TORONTO – Ontario’s Conservatives say Information and Privacy Commissioner Ann Cavoukian has uncovered emails on two cancelled gas plants that were believed to have been deleted.
Energy critic Vic Fedeli says Cavoukian told him today that she hasn’t received the emails yet, which were apparently unearthed by government bureaucrats.
He says the emails were deleted by Craig MacLennan, the former chief of staff at the Ministry of Energy who was singled out by Cavoukian as violating the Archives and Recordkeeping Act.
Fedeli says Cavoukian told him repeatedly that she feels misled by the government, but feels there are no more documents to be found.
Cavoukian’s office hasn’t confirmed that the emails have been found, but a spokesman says she’ll issue a statement shortly.
The commissioner concluded last month in a scathing report that senior Liberals broke the law by deleting emails related to the two gas plants in Oakville and…
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