Senate to release Binnie’s final Senators’ expense arbitration report on March 21

Meanwhile, six Senators have formed an independent, non-partisan working group to work together to make the Senate an entirely independent and non-partisan Chamber.

Sen. John Wallace, centre, pictured with former Senators Michael Meighen and Marjory LeBreton. Sen. Wallace and five other independent Senators formed a non-partisan working group last week to make the Senate a non-partisan Chamber. Photograph courtesy of the Senate

PUBLISHED : Monday, March 14, 2016 12:00 AM

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