General Motors auto workers prepare rows of the new Chevrolet Camaro for delivery, at the company's Oshawa Ontario facility April 8, 2009. REUTERS/Fred Thornhill/File Photo
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General Motors Co and the Canadian autoworkers union announced a tentative contract deal early Tuesday morning, averting a strike that would have shut some of the automaker's Canadian manufacturing facilities.Union members will vote on the deal Sunday.Under the union's practice of pattern bargaining, the deal with GM sets a pattern that Ford and Fiat Chrysler will be expected to follow closely in their contracts.A four-year contract covering some 20,000 Canadian autoworkers at the three automakers expired on Sept. 19, but only GM workers were in a legal strike position Tuesday.
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