Dis­clo­sure dis­pute sorted: On­tario gas plants trial now slated for Sept. 22

The Sun Times (Owen Sound) - - NEWS -

TORONTO — The long-awaited gas plants trial of two top aides to On­tario’s for­mer pre­mier will start hear­ing ev­i­dence next Fri­day. De­fence and pros­e­cu­tion told court they had ham­mered out their dis­clo­sure dif­fer­ences and were ready to pro­ceed then. The first wit­ness is ex­pected to be a com­puter ex­pert. The trial of David Liv­ingston and Laura Miller was to have started last Mon­day. Both have pleaded not guilty to charges of breach of trust, mis­chief and un­law­ful use of a com­puter. The aides to for­mer pre­mier Dal­ton McGuinty were charged over deleted emails re­lat­ing to the gov­ern­ment’s de­ci­sion to can­cel two gas plants just be­fore the 2011 elec­tion.

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