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It’s been nearly a year since a damning report was published about workplace harassment allegations.
The Independent senator faces possible suspension, again.
One senator described the multi-year inquiry process alleged victims have gone through as “outrageous.”
One senator explains the “safeguard” in place to prevent the committee from being beholden to Senate interests.
Conservative Sen. Elizabeth Marshall claims her emails were accessed without her knowledge.
Romeo Saganash's UNDRIP bill will die in the Senate because of partisan tactics.
Knowing that cameras will be watching them will invariably change how the senators conduct themselves.
A Conservative senator said some found it "unusual."
Lots of Conservative senators voiced their opposition.