TORONTO -- Ford's unionized Canadian workers have accepted a new contract that was hammered out last week.
The Canadian Auto Workers says 82 per cent of its members who voted this weekend accepted the new contract.
The CAW news release did not indicate how many of its 4500 members at Ford cast ballots.
CAW members at General Motors are due to vote on a tentative contract on Wednesday and Thursday.
Talks continue with Chrysler, the last of the Big Three North American automakers who has not reached a deal with the CAW.
The union says it hopes to reach a deal this week, talks are due to resume on Monday.
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