(Updates with tentative deal, paragraphs 2-5) TORONTO, July 26 (Reuters) - General Motors of Canada was forced to idle two plants in Ontario on Monday, affecting about 6,000 workers, after employees at one of its suppliers went on strike, a GM spokeswoman said. But a tentative deal on Monday afternoon between parts supplier TDS Automotive and its union could see its workers back on the job as early as Monday's overnight shift. Canadian Auto Workers spokesman Dan Garvey said union ...
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