2007 Public Sector Salaries Disclosed

    Ontario Open About $100,000-Plus Earners

    TORONTO, March 31 /CNW/ -


    In keeping with its commitment to increased accountability and
transparency, the Ontario government today released the salaries and benefits
of Ontario Public Service and broader public sector employees who were paid
$100,000 or more in 2007.


    "Our government is committed to being transparent in how we use
taxpayers' hard-earned money," said Finance Minister Dwight Duncan.


    -   The Public Sector Salary Disclosure Act applies to the provincial
        government, Crown agencies and corporations, Ontario Power
        Generation, Hydro One and their subsidiaries, and publicly funded
        organizations such as hospitals, municipalities, school boards,
        universities and colleges.

    -   The report is published annually and includes organizations that
        received transfer payments from the province of at least $1 million
        or that received 10 per cent of their gross revenues from the
        province during the previous year, provided the transfer amount was
        $120,000 or more.


    Download the list of $100,000-plus income earners.

    Learn more about the Public Sector Salary Disclosure Act.

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For further information:

For further information: Gina Lee, Minister's Office, (416) 325-4694;
Scott Blodgett, Ministry of Finance, (416) 325-0324

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