During the general election in 2015, Justin Trudeau, the leader of the 3rd party, made a number of commitments to rebuild many of Canada’s important governmental institutions including the House of Commons, the Senate, and the “first past the post” electoral system. After more than 18 months into its mandate, the Liberal government has made some progress in fulfilling the promises that were so central to the campaign but have also disappointed many advocates and reformers who had high expectations.
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Government appointments and the Trudeau Government
‘Government was created for another era’: why it must change
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