Politics
Wynne would appear before committee about gas plants

The unfinished gas plant at 2315 Loreland Rd.in Mississauga, ON

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QMI AGENCY

TORONTO -- Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is willing to appear before a legislative committee investigating the decision to cancel two gas plants at a cost to taxpayers of at least $230 million.

"Premier Wynne will work with the opposition to review the gas plants at the committee level so that we can have a productive session in the Legislature. All parties have a responsibility to make minority parliament work," Wynne's office said.

Earlier in the day, PC MPP Rob Leone said his party will seek the establishment of a government committee to look into the cancellation of the unpopular gas plants in Oakville and Mississauga.

Auditor General Jim McCarter is reviewing the Mississauga cancellation, and Wynne has asked him to also delve into the Oakville situation.

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