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Geoffrey Stevens | Hugh Segal's departure leaves the Senate poorer but must be a relief to beleaguered Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | Is there a way to constitute an invigorated Senate that would have public legitimacy without undermining electoral democracy?
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This Week on Media Mornings | This Week on Media Mornings is a weekly independent Canadian and global news hour, featuring the top headlines and commentators from the past week. We bring you news you won’t hear anywhere else.
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Elizabeth May | Elizabeth May shares her prescription for what ails Canadian politics on the nation's 146th birthday.
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rabble staff | NDP leader Tom Mulcair said today that an NDP government would work to abolish the Senate.
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Karl Nerenberg | Harper's Reformers swept into Ottawa twenty years ago as the squeaky clean guys who would put an end to old-style patronage.
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Alberta Senate nominee candidate Ian Urquhart
David J. Climenhaga | Progressive Alberta voters deserve the opportunity to express their protest against the Senate vote more effectively than by spoiling than their "Senate nominee" ballots or formally declining them.
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Ted Sprague | With the Senate reform bill on the table, the familiar debate on its relevance is sweeping this nation once again. A referendum could start debate on the options: the status quo, reform, or abolition.