TORONTO, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Ontario's newly reelected Liberal government, shaken by big manufacturing sector job losses, on Thursday promised spending on infrastructure and the auto sector to stem the outflow of jobs in Canada's most populous province. The government "is clear-eyed about the challenges posed by a high (Canadian) dollar, high commodity prices and the intense -- and sometimes intensely unfair -- competition faced by our manufacturers, foresters and farmers," Lieutenant ...
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