Triple e senate, there would be 6 representatives from each and every province while the territories had one each this would provide for a new 62 member senate which would be elected at the same time as members of parliament the only exception would be quebec where senators would be hand-chosen by the national assembly. Canada very much needs parliamentary reform, including reform of the senate, but the eee model is not the way to go to see the problems with the eee model we need only look south.
The notion, or the concept of having the senate in canada is indeed a very powerful one, provided it functioned on the principles of the triple-e senate, whereby it would be equal, elected, and effective.
The triple-e senate (a mnemonic contrived acronym for equal, elected, and effective) is a proposed variation of reform to the current canadian senate, calling for senators to be elected to exercise effective powers in numbers equally representative of each province. The triple e senate of canada public interest in the senate is currently stronger than it ever has been nearly everyone agrees that our present senate is unsatisfactory. Senate of canada the senate is the upper house of canada's parliament its 105 members are appointed and hold their seats until age 75 the senate's purpose is to consider and revise legislation, investigate national issues, and most crucially according to the constitution — give the regions of canada an equal voice in parliament. The senate's purpose is to consider and revise legislation, investigate national issues, and most crucially according to the constitution — give the regions of canada an equal voice in parliament the senate is the upper house of canada's parliament.
The best senate model for canada would be the australian senate it is sort of triple e, but much better, since it allows both houses of parliament to remain very powerful, but it prevents deadlocks (this is why simply appointing senators who have a democratic base won’t work) this is how their senate works: first a bill is introduced into. Democratic legitimacy & the triple-e senate senate reform proposals in the 1980s beginning in the early 1980s, the debate on senate reform shifted to include several new issues, in particular, democratic legitimacy and provincial equality.
The phrase triple-e senate was coined by alberta report editor and conservative commentator ted byfield in a column for the report titled a triple-e plan to make ottawa ours, not theirs his son link byfield was once a candidate to be a senator for alberta. The senate of canada (french: sénat du canada) is the upper house of the parliament of canada, along with the house of commons and the monarch (represented by the governor general) the senate is modelled after the british house of lords and consists of 105 members appointed by the governor general on the advice of the prime minister. The triple e senate movement in particular, which crystallized around the proposal of the 1985 alberta select committee, is evidence that alberta's experience with the nep has cast a long, and persisting, shadow over ensuing thought about senate reform.
Canada toronto british columbia alberta harper’s three big senate blunders bob rae the mantra of the triple e senate as the foundation of reform/conservative policy dates. For a time, one popular reform idea was the so-called “triple-e senate” plan: senators should be elected by voters and each province should have an equal number of senate seats, making the body far more effective as a result the main difficulty with this proposal is the extreme disparity between the sizes of canada’s provinces.
Through the implementation of a triple e senate (equal, effective, elected), a federal principle can be constructed into the national government and therefore provide a check on the majority in the house of commons a major function of second chambers is legislative review. The high-point of support for the triple-e movement was the early 1990s, with both the meech lake and, later, charlottetown accords calling for a triple-e senate the province of alberta actually held province-wide elections to elect senators (then-pm brian mulroney eventually appointed one – stan waters – to the senate in 1990, in keeping. Reforming the senate of canada: frequently asked questions library of parliament 2 publication no 2011-83-e “fundamental features ” of the senate cannot be made unilaterally by the parliament.