DETROIT -- General Motors of Canada Ltd. will lay off 932 workers at its St. Catharine’s, Ont., engine and components complex with discontinuation of the Gen IE V-8 engine produced there, as well as loss of some related work. Buzz Hargrove, president of the Canadian Auto Workers union, tells Ward’s he got the official word from GM Canada Feb. 4. A GM Canada spokesman confirms layoff notices are being sent out and will be received by the workers over the next two weeks. They will begin to ...

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