Union takes umbrage after Stellantis cuts Windsor plant to single shift, citing chip shortage

Chrysler’s parent company said it will cut the second shift at the Ontario factory in spring 2022. It said the cuts are due to headwinds from the pandemic and the global chip shortage, but Unifor national president Jerry Dias said the automaker announced the move without consulting the union. (The Logic, CBC News)

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