With one charge now laid in the case of stolen customer data from the 407 ETR, the NDP says Premier Doug Ford still hasn’t answered lingering questions about how that data may have been used.
“We asked during the 2018 election whether the PC Party or any of their candidates used even a single name from that stolen customer data to try to win votes,” said Taras Natyshak, the NDP’s Ethics and Accountability critic. “Premier Ford and the PCs have never answered if their candidates improperly used any of that data. Ontarians deserve answers to these outstanding questions about whether that stolen data may have entered their campaign databases or voter outreach tools, or that of anyone seeking a PC Party nomination.”
Natyshak thanks investigators for their diligence in what has now been a two-year investigation.
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