"Alberta senator Bert Brown has proposed a new voting formula where all provinces would have an equal number of seats in Ottawa. Under his proposal for a “Triple-E upper chamber” (elected, effective and equal), each province would hold the same number of seats in Senate, but hand effective veto power during votes on legislation to senators from Ontario and Quebec."
Triple-E Senate architect has new concept
"The Senate could veto a bill only with the support of a majority of senators from each of seven out of 10 provinces representing 50% of the population," Mr. Brown wrote.
Veto for Quebec not Alberta? Equal number of senators?
If the government isn't going to scrap it, I like the limited terms, and an election. Maybe. Depends on the number of immigrants that are pro-left.
About the Canadian Committee for a Triple-E Senate
Canadian Parliamentary Review - Article