(Recasts) TORONTO, July 27 (Reuters) - General Motors of Canada plans to resume production at two assembly plants late Tuesday after workers at a key supplier accepted a new contract and returned to work. Canada's biggest automaker was forced to idle the major assembly plants in Oshawa, Ontario, on Monday because of parts shortage, after TDS Automotive workers went on strike Sunday night in a wage dispute. GM spokeswoman Pam McLaughlin said the third shift would be called back to work ...
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