SANTA BARBARA, CA – General Motors Corp. has received inquiries regarding the availability of its Ste. Therese, Que., Canada, assembly plant, which is scheduled to close Aug. 30, a company executive tells Ward’s here at a product seminar. “We have various interests who have been in contact,” says Michael Grimaldi, president-GM Canada, who declined to divulge further details. GM announced it was closing Ste. Therese, which makes the Camaro/Firebird, last September. Due to years of ...

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