto disruption: APMA focuses on tech, trade and Trump
The automotive parts association’s annual conference for suppliers set a positive note despite uncertainties globally and closer to home.
Unifor and Ford avert strike with tentative auto agreement
Contracts secures a $700 million investment most of which is going to Windsor engine plants.
Wynne affirms Ontario commitments to auto, environment
Ontario premier headlines annual Auto Parts Manufacturers Association gathering.
Ontario provides $85M for Chrysler expansion in Windsor
Funds will be used to upgrade minivan plant and help finance an R&D project in Windsor.
Domtar invests $36M in power unit for Windsor, Que. mill
Beginning construction of the infrastructure for second generating unit.
Jobless rate in Calgary surpasses Windsor, Ont.
Figures highlight a major “regional and industrial turnabout” over the past 18 months, economist says.
Ford opts out of Ontario for engine plant, union says
Federal, Ontario governments suggest the automaker wouldn’t to job and economic requirements.
Kenney defends temporary workers hired in Windsor, Ont.
Liberal MPs are questioning why so many foreign workers were hired in Windsor when the city grappled with a 9% unemployment rate for much of 2013.
Union says Chrysler decision shows need for auto strategy
Dias is concerned Ontario has lost an opportunity to secure its manufacturing sector in the long-term.