By Cameron French TORONTO, Aug 19 (Reuters) - Ontario's auto industry kept a low production profile on Tuesday, juggling shifts at some plants and cautiously adding production at others as it tried to cut demand on the province's overloaded power system. General Motors of Canada , which had dialed down much of its production on Monday, added a shift at one of its Oshawa, Ontario, plants while further reducing production at another. The company is hoping that supply does not fall too far ...
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