Automakers cut production due to anti-vaccine Canadian trucker protest


Vehicles block the route leading from the Ambassador Bridge, linking Detroit and Windsor, as truckers and their supporters continue to protest against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine mandates, in Windsor, Ontario, Canada February 8, 2022.

Carlos Osorio | Reuters

DETROIT – Canadian truck drivers blocking the nation’s busiest border bridge between the U.S. and Canada in protest of that country’s Covid-19 vaccine mandate are now disrupting North American manufacturing, especially among automakers.

General Motors, Ford Motor, Toyota Motor and Stellantis have been forced to cut production at several plants in the U.S. and Canada this week due to a lack of parts caused by the…


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