MPP Walker apologizes to Premier Wynne
Bruce Grey Owen Sound MPP Bill Walker was forced to issue an apology to premier Kathleen Wynne yesterday for comments he made on a Toronto area radio station.
Global News said Walker insinuated that Wynne was facing charges in relation to the Sudbury by-election case.
Wynne is expected to be called to testify at some point next week at the trial of the former Ontario Liberal party CEO and a Sudbury Liberal Fundraiser.
After hearing Walker’s interview, Wynne lawyers sent Walker a letter insisting he provide an apology and a full retraction of his statements.
Walker has since apologized and said he misspoke by implying the premier was under investigation and facing charges.
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