TORONTO, Feb 23 (Reuters) - General Motors of Canada said on Thursday it will invest C$227 million ($197 million) at its Oshawa, Ontario truck assembly plant to prepare for its next generation of full-size pickup trucks. GM Canada said investment in the Oshawa facility, which is already underway, includes extensive retooling throughout the plant and should be completed this fall. The investment is being done to ready the facility for the automaker's next generation full-size pickup ...
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