An ongoing truck blockade on the Canadian side of the border in Windsor, Ontario is leading to production cuts at assembly plants and warnings of delays in new vehicle shipments to dealerships. Stay with this live blog for the latest developments at one of North American's busiest land border crossings and the impact in the automotive industry.
Feb. 13, 9:14 p.m.: The Canada Border Services Agency posted on its website the bridge as "temporarily closed."
"The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is working collaboratively with law enforcement partners to restore normal border operations at the Ambassador Bridge port of entry," the agency said in an email Sunday night to Automotive News Canada. "The CBSA would like to thank all travelers and the importing community for their collaboration and patience."
Feb. 13, 3:35 p.m.: Police continue to push protestors back from Huron Chruch Road, a key link to the Ambassador Bridge
Automotive News Canada's Greg Layson was on scene Sunday afternoon and reported about 50 protestors present also with a heavy police presence,