The point of institutional reform was not to continue the rule of fear and favour in the Senate, in forcing through decisions and doling out the goodies from the top. That is not reform. That is regression.
Quebec Senator Pierre Dalphond, right, pictured on Dec. 12, 2019, at Qatar's National Day reception at the Westin Hotel in Ottawa with Homoud Al-Saaide, the Embassy of Qatar's counsellor and chargé d'affaires. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
HALIFAX—Here Come the Judge was an iconic song in 1968 by the Magistrates, featuring the voice of Jean Hillary.
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