Get Your 2017 Sunshine List Info Right Here



While The Bulldog was on a break, the Ontario government released its annual Sunshine List of provincial and municipal employees who make more than $100,000 per year.

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8 thoughts on “Get Your 2017 Sunshine List Info Right Here

  1. While this is still relevant, I think it’s time to update the floor of $100K or at least give the dollar figure that would compare in 2017 dollars to the original $100K. The dollar doesn’t buy what it did when the Sunshine list was first launched.

    1. The Voter:

      I love ya but I disagree.

      So many government institutions are private that it is nice to see one wide open and true.



      1. I agree that the openness is valuable – and amazing these days. An inflation factor would allow comparisons year over year and show where people are getting more than cost-of-living increases. I’m looking for more info, not less.

        By the way, I had an interesting discussion over the weekend with a colleague who raised a question about some university salaries. In order to take a sabbatical and still have money coming in that year, you can have a portion of your salary deferred for a number of years and paid while you’re off.
        So Johnny who makes $120,000 could receive pay at 80 per cent or $96,000 for four years and then draw from the banked funds to get the same amount in year five. Her question is how is this reported – does it show as $120,000 for four years and $0 in year 5 or $96,000 for five years?
        If it’s the latter, it would also appear as if the person received a huge raise in year six when they go back to the $120,000 level plus, presumably, any raises they were given.

  2. Truly amazing how many of the tax dollars go to Ontario Pension, OPG and Sick kids hospital. Small wonder that the reigning political party stays in power when you look at how many employees are beholden to the puppeteers,

  3. Looks like electricity and health care pay pretty well. Unfortunately a large segment of the population complain about both of these services.

    Guess you don’t need to do a good job to get a good pay.

  4. One number that a lot of people in this community will find interesting:
    Daniel Montsion
    City of Ottawa – Police Services

  5. We only receive selected information even though those salaries are very relevant.
    With the selling off of much of our hydro, those salaries are not included.

    The salary reporting level should be included however. It should be the base salary. Some of these individuals show a high income, as they do many, many hours of OT.

    Anne Marie

    1. It would be very easy to add two more columns, one for the base salary and one for overtime, while leaving the total paid column in there. The same could be done for payment of arrears for a salary increase. That way you’re comparing apples to apples.


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