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Duffy is suing the Senate and the government for more than $7.8 million.
Sen. John Wallace served for eight years.
The Crown says it no longer believes there is a reasonable prospect to convict.
Senators rejected an amendment that would have added the right to make advance directives to the federal government's proposed new law on assisted dying.
Sen. Patrick Brazeau still faces charges.
She was suspended without pay from the Senate in November 2013
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They're putting their professional backgrounds to use at the Commons' heritage committee studying the state of local media in Canada.
The special arbitrator tasked with evaluating the questionable expense claims of more than a dozen Canadian senators held a two-day session with participants last week and will begin focusing on indiv...
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Wallin and fellow senators Mike Duffy and Patrick Brazeau saw their suspensions from the Senate end with the dissolution of the last Parliament.
Her suspension without pay from the Senate was lifted in early August when Stephen Harper dissolved Parliament.
Says Trudeau: "The prime minister is not worthy of our trust."
If charges are approved, she would be the fourth senator — the third appointed by Harper — to face trial.
Three people will immediately and directly benefit from an early election call: Mike Duffy, Pamela Wallin and Patrick Brazeau. The suspended senators have been without pay or benefits since November...
New Democrats want to defund the upper chamber.