grocery store: I think you'd see the auto companies and auto parts makers try to get into court to get a temporary injunction, which would probably last, Warner told CTV's Your Morning Wednesday, according to CTV. But uncertainty will have an economic effect, he says. But Mark Warner doesn't think any closure would last long. Any closure would lead to delays in delivery of agricultural products, such as lettuce, berries and avocados. North America's auto market is heavily integrated, with parts and components crossing both borders multiple times. That would push up prices at the grocery store. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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