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Ontario Progressive Conservatives call for Hydro One salary disclosure

TORONTO – The Progressive Conservatives are calling on the Liberal government to publish Hydro One salaries when the so-called sunshine list of public-sector workers making more than $100,000 comes out. 495 more words


Calgary parent group creates its own school board sunshine list after calls for salary disclosure

A parents group is accusing the Calgary Board of Education (CBE) of not being upfront when it comes to staff salaries.

The Calgary Association of Parent and School Councils (CAPSC) claims not enough money is making its way to classrooms, instead, it’s being caught up in administrative salaries. 590 more words


Big salaries at Alberta's two largest universities disclosed on sunshine list

New salary disclosures show it can really pay to work at one of Alberta’s two largest universities.

Steve Bryant, a University of Calgary nanotechnology researcher, earned $737,000 in pay and perks last year.  469 more words


Stuff Still Happens, week 25: Brexit, stage right

The huge story this week was the result of the so-called ‘Brexit’ referendum. United Kingdom voters (that would be Britain, Scotland and Northern Ireland) were asked whether they wanted to stay in the European Union, or leave. 570 more words

Head of Workers' Compensation Board in Alberta earned almost $900K last year

EDMONTON – New salary disclosures from the Alberta government reveal that the head of the Workers’ Compensation Board took home almost $900,000 last year.

The salary for Guy Kerr, posted online by the province, shows he was paid $742,000 in base salary along with $154,000 in added benefits. 623 more words


Alberta expands sunshine list to include high public sector earners

Employees who earn more than $125,000 a year working for approximately 150 agencies, boards and commissions are now part of Alberta’s sunshine list.

Finance Minister Joe Ceci said those salaries would be posted online starting Thursday. 845 more words