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CAW union reaches tentative deal at GM supplier Lear Whitby

Lear Whitby workers picket outside the facility in Whitby Ontario on Sunday October 28, 2012.

Aaron Vincent Elkaim/THE CANADIAN PRESS

The Canadian Auto Workers union says it has a tentative contract for striking workers at the Lear Whitby manufacturing plant, which makes seating for General Motors vehicles assembled in Oshawa, Ont.

About 400 workers represented by CAW Local 222 at Lear Whitby went on strike during the weekend.

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