The Best Buy Auto Parts Store in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, has been known for its amazing prices, but that may not be the case anymore.
The chain’s flagship outlet has been forced to shut down due to rising drug and alcohol testing requirements.
The store was also forced to close its doors due to a rash of car thefts in the area, reports the CBC.
A spokesperson for the chain told the CBC that they are working to make changes and improve their processes.
“As a result of the changes, we have to temporarily close the store for several weeks while we work with our local health and safety team to assess our safety and security,” the spokesperson wrote in an email.
The spokesperson added that the chain will also “ensure that our employees and associates are trained on the new regulations, as well as the importance of maintaining a safe work environment for our customers.”
The chain has also been hit with a number of lawsuits over its drug testing procedures, which were implemented in 2015.
A 2015 class action lawsuit alleges that the store’s testing process has resulted in the store being fined $2.7 million.
The Canadian Tire chain has been hit by similar allegations, and was recently forced to pay $9.2 million to settle claims of employee misconduct.
The company’s CEO told The Associated Press in 2015 that the company has changed its testing process to better adhere to the new requirements.