Ex-Ontario political aide gets four months jail for deleted gas plant e-mails
David Livingston, chief of staff to former Liberal premier Dalton McGuinty, led from court in handcuffs. Will appeal.
‘I would have acted differently,’ Livingston says of gas plants crime
Lipson reserved sentencing decision until April 11 after hearing a prosecution call for jail, and a defence plea to hand down a conditional discharge.
Chief of staff for ex Ontario premier McGuinty guilty in gas plants trial
Livingston found guilty of attempted mischief to data and illegal use of a computer.
Crown urges judge to convict two ex Liberal aides for deleting gas plants records
Says that the accused were only destroying personal or Liberal party data don’t jibe with the evidence.
Gas plants accused to hear whether they need to defend themselves further
Livingston and Miller hoping court will dismiss the case without the defence having to present evidence.
Defence attacks bias of expert Crown witness at gas plants trial
Former police officer attacked over his role in the probe of destroyed e-mails in the premier’s office.
Deletion of gas plant e-mails illegal act to keep sensitive info secret: Crown
Double deletions aimed to thwart the public’s right to accountability.
Not guilty pleas as trial starts for aides to Ontario ex-premier McGuinty
Dumped e-mails at issue were about the Liberals’ decision to cancel two gas plants just before the 2011 election.
Gas plant court case put over for a month
Destruction of e-mail records around a decision to scrap two gas plants at issue.
Former McGuinty staffers due back in court Feb. 24
Charged with breach of trust and mischief related to gas plant scandal.
Ontario PCs to defend against Wynne’s $2M libel suit
Tories don’t believe any of their comments “constitute actionable defamation.”
Tories want OPP to probe deletion of gas plant e-mails
Privacy Commissioner accuses senior Liberal staff of violating the Archives and Recordkeeping Act