TORONTO, Sept 6 Any strike at General Motors Co's Canadian unit will have a "profound impact" on the company because union members at the CAMI assembly in Ingersoll, Ontario will not accept engines made at any plant that is not on strike, Canada auto union president Jerry Dias said in an interview on Tuesday.
GM's St Catharines powertrain facility, which would shut down in any strike, supplies engines to CAMI, which assembles the strong selling Chevrolet Equinox and the GMC Terrain. (Reporting by Allison Martell; Editing by Alan Crosby)
BRIEF-Lakeland Bancorp prices $75 million of 5.125% subordinated notes
* Lakeland Bancorp announces pricing of $75 million of 5.125% subordinated notes
UPDATE 2-Argentina judge rules Barrick mine to remain suspended
BUENOS AIRES/TORONTO, Sept 30 A judge in Argentina ruled that Barrick Gold Corp's operations at its Veladero mine would remain suspended, saying repairs were insufficient to reopen it after a leak of processing solution containing cyanide earlier this month.