Greg Layson, Automotive News Canada February 18, 2022 For getting a court injunction to end the blockade, we have to thank Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens for teaming up with the APMA, the Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers’ Association and the Windsor-Essex Regional Chamber of Commerce. Read opinion piece here.
Gian Paolo Vescio, Contributor to the Toronto Star February 17, 2022 Gian Paolo Vescio, general counsel at the Automotive Parts Manufacturers Association, discusses how his team successfully argued a motion for an injunction to have the blockade at the Ambassador Bridge removed. Read piece here.
Patty Handysides, AM800 February 14, 2022 Flavio Volpe, President of the Automotive Parts manufacturers association, discusses his part in getting the injunction application and the results. Listen here.
Paul Vieira, The Wall Street Journal February 12, 2022 The Automotive Parts Manufacturers Association along with the city of Windsor made the joint bid to an Ontario court for an injunction. Some vehicles that were part of blockade departed once police arrived. Read article here.
David Kennedy, Automotive News Canada February 10, 2022 The Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association is one of the main applicants for the injunction that will give police the authority to clear protestors that have halted truck traffic at the Ambassador Bridge since Monday. Read article here.
Maan Alhmidi and Nicole Thompson, CP24 February 10, 2022 Superior Court Justice Geoffrey Morawetz will hear the injunction application from the Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association on Friday afternoon, rather than proceeding immediately as requested. Read article here.