The leaders of the Progressive Senate Group share their vision for Senate reform.
Through our words and our actions, we will work together, collaboratively and respectfully with each other and other groups, toward a better Senate, and a better Canada, write Sen. Jane Cordy and Sen. Dennis Dawson. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
We read Senator Tony Dean’s recent opinion piece in iPolitcs with great interest. We welcome his views and the views of all Senators relating to Senate reform.
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