TORONTO, Sept 26 (Reuters) - General Motors Canada , the last of the big three automakers to reach a contract with the Canadian Auto Workers, has taken on the pattern agreement already accepted by its rivals, a union spokesman said on Monday. "We've both agreed that the pattern that we set with DaimlerChrysler (Canada ) and Ford (Motor Co. of Canada ) has been met by General Motors so we have an agreement on that," CAW spokesman Jim Pare told Reuters That clears a key hurdle in talks ...
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