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WATCH: Computers in Ottawa searched in gas plant scandal
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We're learning more about the investigation into the deleted gas plant emails and how far reaching the probe goes.

A government IT expert revealed computers in Ottawa may have had information wiped from them as well.

Shawn Truax testified at the committee looking into the gas plant cancellations that  they were seized last August, after there was a transition from one premier to another.

Truax says they were found in a satellite office Former premier Dalton McGuinty and ministers used in the nation's capitol and they were on a list of  52 government computers seized. Police say up to 24 hard drives may have had information deleted from them.

Premier Kathleen Wynne says she wants to let police do their work on this investigation.

Government House leader John Milloy doesn't get all the "drama," claiming these computers aren't being investigated by the OPP.

Tory energy critic Lisa MacLeod says the will be getting more information on these computers next week. She underline's the government committee looking into the gas plant scandal isn't only focused on the OPP investigation.

Last month, it was revealed police are focusing on former-McGuinty Chief of staff David Livingston, who is alleged to have hired another staff member's tech-savvy boyfriend to wipe information off of government computers. Livingston may face criminal charges.

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We're learning more about the investigation into the deleted gas plant emails and how far reaching the probe goes.

A government IT expert revealed computers in Ottawa may have had information wiped from them as well.

Shawn Truax testified at the committee looking into the gas plant cancellations that  they were seized last August, after there was a transition from one premier to another.

Truax says they were found in a satellite office Former premier Dalton McGuinty and ministers used in the nation's capitol and they were on a list of  52 government computers seized. Police say up to 24 hard drives may have had information deleted from them.

Premier Kathleen Wynne says she wants to let police do their work on this investigation.

Government House leader John Milloy doesn't get all the "drama," claiming these computers aren't being investigated by the OPP.

Tory energy critic Lisa MacLeod says the will be getting more information on these computers next week. She underline's the government committee looking into the gas plant scandal isn't only focused on the OPP investigation.

Last month, it was revealed police are focusing on former-McGuinty Chief of staff David Livingston, who is alleged to have hired another staff member's tech-savvy boyfriend to wipe information off of government computers. Livingston may face criminal charges.

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