Kathleen Wynne is defending her time as premier, underlining she is being open and transparent with the public regarding the gas plant scandal.
Wynne is under fire from opposition, the day after the OPP served a court order at Queen's Park as part of the investigation into deleted documents and word that former Premier Dalton McGuinty was interviewed on the matter.
Both the Tories and NDP are urging Kathleen Wynne to publicly release documents obtained by police but the premier says she doesn't have the power to do that. Wynne says it's legislative assembly staff that have them and she won't instruct them on what to do.
Wynne went on to defend what she calls her commitment to openness and transparency, pointing to expanding the scope of the legislative committee looking into the cancellations.
As for if all of this will affect her come election day, Wynne says that's up to the people of Ontario.
The Mississauga and Oakville gas plant cancellations are expected to cost taxpayers $1.1 billion.