Thomson ReutersJanuary 18, 2013 14:45
* Flaherty formally reprimanded for lobbying regulators
* Wrote letter supporting constituent seeking radio license
* Main opposition leader demands formal investigation
By David Ljunggren
OTTAWA, Jan 18 (Reuters) - Canadian Finance Minister Jim Flaherty apologized on Friday for breaking ethics rules when he lobbied on behalf of a constituent who wanted to set up a radio station, and said it was an "oversight" that would not happen again.