(Adds details throughout. Adds union comments) TORONTO, Sept 30 (Reuters) - The Canadian Auto Workers union on Monday reached a tentative three-year contract deal with Ford Motor Co. of Canada that averts a strike, extends the life of a truck plant threatened with closure and saves almost 1,400 jobs. "We put the challenge out to Ford and I am absolutely elated that Ford Motor Company rose to the occasion and met that challenge," Buzz Hargrove, head of the Canadian Auto Workers union, ...
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