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Sudbury Bribery Trial Sees New Information Brought Forward Regarding Premier’s Involvement

The Sudbury bribery trial continues to bring forward new information that paints the current government in a bad light.

That is according to Timmins-James Bay MPP and NDP Justice Critic Gilles Bisson, who says based on this week’s testimony; Kathleen Wynne was involved from the beginning.

Wynne testified at the bribery trial of her former deputy chief of staff, Patricia Sorbara, and Sudbury Liberal organizer Gerry Lougheed, who have both pleaded not guilty.

Bisson says Wynne knew what was taking place in Sudbury, and even provided direction throughout the lead-up to the election.

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He says the scandal speaks to the quality of leadership in the current government, and that Ontarians deserve better.

Both Sorbara and Lougheed have pleaded not guilty to charges of offering a 2014 provincial election candidate a job to abandon his efforts to become the Liberal nominee.

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