IPhoto '08 loses exif data when exporting RAW to JPG

I'm using a Canon 40D shooting only RAW. I just recently noticed that when I export to JPG, iPhoto loses quite a bit of important EXIF data, including, aperture info.
Is this a known issue, or is it something unique to my system?

I guess I misworded it. I understand that the info doesn't go away or come back. Either there's a problem in both Finder and flickr (I've uploaded the file to flickr.com) where neither finds the info in the jpeg or there's a problem in the way iPhoto writes the EXIF data to the file.
Today, I downloaded EXIFViewer for an alternate look at the EXIF fields and the aperture data is there according to EXIFViewer. So, now I think the bug may be with flickr. Can't really call it a bug in Finder, since the expected functionality for finder is not to get "aperture info", but "More info."
In any case, these are the fields in the More Info:
|RAW:Name_|_RAW:Value_|_JPEG:Name_|_JPEG:Value|
|Dimensions|2586x3892|Dimensions|2586x3892|
|Device make|Canon|Device make|Canon|
|Color space|RGB|Color space|RGB|
|Profile name|Adobe RGB (1998)|Profile name|Generic RGB Profile|
|Focal Length|44|Focal Length|44|
|Alpha channel|0|Alpha channel|0|
|Red eye|0|Red eye|0|
|FNumber|4|
|Exposure|1/60|Exposure|1/60|
|Last opened|Monday, May 19, 2008 6:31 PM|Last opened|Today, 9:31am|
And the meta info on flickr is here:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/carloscervantes/2536040124/meta/
Again, no aperture data in either flickr or Finder.

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