Alan Neal, host of CBC Radio's All in a Day, spoke to senators to see what changes they would accept to the upper chamber amid multiple scandals regarding living expenses.
Over the last few months, CBC News has reported on the audits of senators such as Mike Duffy, Pamela Wallin, Mac Harb and Pierre-Hugues Boisvenu.
Now CBC Radio is asking those senators' colleagues about changes that could limit any abuse of the current system.
There are four segments running from Monday to Thursday this week on All In a Day. CBC News will post them after they air.
What would happen if the Senate was abolished?
- Senators Jim Munson, Thanh Hai Ngo, Bob Runciman and Hugh Segal described what "smart reform" is. They also shared what types of ideas they'd be willing to accept from the House of Commons and Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
Senators, is your work appreciated enough?
Alan Neal asked Ottawa-area senators about their frustrations around not getting enough media and public attention about the work they do.