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Majority of Toronto police make 2014 sunshine list

By Celia Grimbly

The Toronto Police released the 2014 “sunshine list” on Monday showing more than half of its employees made more than $100,000.

Last year, 4,125 employees made the list, including 1,940 employees whose base salary is normally under $100,000, the report said. 95 more words


More cash for big shots

Re: Musyj finally gets his due, by Justine Silvaggio, April 4.

Among one million public sector workers in Ontario, more than 111,400 workers were paid more than $100,000 in 2014, a 14 per cent jump in the number of people on the Sunshine List over 2013. 206 more words


The public suffers

I read with interest the recent sunshine list of salaries and recall reports of improved wait times and service levels at our local hospitals. A recent experience contradicts those reports and questions the bonus level of salaries. 174 more words


Jarvis: Economic development body needs to be more accountable

“Nothing gets hidden,” Shelley Fellows, chair of the WindsorEssex Economic Development Corporation, told The Windsor Star’s Carolyn Thompson. “It’s all right there.”

Except it’s not. 820 more words


LaSalle, Amherstburg see large increases in numbers making sunshine list

LaSalle and Amherstburg took big leaps in the number of municipal employees making more than $100,000 in 2014 — thanks mainly to police salaries — according to the province’s recently published sunshine list. 424 more words


Reevely: Salary-shaming with Ontario's 'sunshine list' isn't the path to prosperity

The president of Western University is giving back about half a million dollars, money his contract with the school entitled him to, because it looked bad on Ontario’s “sunshine list” of big salaries. 702 more words