TORONTO, Sept 27 (Reuters) - The Canadian Auto Workers union is moving closer to a new labor contract with General Motors of Canada , with the odds of successful deal now more than 50 percent, a CAW official said on Tuesday. "We're moving," said union spokesman Jim Pare. "If it was going off the track we wouldn't be talking."
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