WATCH: Spelling error overshadows Premier's 'Open Government' announcement
It was an announcement overshadowed by an "N" - or lack there of.
As Premier Kathleen Wynne stood at a podium to outline her plans to make the government more transparent, it was pointed out that the word "government" on that same podium was missing a letter.
Wynne then walked around to see it and corrected the mistake with a pen.
She released an open letter to all Ontario residents that introduced a panel looking into way to be more transparent as well as calls from Wynne to the province's 27 ministries to develop plans to be more open.
The Premier calls the panel an "expert team."
Wynne maintains government information needs to be easier to find and since she says it belongs to the people, it should be open by default.
She says the province will now post data online, starting off with documents surrounding gridlock, hospital wait-times and what she calls student achievement.
Wynne reveals this new online portal will allow you to express your ideas on government policy.
However, she says some documents and information won't be posted online because of security, confidentiality and privacy concerns.
The panel should have its recommendations by the spring.