Hudak visits site of cancelled Mississauga gas plant

Ontario PC Leader Tim Hudak speaks at the site of the Mississauga gas plant on June 7, 2014....

Ontario PC Leader Tim Hudak speaks at the site of the Mississauga gas plant on June 7, 2014. (Antonella Artuso/Toronto Sun)

Antonella Artuso, Queen's Park Bureau Chief

, Last Updated: 12:34 AM ET

Ontario Tories headed back Saturday to what they argue could be the scene of a Liberal crime— the site of the cancelled Mississauga gas plant.

PC Leader Tim Hudak stood in front of a visual aid that symbolized $1 billion, the potential public money lost in the cancellation of two gas plants, to remind voters of the scandal in the last few days of the provincial campaign.

Hudak argued Liberal Leader Kathleen Wynne should never have signed a document that approved the negotiating process to cancel a gas plant.

"She chose to help herself and help Liberals help themselves," Hudak said.

The opposition maintains that the Liberals cancelled signed deals for gas plants in Oakville and Mississauga to save their political hides in the 2011 provincial campaign.

Wynne has apologized for the mistakes made under former premier Dalton McGuinty, and notes all three major parties were against the plants.


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