Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has appointed four senators, filling every seat in the upper chamber. The Senate has a full complement of 105 senators, the first time there hasn’t been a vacancy in about eight years. Trudeau has appointed 49 senators so far and will be able to appoint more in 2019. Margaret Dawn Anderson will fill the Northwest Territories seat, former Yukon Liberal premier Pat Duncan will take Yukon’s seat, Stanley Kutcher will take an open seat in Nova Scotia and Rosemary Moodie will fill a vacancy in Ontario.
And CBC and CTB commentators now point out that most of the Senate is now not politicized. Do some research into the political views of these people would be more helpful. Pretty sure the answer.
The Canadian Senate is an expensive joke that we don't need.
More IQ80 inspired idiocy.
Making certain that this country will remain screwed well into the future.