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Tonight on Perspectives: Do Canadians work too much?

October 1, 2010
“Do Canadians work too much?”
We took to the streets of Winnipeg, Manitoba (and to the virtual streets of Facebook) to chase down public opinion surrounding this very question.
We were surprised at the responses, and we think you will be, too!
Perspectives Word FamilyThis week join Matthew Harrison (sitting in this week for Pedro Guevara Mann) as he probes deeply into the touchy business of balancing work life with family life. As we will learn from studio guests Mireia Las Heras and Salvador Rego, integrating one’s work and family is truly an art!
Mireia is the Academic Director at the University of Navarra’s award winning business school in Spain. The Economist ranked the school at #2 in the world in 2008 and Forbes charted it at #1 in the world in 2007. Mireia is convinced that it is possible to excel in business and in family life, simultaneously. The key? Healthy relationships.
The second guest, Salvador Rego shares Mireia’s convictions so much that he founded the Work and Family Foundation of Canada in 2009. The foundation is dedicated to restoring a healthy rhythm in Canadian society.
Tune in this Friday at 7 and 11pm ET, 8pm PT and we think you’ll be happy to learn that the roads to Christian success wind at a much more manageable pace than you initially thought.
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