Trudeau’s experiment in Senate a step-by-step revolution
Small steps, inch-by-inch progress, takes more time and patience than revolution—but it may eventually produce a more functional, fair and modern democracy. We’ll be watching.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who appointed Murray Sinclair to the Senate last March, has done what no one thought possible: turned the Senate of Canada into a potentially useful, and suddenly intriguing, institution, writes Susan Riley. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright