The NDP was on the attack again in the legislature Tuesday following the conviction of former cabinet minister Bill Boyd over environmental laws.
NDP leader Ryan Meili insists Boyd received special treatment for an irrigation project.
Meili sees several inconsistencies in the permit process for the project.
Environment minister Dustin Duncan says the project required several licenses from various ministries.
Premier Scott Moe says Boyd did not receive any special treatment.
He says charges were laid after rules were not followed, and Boyd had one of the largest fines ever under provincial environmental laws.
Boyd pleaded guilty and was fined 35 thousand dollars.