Senate “Stood Up” Says Labour

The Canadian Labour Congress is crediting the Senate with blocking quick passage of a contentious labour bill now deferred for months. Sixteen Conservative dissenters – most of them appointed by Prime Minister Stephen Harper – voted with Liberals to prevent passage of Bill C-377. Another six Conservatives abstained from supporting their own Senate leadership: “This was a bad bill.”

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