THE Senate is still in session, provided enough senators can make bail. Between sexual assault charges, spending indiscretions, and absenteeism, some onlookers are wondering if Canada’s sober second thought has become more of a drunken echo. Despite being part of the Canadian political process for 130 years, members of both the NDP and the Conservatives have called for a referendum on the future of the Senate. Can the Red Chamber be reformed or has the Senate outlived its usefulness? Find us on Facebook and tell us what you think.
— Jeremy Shepherd