It looks like the province's politicians are in for another long night.
Government House Leader Jerome Kennedy told reporters this afternoon that he's not going to make any moves towards shutting down debate on proposed amendments to the province's access to information legislation.
Kennedy can move to end debate whenever he wants, but it seems that the Progressive Conservative government is prepared to let things run their course.
Opposition politicians have said that they will continue their filibuster in the House of Assembly until the government shuts them down.
In all likelihood, that means MHAs will continue debating through the night and through most of the day Wednesday. They've already been at it for more than 24 hours.
MHAs are debating amendments to the Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act, which would shut down public access to broad categories of government documents.