A Halifax car dealership will close its doors within day thanks to recent troubles in the auto industry.
Employees at Carroll Pontiac GMC Hummer were told yesterday that the business will close permanently on Monday.
One worker tells the Herald it’s because the dealership couldn’t get a franchise from GM to sell Chevrolet vehicles.
Founder John Carroll and his son Scott wouldn’t comment.
General Motors announced last year it would eliminate more than a third of its Canadian dealerships in an effort to cut costs.
Up to 60 workers, some who have been with Carroll for 25 years will lose their jobs.