TORONTO, Sept 26 (Reuters) - The Canadian Auto Workers union said on Wednesday it had reached a tentative labor contract with Fiat SpA's Chrysler Group LLC, the last of the Detroit Three automakers to agree to a new labor contract with its Canadian workers. The new agreement with Chrysler was hammered out after more than a month of tough negotiations, and follows pacts reached with Ford Motor Co and General Motors Co last week.
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