Conservative politics

Senate Reform Still Popular

In somewhat of a fall preview, a recent poll showed an overwhelming amount of Canadians support reforming Canada’s upper chamber.

From Windsor Star 

Overall, 70 per cent of Canadians support limiting appointed senators to eight-year terms and 72 per cent of those surveyed said Canadians should be allowed to directly elect senators.

As long-time readers of this blog would know. I am a strong proponent of Senate reform. Although it is not the most popular issue. It still deals with the fundamental concept of right to representation. Canadians should have a say in who represents them in both chambers on the Hill.

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