Canadian assembly plants are slowly resuming operations following the massive power outage that hit Ontario Aug. 14. While areas in the U.S. affected by the blackout resumed normal operations Aug. 18, Ontario’s recovery has been hampered by delays at several nuclear power plants. Ford Oakville plant using diesel generators to build minivans until full power is restored. Ward’s estimates a loss of 33,500 units at Canadian plants, contributing to total losses of 49,500 due to the ...

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