Senate abolition

A worker carries a bench while preparing the Senate chamber on Parliament Hill in Ottawa

Brazen populism can’t kill the Senate

Why the red chamber won’t die of simple neglect

Mind the constitutional gap

If Harper wants to kill the Senate, he should first look back at the career of his one-time idol, Pierre Trudeau

The messy details of Senate reform

Paul Wells on C-7 and the political and legal storms bearing down on Ottawa
Mike Duffy

Why the Senate must be scrapped, part II

Maclean’s editorial: ’These are grim times for our political leaders’
Abolish the Senate? Ingrates!

Liberal vs. Conservative in the Senate: Just like Survivor — sort of

Time for the Senate to fight back — Scott Feschuk has some ideas
David Johnston

Why the Senate should be abolished

In the face of patronage, scandal and futility, getting rid of the Senate is a better option than doing nothing at all

Senate appointments: "There oughtta be a law"

John Geddes on why the ’patronage chamber’ is an affront to democracy