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Senate Reform Working Papers 2008

Title Paper Number Author/Editor Special Series  
The Senate of Canada and the Conundrum of Reform 2008 - 01 David E. Smith Senate Reform - Backgrounder Download
Federal Second Chambers Compared 2008 - 02 Ronald L. Watts Senate Reform - Backgrounder Download
Harmonizing Regional Representation with Parliamentary Government:The Original Plan 2008 - 03 Janet Ajzenstat Senate Reform - Backgrounder Download
Senate Reform as a Risk to Take, Urgently 2008 - 04 Tom Kent Senate Reform Download
Anticipating the Consequences of C-20 2008 - 05 Stephen Michael MacLean Senate Reform Download
The Constiutionality of C-20 2008 - 06 Vincent Pouliot Senate Reform Download
Thoughts on Senate Reform 2008 - 07 Lorna R. Marsden Senate Reform Download
Whither 91.1? The Constitutionality of Bill C-19: An Act to Limit Senate Tenure 2008 - 09 Don Desserud Senate Reform Download
Bill C-20: Faulty Procedure and Inadequate Solution (Testimony before the Legislative Committee on Bill C-20, May 7, 2008) 2008 - 11 Ronald L. Watts Senate Reform Download
Assessing Senate Reform Through Bill C-19: The Effects of Limited Terms for Senators 2008 - 12 Andrew Heard Senate Reform Download
Senate Reform: What Does Bill C-20 Mean for Women? 2008 - 13 Louise Carbert Senate Reform Download
Bill C-20's Populist Model of Campaign Finance for Senate Elections: The First Step Away from Canada's Egalitarian Regime? 2008 - 14 Peter Aucoin Senate Reform Download
Senate Reform and Democratic Legitimacy: Beyond Stasis 2008 - 15 Senator Hugh Segal Senate Reform Download
Harper's Senate Reform: An Example of Open Federalism? 2008 - 16 Nadia Verrelli Senate Reform Download
Constitutional Doubts About Bill C-20 and Senatorial Elections 2008 - 17 Andrew Heard Senate Reform Download
Senate Reform: What Does the Constitution Say? 2008 - 18 John D. Whyte Senate Reform Download

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