Alberta's privacy commissioner, Jill Clayton, has finally opened an official investigation into the mass deletion of 800,000 government emails on Rachel Notley's watch.
The investigation will focus on Notley's executive council, Service Alberta, and the Education and Transportation departments.
The missing emails were originally detected by the United Conservative Party. The UCP requested all the emails across all departments in early 2016. And then, the UCP did the same thing again a few months later – asking for government emails across all departments.
Between the two requests, nearly one million government emails had vanished from government servers.
Alberta Education even offered Apple iTunes cards to the people who could "clean up" their inboxes the fastest.
This is the second official investigation into emails being deleted at the behest of the NDP. The first came back in April after The Rebel investigation into the NDP's bungling of power purchase agreements after their poorly thought out coal phase out.
That investigation is ongoing.
Rachel Notley used to be against the deletion of government documents when the Progressive Conservatives were doing it on their way out the door.
But no, she's under investigation for deleting and destroying 800,000 emails.
Let’s hope it words out for Notley the same way it worked out for Hillary Clinton.