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Kelly and the Cardinal

Kelly Okamura talks to Cardinal Peter Turkson, president of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace at the the Rotman School of Business.

She refers to part of his talk on the Vocation of the Business Leader, and links to this downloadable Vatican document. 

 Also, Kelly learns from Jim Harris at the Schulich Net Impact symposium. And Auret Van Heerden on Fair Labour and the Living Wage at the Fashion Institute of Technology on why clothing matters.

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