What’s underneath the no comment?

The Globe hears that the Finance Minister is concerned about Mark Carney’s dealings with the Liberals.

Finance Minister Jim Flaherty is privately disappointed and concerned over Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney’s courtship by federal Liberals as well as his holiday stay at the home of an opposition MP, sources say.

The Finance Minister feels strongly that public servants should maintain the appearance of impartiality and is concerned when actions call that into question, sources say.




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What’s underneath the no comment?

  1. Cons never know when to keep quiet.

    Just when this non-story had pretty much died out, up pops Flaherty to hint/intimate/insinuate….that Carney may have been a Lib all along.

    Which says what to the Cons global bragging about how good our banking system and economy is?

    • It says nothing. Except perhaps that the Conservatives are willing to work with thoughtful people from different parties.

      • AHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

  2. “The Finance Minister feels strongly that public servants should maintain the appearance of impartiality and is concerned when actions call that into question, sources say.”

    The source in question was none other than Christian Paradis because irony has long been dead within the Harper Government.

    • Why do “progressive’s” always need to make things up to try to prove a “point”? I’d say it’s much more likely these shoddy rumors are being spread by Liberals who don’t like Trudeau, and are trying to make the public think Carney was actually considering the proposition, which from everything we’ve heard, he wasn’t.

      But of course an “anonymous source” would have much more credibility with you than, say, everybody involved.

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