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Court case of Ontario Liberal staffers charged in gas plant scandal put over for a month

No sign of former McGuinty staffers charged in gas plant scandal during first court hearing
WATCH ABOVE: There was no sign of two former McGuinty staffers charged in gas plant scandal in the first court hearing. Lawyers for David Livingston and Laura Miller addressed the court. Mark Carcasole has the story.

TORONTO – The case involving two top aides to former Ontario premier Dalton McGuinty has been put over for a month.

Ex-chief of staff David Livingston and his deputy, Laura Miller, face charges of breach of trust and mischief.

The case relates to the destruction of email records around a decision to scrap two gas plants before the 2011 provincial election.

The decision cost taxpayers $1.1 billion.

Lawyers told Ontario court today that Miller had a new lawyer who is reviewing disclosure.

The case, being handled by federal prosecutors, was put over for another date-setting on March 23.

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