Jim Flaherty says he’s no stranger to complaint, after City of Oshawa contacts the Federal Integrity Commissioner
Jim Flaherty is unfazed by a City of Oshawa decision to call the Federal Integrity Commissioner. Council voted to ask that the Finance Minister and Whitby Oshawa MP and his relationships with members of the Oshawa Port Authority be examined. Flaherty says he has nothing to do with the appointments to the arms-length agency. Flaherty says he’s no stranger to complaints, as federal finance minister, or political games. Meanwhile, he wouldn’t comment on the approval of the ethanol plant, Flaherty does say he supports economic growth in Durham region, and more business to take the tax burden off residents.