Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is testifying on a fifth day of the Sudbury temptation hearing of a former help and another Liberal organizer, in a liaison related to a 2015 byelection.
Gerry Lougheed Jr, a distinguished Sudbury businessman and Liberal fundraiser, and Pat Sorbara, formerly Wynne’s deputy arch of staff, are charged with temptation underneath Ontario’s Election Act.
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Former Liberal claimant Andrew Olivier done a allegations after taping conversations with Lougheed and Sorbara in that he claims to have been enticed to step aside to make room for Glenn Thibeault, who left his pursuit as sovereign NDP MP to run for a Ontario Liberals.
Both Sorbara and Lougheed pleaded not guilty when a hearing began final Thursday before Judge Howard Borenstein.
Stay tuned to CBC online, on radio and on radio for coverage of a hearing today.