By Scott Anderson TORONTO, Sept 27 (Reuters) - The Canadian Auto Workers union is close to reaching a new three-year agreement with Ford Canada , but the union said on Friday that failure to resolve the issue of saving jobs at the company's Oakville, Ontario, truck plant could still force a strike. "I'm certainly a lot more confident after our last meeting (with Ford) last night and our early morning meeting than I was yesterday. I can't guarantee anything, but I think we're moving in ...
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