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Prince Edward Island Premier Robert Ghiz is pictured in July, 2012.
Prince Edward Island Premier Robert Ghiz is pictured in July, 2012.
(Andrew Vaughan/The Canadian Press)

PEI looks to flex constitutional muscle in Senate reform talks

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If scandal has set the train rolling to abolishing the Senate, then Prince Edward Island is the little province that won’t.

At least, it won’t without the truck and trade of a constitutional negotiation that would give it something else: the guarantee of more seats in the House of Commons.