GM Canada production returns to normal as Lear strike ends


* Union in tentative deal with Lear, ends two-day strike * GM's Oshawa lines back on regular production schedule * Strike by 65 workers at Wescast continues TORONTO, Oct 30 (Reuters) - General Motors Co said production at its Oshawa, Ontario, assembly plant returned to normal on Tuesday after a two-day strike at a Lear Corp parts plant in Ontario ended and Lear's supply of car seats to GM was restored. About 400 workers at a Lear ...

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