TORONTO -- A&P Canada and the United Food and Commercial Workers union here made enough progress in negotiations to avert a threatened strike last week. Following weeks of tough talk, both sides appeared more restrained and even somewhat hopeful in public statements. However, it wasn't clear precisely how far apart they remained on the issues. The union extended its strike deadline indefinitely pending continued advancement in the talks, said Dave Killham, communications coordinator ...

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