Flaherty remembered for his common touch
Jim Flaherty may have been a powerful influence in the inner circle of the national government, and one of Canada’s longest-serving finance ministers, but it was his constituency work that meant the most to the people.
Common touch: Jim Flaherty died of a massive heart attack on April 10 at his home in Ottawa. All sides of the House will miss him. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
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