For Mr John Henry, the mayor of the southern Ontario city of Oshawa, the past year of tumultuous trade talks between Canada and the United States should never have happened.
His city - with a population of 160,000 and less than an hour's drive from Toronto - is home to General Motors' (GM) main assembly line for the Impala sedan, a stock standard for car-hire fleets, and the popular Silverado truck, a 285-horsepower behemoth with a fuel tank so big that it costs C$150 (S$160) to fill.
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