A Reuters report said that the Canadian Auto Workers union will begin contract talks on Tuesday with Freightliner's Canadian truck plant later this week, but the union admitted on Monday that it cannot hope for the same lucrative deals scored at big car makers. Reuters said the talks with DaimlerChrysler's Sterling Truck division in St. Thomas, Ontario, come just months after the CAW won the right to form a union at the plant that makes about 70 medium and heavy duty trucks a day.