The first criminal jury trial in roughly 20 months is resuming Tuesday at Windsor’s Superior Court of Justice, occupying four courtrooms that are reconfigured to meet public health guidelines.
Unifor's president Jerry Dias says there was no consultation whatsoever with the union prior to Stellantis's announcement Friday that it would be cutting the Windsor Assembly Plant down to one shift and is vowing to get answers from the company this week.
Supply chain issues partly caused by the pandemic are leading to delays for common goods — which has some local business owners on edge, and experts forecasting a shortage in supplies for the holidays.
Seven years after a T-bone collision fractured Krystal Mann's pelvic bone, she remains in severe pain after surgery on her tailbone. The Windsor, Ont., woman is struggling to pay for food for her two kids as her civil lawsuit against the drivers of both cars sits idle due to pandemic-related court delays.