Ontario Tories are demanding Premier Dalton McGuinty apologize for what they call ”an orchestrated cover up” to hide the true cost of cancelling power plants in Oakville and Mississauga
PC Leader Tim Hudak has released a letter to McGuinty demanding the premier ”come clean” about his role in the Liberals’ decision to cancel the two generating stations.
The Liberals say taxpayers will be on the hook for $230-million, but the opposition claims its at least $650-million.
The government released another 20,000 pages of documents on the cancelled projects Friday, after insisting for weeks that all relevant documents were released last month, as ordered by the Speaker.
Hudak says ”it strongly appears that there is an orchestrated and co-ordinated effort to cover up” how the decision was made and hide ”its true costs.”