TORONTO, Sept 30 (Reuters) - The Canadian Auto Workers union said on Monday it reached a tentative three-year contract agreement with Ford Motor Co. of Canada , beating the deadline of midnight on Tuesday for a strike that could have crippled the automaker's North American operations. No details of the three-year agreement were immediately available, but it was expected to mirror closely a deal ratified by General Motors of Canada workers last week. That three-year agreement gave them a ...
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