WATCH: NDP want Wynne to testify again at gas plant hearings
The NDP are calling on the Premier to testify one more time at the government committee looking into the gas plant cancellations.
Kathleen Wynne already answered questions from all three parties in April.
Wynne is just one of a list of people being called back to the hot seat the week after the province's Auditor General released her report on the Oakville gas plant cancellation costs.
Coupled with Mississauga, the gas plant cancellations will cost taxpayers at least $1.1 billion.
Along with Wynne, Former Finance Minister Dwight Duncan and Ontario Power Authority CEO Colin Anderson will be grilled again.
NDP house leader Gilles Bisson points to new information about the government trying to avoid a law suit from the developer in the Oakville cancellation. He says he needs to know why the province chose the most costly route to relocate the Oakville gas plant.