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June 7, 2014

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. – Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak says Premier Kathleen Wynne abandoned her principles by being part of a government that decided to cancel two gas plants to save Liberal seats.

Hudak returned to the site of one of the would-be gas plants in Mississauga on Saturday to mark the one-year anniversary of Ontario Provincial Police launching a criminal investigation into the cancellations, which are estimated to cost up to $1.1 billion.

He says that while Wynne, by her own account, entered politics to help people, “she chose to help herself” by being part of the government that made the decision to nix the two projects prior to the 2011 election.

That decision was made under Wynne’s predecessor, Dalton McGuinty, but Hudak says Wynne was a member of cabinet at the time and supported the cancellations.

Hudak is calling on Wynne to release all documents related to the decision, and is pledging to launch a judicial inquiry into the matter if he is elected, regardless of whether he gets a majority or a minority.

OPP are seeking additional documents from legislative — not political — staff, and though Wynne says she has no control over that process and is co-operating with the investigation, Hudak says a full inquiry is needed to get “full answers for taxpayers.”

The documents include visitor logs from the days before Wynne took office, and the Tories are questioning whether her transition team is linked in any way to the records being sought.

The Ontario election is on Thursday.

© Coast Reporter

Article source: http://www.coastreporter.net/tim-hudak-says-wynne-abandoned-her-principles-with-gas-plants-cancellations-1.1119639

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