Why the red chamber won’t die of simple neglect
The latest half-baked plan for Senate reform
Is the Prime Minister content to sit back and wait?
Will Stephen Harper ever appoint another senator?
In lieu of actual Senate reform, a dismissal of Justin Trudeau’s idea
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Prof. Adam Dodek says the Supreme Court’s Senate reference ruling is a clear, decisive guide to constitutional amendments
The Supreme Court ruling disappoints the Prime Minister
Wells: The PM had his answer to the Supreme Court ready six months before they ruled
Emmett Macfarlane on what today’s ruling means for the Conservatives, NDP and Liberals (and the country)
Conclusions focus on electing senators, limiting their terms or even abolishing the federal Senate outright
On the court’s Senate conclusions — and the Senate we really have
Canada’s top court rejects PM’s Senate fix. Read its decision here.
Supreme Court shoots down PM’s hopes of a quick fix for Canada’s scandal-plagued Senate
But Prime Minister Stephen Harper may not get the answer he wants
What will it take to reform or abolish the upper house?
The upper chamber and party allegiance