If there is a change, there should be a constitutional change; something that requires all provinces to be on board.
As for what to change to, nothing has been put forth by the committee looking into it. So what change is the government going to push through?
Also, a referendum will cost half a billion dollars.
Did not think about the issue of requiring all provinces to be on board. I don't actually think that is the case, is it not some formula like .. . . at least 7 provinces in total comprising over 60% of Canada's population ?
Half a billion is a rounding error to Trudeau, spending money like a drunken sailor.
Seriously though, if that is actually true, half a billion is a silly amount of money, but, changing our democracy without broad based support will cost us a lot more when Canada fractures because Quebec, Alberta or Vancouver Island thinks they were screwed.