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Published April 25, 2015

During the Ontario Provincial Election, last June, we watched the debate between the opposing political Parties. As it stands we have had the Liberal Party in power for over 10 years and there has been scandal after scandal.

By Elizabeth Marshall

Dear Editor

During the Ontario Provincial Election, last June, I watched the debate between the opposing political Parties. As it stands we have had the Liberal Party in power for over 10 years and there has been scandal after scandal. Nothing has stuck and I find this very curious.

During the debates, the Premier of Ontario, Leader of the Liberal Party, admitted, on live television, that there had been a “breach of trust” by her government. This was in regards to over a billion tax-payers dollars being use to cancel/relocate the two gas powered electricity generating plants. This was merely so the Liberal Party could garner 2 more seats, during the previous election.

What was said will shock most, but what I find incredibly shocking is that the Premier of Ontario has openly admitted that there has been a “breach of trust,” by government, and yet there still hasn’t been any charges laid. The charges, in my opinion, should be at least “Breach of Trust by Public Officer,” based on the Premier’s statements, if not “fraud”, etc. There is no immunity, outside of the House. What the Premier of Ontario stated during the debate is:

At approx. 2:02 minutes – …I want to address – I want to address the issue particularly of the relocation of the gas plants. The decisions around the relocation of the gas plants that were made were wrong. … And there was public money that was wasted in those decisions and that shouldn’t have happened.

And in the process the public good was sacrificed to partisan interests.

…But I know – I know that people are still angry you have a right to be angry because – because – there was – there was a breach of trust between the government and the people of the province. – END 3:09. (Source: April 2015: surplus wind power costs Ontario millions )

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