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Minister Diane Finley, Accommodating Parents, Lawyer Jim O'Neil Debunks Rumour of his Death

Human Resources and Skills Development Minister Diane Finley tells us more about the federal government's integrity officers and EI reform. Barb Byers is the executive vice president of the Canadian Labour Congress. She takes your calls on how far employers should go to accommodate parents' child care needs. And, Jim O'Neil, a lawyer in Amherst, Nova Scotia, assures us he's alive after a viral rumour of his death.

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