TORONTO, July 27 (Reuters) - General Motors of Canada was forced to idle two plants for a second day on Tuesday after workers at key supplier TDS Automotive rejected a tentative contract offer and remained on strike. "We do not have our day shift running in plant one or plant two and we are in a holding pattern, waiting to understand the outcome of any potential settlement," said GM spokeswoman Pam McLaughlin. Canada's largest automaker idled the plants on Monday after about 550 TDS ...
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