Job and income security and a cost-of-living allowance are among the issues that stand between a strike and a tentative settlement at Ford Motor Co. of Canada Ltd. Talks continue as the strike deadline of 11:59 p.m., Oct. 1, approaches. The Canadian Auto Workers union, which represents 13,000 Ford employees at six sites in Ontario, says it’s reached a satisfactory resolution to the most contentious issue heading into negotiations – the planned closure of a pickup truck ...

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