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Parliamentary reform


  • Allocate more time for debating and voting on Private Members' Business.
  • Introduce new technology or other institutional changes to connect MPs with constituents.
  • Eliminate the use of whip and party lists in calling on MPs who wish to speak.
  • Provide more resources to committees.

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  • Direct the Speaker to enforce existing rules to minimize the power of party whips over individual MPs.
  • Set up an all-party commission to select a board deciding Governor-in-Council appointments.
  • Strengthen the role and independence of parliamentary officers.

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