National NewsGM to convert Oshawa plant but thousands could still be out of work; At least two handguns used in Colorado school shooting SHARE ON: Greg Higgins, contributor, Wednesday, May. 8th, 2019 Not all is lost for workers at Oshawa automotive plant General Motors has settled a grievance with the union representing workers in Oshawa. Today the automaker announced it will retool the Oshawa plant for stamping and subassembly, saving 300 jobs. A track will also be built for testing autonomous vehicles. In all GM is investing 170-million dollars in Oshawa. For the remaining 2,300 employees that will lose their jobs, GM is offering relocation for employees to other plants in Ontario and new skill training for non-union employees.Vice-Admiral will see charges droppedIt looks like the charge of breach of trust against Suspended Vice-Admiral Mark Norman will be stayed. That is the route federal prosecutors are requesting to take saying there is no reasonable prospect of conviction. Norman allegedly leaked cabinet documents which is what led to the high profile case.Shooters able to access school through entrance without metal detectorWe are getting more information about the school shooting in Colorado that killed one and injured eight. According to officials, at least two handguns were used by the shooters were also students at the high school. Apparently, they were able to enter the building through an entrance without metal detectors and opened fire on two classrooms.