Jim Flaherty's family, friends, and colleagues of all party stripes filled the pews at Toronto's downtown St. James Cathedral on Wednesday to pay their final respects to a man whose life was cut short by a sudden heart attack. More video
Nigel Wright's decision last year to repay $90,000 in improper expenses claimed by Senator Mike Duffy may well be regrettable, ill-advised and even damned foolish. But it was not criminal. That's the good news - for Wright and for Duffy and Prime Minister Stephen Harper. But there is bad news. More read comments video
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- The Life and Legacy of Jim Flaherty Apr. 12, 2014 7:00 AM This week on The House, we remember the life and legacy of former Finance Minister Jim Flaherty with the Governor of Bank of England Mark Carney, the MP who tried to save Jim Flaherty's life Kellie Leitch, Official Opposition leader Thomas Mulcair, Transport Minister Lisa Raitt, and former Reform Party leader Preston Manning.