Strike averted at Canada Chrysler supplier


* Workers vote 91.3 percent in favor of 3-year deal * Deal freezes wages, lowers new hire wages * Chrysler commits maintaining work for facility TORONTO, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Workers at a Johnson Controls factory in Canada that makes components for Chrysler minivans voted overwhelming in favor of a new contract late Sunday, averting a strike that could have shut down the automaker's Windsor, Ontario, minivan plant. The Lakeshore, Ontario, plant's 120 employees, around 30 of whom are on ...

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