* Strike deadline at end of Friday * Union says progress made, may extend deadline if need be * Strike could affect production of Chrysler minivans * Main issue is job security TORONTO, Nov 20 (Reuters) - Workers at a Johnson Controls plant in Canada that makes parts for Chrysler minivans are unlikely to go on strike this weekend, even if labor negotiations go past the Friday deadline, the union said. The two sides have been in talks since Monday trying to reach a new collective ...
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