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06/27/2012

Why such confusion around Elliot Lake mall rescue?

Today we’ll be talking about two top issues this week: the unfolding tragedy in the town of Elliot Lake, and whether health-care workers should be required to get flu shots.

Editorial page editor Andrew Phillips is joined by editorial board members Gordon Barthos and Carol Goar.

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