Senators are to continue looking at a motion Wednesday that would see Mike Duffy, Pamela Wallin and Patrick Brazeau suspended from the red chamber.
A vote on the motion, which was earlier expected by today, appears to have been put off until at least Friday, the first full day of the federal Conservative convention in Calgary. A lot could happen between now and then as the party caucuses in Ottawa gather to discuss the issues of the day.
The opposition parties say they will also continue hammering away at the prime minister during question period in the House of Commons, to find out more about what he knew about a deal to sweep Sen. Duffy's questionable expense claims under the rug.
Senators Mike Duffy, Pamela Wallin, and Patrick Brazeau are all under fire. The three, each named to the Senate by Prime Minister Harper, are under investigation for filing bogus expense claims.
Harper says Duffy should be turfed from the Senate because he did not tell the truth about his actions and showed ``no regret.''