Ontario to spend C$625 mln on auto industry plan

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By Scott Anderson TORONTO, Feb 26 (Reuters) - The Ontario government said on Wednesday it will spend C$625 million ($419 million) over the next five years on training and development programs designed to attract automotive plants to the province, already home to much of Canada's auto industry. Ontario Premier Ernie Eves called on the federal government to match the province's funding commitment to help keep automakers from moving investment and jobs to the United States, where several ...

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