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The Progressive Conservatives say they’ll call on Premier Kathleen Wynne and her predecessor Dalton McGuinty to testify about the controversial cancellation of two gas plants.
But Wynne and McGuinty don’t have to testify before the all-party committee.
Both opposition parties are demanding new committee hearings once the legislature comes back next week.
The Liberals have been under fire for what the opposition says were politically-motivated cancellations of the gas plants, which will cost taxpayers at least $230 million.
Wynne has asked the auditor general to add the cancelled gas plant in Oakville to his current probe of the Mississauga project.
But the opposition parties say the auditor doesn’t have the power to get answers to all the questions surrounding the decisions.
The Progressive Conservatives and New Democrats started demanding hearings into the Liberals’ decision to cancel the generating stations mere hours after Wynne won her party’s leadership Jan…
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