OTTAWA, Nov 26 (Reuters) - Pressure on Canada's Conservative government to help the troubled auto sector grew on Wednesday after the main opposition party demanded an emergency debate in Parliament to address the issue. "We feel the government has sat on its hands long enough," Liberal legislator Judy Sgro said in a statement. The government said on Tuesday it won't hand over any cash to the industry until it has presented a solid business plan but has not set out a clear timeline for a ...
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