CAW talks go down to the wire
Contract talks are continuing in Toronto in hopes of averting a strike by members of the Canadian Auto Workers union.
The strike deadline is midnight tonight, but the C-A-W is reporting progress at the bargaining table.
The union say if progress is being made, then the strike deadline could be extended.
The union says it's focusing its efforts on reaching an agreement with Ford because the automaker has been more receptive than G-M and
Chrysler to its offer on the key issue of wages.
The C-A-W is hoping a deal with Ford could serve as a template for subsequent agreements with General Motors and Chrysler.