(Adds details throughout) TORONTO, Sept 27 (Reuters) - General Motors of Canada and the Canadian Auto Workers union reached a tentative agreement on Tuesday, narrowly avoiding what would have been the first strike at Canada's biggest automaker in nine years. The two sides agreed to the deal about 40 minutes before the midnight deadline, when some 17,500 GM Canada workers would have hit the picket line. "After some tough negotiations we have reached a tentative agreement," said CAW ...
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