TORONTO, Aug 26 (Reuters) - About 165 employees at Wescast Industries' Wingham, Ontario, machining plant went on strike on Thursday, affecting production at the autoparts company that supplies major manufacturers including Ford and Nissan. Employees at the plant in southwestern Ontario, whose contract expired July 1, walked off the job early Thursday after talks over a new contract failed. Brantford, Ontario-based Wescast makes exhaust manifolds for cars and light trucks. The Wingham ...
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