General Motors of Canada Ltd. rewards its Canadian workforce with a C$800 million ($507 million) investment that could firmly establish their role in the auto maker’s future product pipeline. Production of a crew-cab, short-box pickup is promised to GM’s truck assembly plant in Oshawa, Ont., as part of the 3-year agreement reached between the company and union following 12 days of intense bargaining. And the half-ton pickup, while shouldered by an existing platform, is a new product for ...
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