TORONTO, Aug 18 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. of Canada said on Monday it had cut the day production shift at its Oakville, Ontario, and shuttered its headquarters to save power. About a 1,000 workers help build Ford cars during the day shift at Oakville and 600 people work at the headquarters, Ford Canada spokeswoman Lauren More told Reuters. More said she did not know whether the day shift and the headquarters would remain shut on Tuesday. "At this point we are taking it on a day-by-day ...
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