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Wednesday February 9, 1916

Pages 1 and 8. (1916, Feb 09). Toronto Daily Star (1900-1971) 17 more words


Careful With That Knife, Kathleen

Everyone becomes a little bit socialist in a Canadian hospital emergency ward. I don’t know of a single incident of someone spending time in The Emerge who said “please let me pay for this” at the end of it. 1,142 more words

Alberta doctors voice concerns over salaries being made public

EDMONTON — As the government moves forward with expanding salary disclosure legislation, at least one affected group is raising concerns.

The Alberta Medical Association said publicizing doctors’ salaries will not give the public an accurate picture of what they actually make. 174 more words


Alberta government moves to expand sunshine list

EDMONTON — Doctors and university professors are on the newest list of people who could find their salaries are public knowledge.

The Public Sector Compensation Transparency Act… 640 more words


Alberta government expands salary disclosure to professors, nurses, public-sector employees

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


Alberta government to disclose more public sector salaries

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


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