As I am sure you have noted.
Upstairs and downstairs.
Now you know that I didn't vote for our beloved Prime Minister nor would I.
He is in a position to change the way things run electorally in our country. For starters, representation by population, not language. It is insane that Prince Edward Island, which has less people in it than my building, gets four MPs. No, no and no.
Now this from Martin Ouellet and the Canadian Press: Quebec is demanding...a guarantee that the province will continue to hold 24 per cent of the chamber's seats. Quebec currently has 75 of the 308 seats." F*ck y'all. In fact y'all better start f*cking to keep your 24 per cent. Less people less representation, get it?
The Senate. Do like the Yanks do and the Aussies. Give each state er province a set number of Senators. Say six a province. Have elections for two/two and two every two years.
Born again Quebecois Jack Layton says "...he agrees with Quebec's goals. He said he supported the previous motions passed by the Quebec legislature with that goal. 'The principle is that we do not want Quebec's current weight reduced,' Layton told The Canadian Press."
Of course not, you got 59 seats in La Belle but to turn your back on Canada to get on TV a bit more, get better public housing and a higher pension, shame on you Mr. Layton.