Flaherty, as is the case withMorneau, was advised by an informal committee of agency heads: the deputy minister of finance, the governor of the Bank of Canada, the superintendent of financial institutions, the president of Canada Deposit Insurance Corp., and the commissioner of the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada. In Ottawa, this group is known as SAC, or Senior Advisory Committee, and the chief executive of Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. attends when invited. These are the people you want in the room for an assessment of whats happening in financial markets. (The absence of a securities regulator is a problem, but Ottawa doesnt have one.) However, the SAC has no authority, and it operates far from view. The committee never releases anything for public consumption. Ask for its agendas under the Access to Information Act, as I once did, and you receive pieces of paper with nothing but the date and time of the meetings. The committees advice is for the finance minister only. None of Flaherty, Oliver, or Morneau ever have felt compelled to share what the governments foremost experts on economics and finance think about financial stability. That could be because the politicians dont always like what the SAC has to say. After the last election, both Bloomberg News and the National Post reported that Oliver rejected calls from officials to cool the housing market. The Conservatives disliked the idea of making mortgages harder to get on the eve of an election campaign. Used with permission of / Rogers Media Inc.
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