May 4, 2014

Canada's Longest-Running Farce

Rex Murphy, National Post

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The Senate stands, unmodified, impervious and unreformed. Nothing has changed. And nothing will. For after this ruling, which party is going to put forward proposals during an election to change it? Which party realistically can? The only conceivable reforms would have to come from within — a likelihood so slim, there is no human means to measure it.

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