TORONTO, Sept 30 (Reuters) - The union representing Ford Motor Co. of Canada's hourly workers said it is confident a new three-year agreement can be reached later on Monday or early on Tuesday, just one day before the deadline for a strike that would cripple the automaker's North American operations. Although Buzz Hargrove, head of the Canadian Auto Workers union, told reporters he would have liked a deal by now, he said was confident the two sides could settle before the Tuesday midnight ...
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