Chrysler cuts 1200 workers in Windsor, 90,000 fewer minivans expected
The Canadian Auto Workers union is reeling from this latest setback, but the 1,200 layoffs is just a fraction of the losses in Windsor over the past year. Windsor's unemployment rate is now at 10.9%, and the city expects to lose another 1,200 auto jobs when General Motors shutters its transmission plant next year.
[Source: The Star]
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