Ontario Today | Jul 12, 2013 | 27:37

Fired from Walmart after dog complaint

Carla Cheney says she was fired for telling a customer not to leave a dog locked in a hot vehicle. Walmart denies that. But employment lawyer Janice Rubin says there is no such thing as free speech at work.

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