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The NDP government introduced legislation Thursday that will require the earnings of thousands of public-sector workers be publicly disclosed if they make more than $125,000 a year. 1,199 more words
EDMONTON – On Thursday, the Alberta government will announce it’s including more groups in legislation surrounding disclosure of public sector salaries and compensation.
Minister of Justice Kathleen Ganley will speak about Bill 5 – the Public Sector Compensation Transparency Act – at 3:30 p.m. 124 more words
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
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
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