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Ontario Audio at 1055am

February 27, 2014



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TORONTO. x--16s. Ontario's police chief has confirmed that hard drives from government computers were seized as part of a search of a facility in Mississauga last week. O-P-P Commissioner Chris Lewis says it's part of the criminal investigation into the deletion of emails on two cancelled gas plants. But he says he can't say whether a criminal act occurred.

(``...be laid.'') (SOURCE: The Canadian Press) (1055a)

TAG: The police also visited Premier Kathleen Wynne's office last November, which Lewis says was with her staff's full co-operation.

R03 - (Ont-Gas-Plants)

TORONTO. x--15s. Ontario's police chief says government officials have been co-operating in the criminal investigation into deleted emails on two cancelled gas plants. O-P-P Commissioner Chris Lewis says police visited the premier's office last November, but it was just to get the lay of the land.

(``...was it.'') (SOURCE: The Canadian Press) (1055a)

TAG: He says investigators seized hard drives from government computers last week when they searched a data storage facility in Mississauga.

R04 - (Ont-Gas-Plants)

TORONTO. x--13s. Ontario's opposition parties say they're disturbed by details of a police investigation into deleted emails on two cancelled gas plants. The O-P-P commissioner testified before a legislative committee today that police seized hard drives from government computers last week. New Democrat Peter Tabuns says that doesn't bode well for the Liberals.

(``...is disquieting.'') (SOURCE: The Canadian Press) (1055a)

TAG: But Commissioner Chris Lewis says he can't say whether a criminal act occurred or whether any charges will be laid.

R05 - (Ont-Gas-Plants)

TORONTO. x--15s. Ontario's opposition parties say the details of a police investigation into deleted emails on two cancelled gas plants are disquieting. The O-P-P commissioner testified before a legislative committee today that police seized hard drives from government computers last week. Conservative Lisa MacLeod says a search warrant indicates that police believe something criminal may have happened.

(``...our concerns.'') (SOURCE: The Canadian Press) (1055a)

TAG: But Commissioner Chris Lewis says he can't say whether a criminal act occurred or whether any charges will be laid.

(The Canadian Press)


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Source: Canadian Press Broadcast Wire (Canada)


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