A trial date has been set for two former top aides to ex-premier Dalton McGuinty charged with breach of trust and mischief.
The charges relate to the deletion of emails related to the Liberal government’s cancellation of gas plants prior to the 2011 election.
Both Laura Miller, who had been Dalton McGuinty’s deputy chief of staff, and David Livingston, who was McGuinty’s chief of staff have denied any wrong doing.
Police allege that Miller’s partner was hired by the pair to wipe clean about 20 hard drives in the premier’s office.
The 6 week trial is set to get underway on September 11th, 2017, while the case will be back in court on June 28th, 2016 for a disclosure motion.