(Releads, adds quotes, background) By Cameron French TORONTO, Sept 30 (Reuters) - The Canadian Auto Workers Union said on Monday it had resolved its deal-breaking job security issue with Ford Motor Co. of Canada , clearing what was seen as the largest hurdle in the contract talks and all but ensuring a deal will be reached without a strike. CAW head Buzz Hargrove said some issues remain to be ironed out, but added he is confident a new three-year agreement can be reached later on ...
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