The Tories claim the Premier started the election campaign early to prevent a scathing report on the Ornge scandal from being tabled in the legislature.
Kathleen Wynne had until Wednesday, May 7th to approach Ontario's Lieutenant Governor to dissolve the legislature but chose to do so on the Friday right after the budget.
Former Tory MPP Frank Klees says that means the 150-page report wouldn't be made public, leaving it hanging in legislative limbo.
He says she should could have waited until the report was tabled on Monday, May 5th. Because she didn't, he claims it was the main reason why she dissolved the government so early.
But Kathleen Wynne points to the fact that both the NDP and Tories did not want to support the minority budget. The Premier says she didn't want to put on what she calls a charade for the next few days.
Wynne says if the budget garnered support, the business of the legislature would have continued, and the report would have been tabled.
The report written by an all-party government committee outlines a lack of oversight, as well as shows inexperienced board members and ministry officials ignoring advice.
Former Ornge CEO Chris Mazza raked in $9.3 million over six years.