Taxpayers on hook for $10,000 to erase premier’s office computers: police

Ontario’s Liberal government billed taxpayers $10,000 to pay the husband of a high-ranking party operative to delete documents in the billion-dollar gas plant scandal, police say.

A newly-unsealed court document says IT expert Peter Faist erased 632,118 files from computers in former premier Dalton McGuinty’s office, shortly before Mr. McGuinty stepped down in early 2013. Mr. Faist is the spouse of Laura Miller, Mr. McGuinty’s former deputy chief of staff.

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