Tories Don't Plan on Dropping Contempt Allegations
The Tories are adamant that they won't drop the contempt allegations surrounding the gas plant cancellation documents and Energy Minister Chris Bentley.
PC MPP Rob Leone says they will start the process right back up again when the legislation resumes.
Leone repeated frustration that Queen's Park is prorogued, underlining they want to get to the bottom of the gas plant cancellation controversy in Mississauga and Oakville.
The province's finance committee was poised to look into the first contempt allegation which led to the release of 36,000 documents related to the cancellations. The Tories made a second contempt allegation after another set of 20,000 files were released last week.
Leone says taxpayers are fed up with the government wasting hundreds of millions of dollars of their money.