TORONTO, April 28 (Reuters) - The Canadian Auto Workers Union said on Monday it has reached a tentative three-year agreement with Ford Canada the includes a wage freeze. The contract deal, which comes about five months before the current deal ends, avoids a two-tier system for wages, pensions and benefits, the CAW said. A two-tier system, already introduced at U.S. automakers, hires new employees at wages that are about half the regular union rates. (Reporting by John McCrank, writing by ...
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