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Renewing the Upper Chamber in Canada

The Canadian Prime Minister has recently appointed a slate of five new Senators to the Upper Chamber. Two things are significant about this latest round of Senatorial appointments. First, the governing Conservative Party now holds a plurality of seats in the Senate after spending years in the wilderness of minority status. Second, the prospect that the

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Published on February 2, 2010
Author:          Filed under: Canada, constitutional design, hp, Richard Albert, Senate of Canada