Tory leader Tim Hudak wants judicial hearing on cancelled gas plants
PC leader Tim Hudak says if he's elected premier he will call a full judicial inquiry into the billion dollar cancellation of two gas plant projects by the Liberal government.
Hudak holding a media conference this morning to discuss the auditor general's report that revealed the true cost of the gas plant cancellations by the McGuinty government.
Hudak says Dalton McGuinty and current premier Kathleen Wynne have to be held accountable.
The Tory leader says he wants to see the pair on the stand before a judge being compelled to tell the truth.
Hudak adds "maybe the threat of having to eat jail food or standing behind bars will compel them to come clean on who ordered the cancellation of the Oakville and Mississauga gas plants."
He adds he doesn't buy Wynne's argument she had nothing to do with the decision.
Hudak notes " she is tied so tightly to this decision you can see the rope marks on her back."