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Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is sparring with Tim Hudak over the Tory leader's accusation that she possibly ordered the ...
destruction of documents related to the cancellation of two controversial gas plants.
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Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne distanced herself Thursday from her predecessor Dalton McGuinty amid explosive police allegations that his chief of staff may have committed breach of trust in the ongoing gas plants scandal.Police allege in newly unsealed court documents that they believe David Livingston gave an outside tech expert access to 24 computers in the premier's office.According to the documents, Livingston sought special high-level access to the computers to "wipe clean the hard drives" after McGuinty resigned amid controversy over the costly cancellation of two gas plants.It's alleged that during the transition period to Wynne's administration, he arranged for his executive assistant, Wendy Wai, to have special access to desktops in the premier's office, even though she had little knowledge of computers.The special administrator's rights were valid from Feb. 4 to March 20 last year, police allege.Wynne was sworn in on Feb. 11, at which point Livingston and other members of McGuinty's staff would no longer have access to the premier's office, her staff said.Police allege Peter Faist, a man introduced as the boyfriend of senior communications staffer Laura Miller, was the one who actually accessed the computers using her administrative privileges.