Senate in action is a sight to behold
When Senate decisions are popular, there is no collision course with democracy. But when they are not so popular, all hell will break loose.
In the short term, they have been absolutely right. The amendments proposed by the Senate are logical, defensible and designed to improve the assisted-dying legislation. They are also eerily similar to amendments proposed by opposition members and defeated in the House of Commons.
The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright