Watch this space for more information as it become available.
UPDATE MONDAY - Global TV's Catherine Urquhart had the story on Sunday but it seems to have not been followed by any other media to date.
Urquhart reports that an "extraordinary caucus meeting has been scheduled for this week. No meetings were scheduled for several weeks after that but an urgent order came from party whip John van Dongen."
"It's believed the meeting is due to increasing dissension in caucus ranks," she said.
Urquhart pointed out that an Ipsos Reid poll after Campbell's TV address last Wednesday found that only 13% of viewers had improved their opinion of the premier while 47% said their opinion had worsened after watching it and 39% said it had no real impact.
UPDATE - MONDAY 7:30 p.m.
CBC online is reporting that BC Liberal MLA caucus chair Ron Cantelon is admanant that Premier Gordon Campbell's leadership is not on the agenda for the caucus meeting Thursday and that it is a regularly scheduled meeting - not the "emergency" meeting Global TV reported on Sunday evening.
"No, it's one of our regular meetings," Cantelon told CBC. "We realize it would be timely to gather the troops together before we go to convention in Penticton. There's been a lot happening."
No kidding, Ron!