Updated at 1:35 p.m. (EST)
It's judgement day for Senator Pamela Wallin and the judgement is...she better get out her chequebook.
On Monday morning, three members of the Senate's internal economy committee, were presented with the long-awaited Deloitte audit into the Senator's travel expenses.
While details of the document have not yet been made public, media have sourcing leaks.
On Twitter, CTV News' Daniele Hamamdjian is reporting that Wallin must repay between $121,348 and $142,236 which includes expenses falsely claimed for Tory fundraising and private business interests.
CBC's Chris Hall notes that the senators learned that Wallin tried to retroactively amend her expense reports after the audit had begun.
The trio of senators, known as the steering committee, will now spend the day drafting a report with regard to a course of action against the former Conservative and now independent senator. They'll reconveneRead More »from Sen. Pamela Wallin may have to repay $140,000 after audit results today