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Mary Keating works from her Fonthill home for two or three days every week. (Glenn Lowson for the Globe and Mail/Glenn Lowson for the Globe and Mail)
Mary Keating works from her Fonthill home for two or three days every week. (Glenn Lowson for the Globe and Mail/Glenn Lowson for the Globe and Mail)

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Commuting to work is a major commitment for Mary Keating. The trip from her home town of Fonthill, Ont. to the downtown Toronto offices of Hill & Knowlton Canada takes a gruelling two-and-a-half hours, and it brings her through a congested traffic corridor that has only gotten worse in the nine years since she took the job.

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