By Scott Anderson TORONTO, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Workers at General Motors' Canadian assembly plants overwhelming accepted a new three-year contract on Sunday, paving the way for similar deals to be crafted when talks get under way with the other two U.S. auto giants. Seventy-two percent of the 19,000 workers at the General Motors plants that voted approved the pact that gives the hourly workers more money and more time off, the Canadian Auto Workers said. "We had some pretty contentious ...
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