(Refiles to insert dropped word "a" in the first paragraph) By John McCrank TORONTO, March 19 (Reuters) - Workers at a Canadian Toyota assembly plant are set to vote on Thursday on whether to make their workplace the first wholly owned Asian auto plant in North America to be unionized, but a last-minute obstacle threatens to invalidate the ballot. On the eve of the vote, union representatives at Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc's , Cambridge, Ontario, plant, said that tension was ...
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