Alberta at Noon | Nov 2, 2012 | 52:38

Friday November 02, 2012

Canadian Downhill Olympic Gold Medallist Kerrin Lee Gartner takes calls on American downhill skiier Lyndsey Vonn's fight to compete with the men in the World Cup at Lake Louise. Business professor Melanie Peacock of Mount Royal University answers questions about sick days in the work place.

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