* Two sides reach a new 3-year tentative agreement * Ratification expected over the next two weeks TORONTO, June 27 (Reuters) - The Canadian Auto Workers union said it has reached a new three-year tentative agreement with VIA Rail, after a difficult and challenging round of negotiations. The agreement between the union and the government-owned railway that carries about 11,000 passengers daily, will avert a strike that was set to begin just before midnight on Sunday. The CAW said ...
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