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Burke Moffat and his wife Alejandra Bravo with their children (from left) Oscar, Felix and Galya. Mr. Moffat took six months of parental leave when Oscar was born. (Tim Fraser for The Globe and Mail/Tim Fraser for The Globe and Mail)
Burke Moffat and his wife Alejandra Bravo with their children (from left) Oscar, Felix and Galya. Mr. Moffat took six months of parental leave when Oscar was born. (Tim Fraser for The Globe and Mail/Tim Fraser for The Globe and Mail)

PARENTAL Leave

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Burke Moffat is serious about fatherhood. Back in 2002, when his son Felix was born, he was the first father at the Association of Management, Administrative and Professional Crown Employees of Ontario (AMAPCEO) to take a parental leave for two months. When his son Oscar was born, the 40-year-old labour relations specialist took six months off to help out at home.

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