CBC News is reporting that Harley Davidson is shutting down its Montreal headquarters.
The news comes after CBC News revealed that a group of investors bought up the clothing company in June and sold the assets in July.
In a statement, Harley Davidson said it was “in the process of evaluating all options and options to close its Montreal location.”
“Harley Davidson is moving forward with the closure of its Montreal operation,” it said.
Harley said it’s not done with Quebec, saying the Quebec government has not responded to its letter.
Harly Davidson is a Canadian brand founded in 1988.
It has a strong presence in Europe, Latin America and the Middle East.
It is owned by a group called the Davidson family.