By John McCrank TORONTO, June 26 (Reuters) - Canadian autoworkers acknowledged that General Motors Corp's decision to close a Oshawa, Ontario, truck plant next year was irrevocable, a union leader said on Thursday after a meeting with company officials. "Are we accepting it? Eventually, if someone keeps hitting you over the head with a sledgehammer, you're going to wake up," said Buzz Hargrove, president of the Canadian Auto Workers, said at the union's headquarters. Hargrove said GM ...
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