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.
Crown urges 6 months jail for gas plant Livingston; defence wants discharge
Livingston faces sentencing for illegal use of a computer – a second guilty finding was stayed.
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.
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.
Gas plants trial hears from IT consultant allegedly hired to wipe hard drives
TORONTO — A private IT consultant who was allegedly…
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.
Ontario gas plants trial now slated for Sept. 22
Former McGuinty aides charged over deleted e-mails relate to decision to cancel two gas plants
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.
Adjournment expected for aides to Ontario ex-premier McGuinty
Case involves allegations of illicit email destruction in the office of the former Liberal Ontario premier.
Watch electricity bills as coal is phased out: Ontario
It has cost the province’s consumers an extra $37 billion between 2006 and 2014 – plus $9.2 billion for green energy projects.
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.
Wynne: You’re safe with a Liberal government
She says Ontario can’t afford to experiment with right-leaning Tory policies.
Update | Cost of killing Oakville gas power plant $675M to $810M: Auditor General’s report
Lysyk warns the total cost of killing Oakville and Mississauga plants from $950M to $1.1B.
OPA differs with AG’s costing of Oakville power plant cancellation
Sticks with $310M, citing different assumptions and rates used for future costs, savings.
Ontario’s cancelled natural gas power plant timeline
Key events related to the cancellation of two energy projects in Ontario.
Audit of Oakville gas plant cancellation out today
OPA pegs cost of moving to Kingston area at $310M to Liberals $40M.
Report on true cost of gas plant cancellations to be done early fall
Observers predict Ontario auditor general’s tally will send the total higher than $585 million.
Public misled about ability to recover gas plant e-mails: Privacy watchdog
Wynne government accused of providing inaccurate and incomplete information.
McGuinty aide denies Liberals tried to influence Speaker after contempt ruling
Laura Miller asked during gas plant hearing to explain her recently uncovered e-mails.
Ont. Liberals pressured Speaker to change gas plant ruling
E-mails show McGuinty’s office wanted energy minister Bentley contempt ruling quashed.
Tories want OPP to probe deletion of gas plant e-mails
Privacy Commissioner accuses senior Liberal staff of violating the Archives and Recordkeeping Act
OPINION: Canada-US auto bailout was always a bad idea
Taxpayers are still owed a minimum of $3.6 billion.
Privacy commissioner to report on deleted gas plants emails today
Senior staff had a legal obligation to retain their records and email correspondence
Wynne calls for new gas plant controversy committee
Ontario Premier willing to appear, denies any involvement.
Wynne to widen probe of cancelled gas plants
Ontario premier-designate asks auditor general to add Oakville plant to probe of Mississauga project.
Detroit-Windsor bridge on the fast track, Michigan governor says
$1-billion international bridge project still needs exemption from Buy America policy.
McGuinty not concerned about WTO rulings against Ontario green energy
Premier defends green energy policies despite WTO ruling that says its leaving foreign companies out of the mix
Ontario won’t allow fracking without proof it’s safe: McGuinty
Controversial oil extraction practice said to have damning effects on groundwater.
Tories accuse McGuinty of deception over prorogation
No public service wage freeze talks with unions or Progressive Conservatives followed.
Tories call on McGuinty to testify over cancelled gas plants
PC house leader Jim Wilson says they want top Liberals “to show up and stop the cover-up.”