News Bisson wants investigation into bribery allegations SHARE ON: Taylor Ablett, staff Wednesday, Dec. 17th, 2014 The MPP for Timmins-James Bay is trying to avoid a repeat of deleted e-mails stemming from the gas plant scandal in Southern Ontario. Gilles Bisson wants Elections Ontario to seize the premier’s hard-drive and those from other high-ranking officials after a bribe attempt in Sudbury. Bisson is telling Elections Ontario to get a court order before e-mails are deleted. Liberal candidate Andrew Olivier claims he was offered a job or appointment if he let another Liberal run in a Sudbury by-election. Premier Kathleen Wynne denies the allegation. Bisson says investigators can put the issue to rest by examining e-mails before they’re deleted them.