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Vast majority of Canadians support either abolishing or reforming the Senate

Things have got to change.

That’s the clear message poll respondents gave when asked about the future of the Senate, in which a mere 14 per cent of Canadians said the upper chamber should be left as is. 345 more words

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Letters for Friday, April 3

Children will suffer from Tory funding cuts

Re: “NDP criticizes cuts to child welfare system,” March 31.

NDP Leader Rachel Notley acts with moral conviction in drawing attention to the fact that two more teens died in provincial care this year. 1,128 more words

Rachel Notley

Editorial: It isn't about the cheese

You would think that after Mike Duffy, after Pamela Wallin, after Mac Harb and Patrick Brazeau, each and every Canadian senator would have developed at least a modicum of self-awareness, a small sense of how they’re perceived by the people who pay their healthy salaries.  420 more words

Politics

Dozens of current, former senators asked to account for expenses: report

WATCH: There’s news that at least 40 other current and retired senators are being intensely scrutinized about their expense claims. Jacques Bourbeau explains what the auditor general is looking for and why? 281 more words

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Pamela Wallin expensed the Senate to sit on TV election panel and give partisan Conservative view, RCMP alleges

Sen. Pamela Wallin charged the Senate for travel so she could offer “a Conservative Party perspective” on the 2011 federal election on a television news panel, the RCMP allege in newly released court documents. 876 more words

Canadian Politics

Wallin filed false Senate claims for work on boards of CTV, BMO: RCMP

Sen. Pamela Wallin charged the Senate for travel so she could offer “a Conservative Party perspective” on the 2011 federal election on a television news panel, the RCMP allege in newly released court documents. 753 more words

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RCMP expand investigation into Pamela Wallin's travel expense claims

OTTAWA – Pamela Wallin fabricated Senate business in order to get reimbursement for expenses that were actually personal and private, the RCMP allege in new court documents. 775 more words

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