From the belly of Don Martin's anti Bill C-232 rant:
While the Conservatives may order their stable of senators to line up against the bill, they still might not have the numbers to scuttle it.
One of their own, Quebec Senator Pierre Claude Nolin, says he endorses the legislation and some of the Independents are waffling. Alberta Independent Elaine McCoy, thankfully, came out swinging against it.
And this piece from Lawyer's Weekly suggests that:
Other Conservative caucus members, particularly francophones who sympathize with the bill’s aim, could also abstain from what the government says is a free vote.
A close vote, then.