Ex Grit senators' expenses might not get posted online

Former Liberal Senator James Cowan speaks to the media on Parliament Hill in Ottawa Jan. 29, 2014....

Former Liberal Senator James Cowan speaks to the media on Parliament Hill in Ottawa Jan. 29, 2014. REUTERS/Blair Gable

Daniel Proussalidis, National Bureau

, Last Updated: 6:11 PM ET

OTTAWA - Details of Liberal MPs' and senators' expenses from October to December of last year will be made public soon, but that may be the last time the public sees expense details from the former Grits in the red chamber.

"I am happy to announce that the full disclosure of both MPs and the senators who during that quarter were part of the Liberal caucus will be online as of next week," Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau said Thursday

In October, the Liberal Party's website posted some details from about a month's worth of travel and hospitality expenses that Liberal MPs and senators charged to taxpayers.

However, Liberal senators' expenses disappeared from the site some time after Trudeau removed them from his caucus last month.

A Trudeau spokeswoman confirmed to QMI Agency that those senators' expenses would re-appear online next week.

After that, though, they won't be updated.


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