Sunshine List Grey Bruce
Friday, April 1, 2011 4:41 PM by
Medical Officer of Health the top earner in Grey Bruce but the local earners list is long.
(Grey Bruce) -
The Ontario government's sunshine list is out for 2010, showing how many government workers were paid over 100 thousand dollars last year.
The total is 71,500 public sector workers on the sunshine list, up nearly 74 hundred workers from last year.
Canada's new governor general, David Johnston, was the second highest paid public sector worker in Ontario last year.
He was one of only two people paid over one million dollars at his former job as president and vice-chancellor of the University of Waterloo.
The energy sector usually has the highest earners on the sunshine list, and Ontario Power Generation reports 7,786 of its 12,500 workers made the sunshine list for 2010.
The rest of the sunshine list includes Crown agencies, hospitals, municipalities, schools, colleges and universities and government-owned energy companies.
In Grey Bruce -- the top earner was Medical Officer of Health Doctor Hazel Lynn at more than 290 thousand dollars, up from 268 thousand in 2009.
Judges Julia Morneau and Robert Mackenzie were second at about 250 thousand.
At Grey Bruce Health Services -- there are 32 people on the list.
President and CEO Maureen Solecki earned 253 thousand, up 10 thousand dollars.
Hanover and District Hospital also has eight people including President and CEO Katrina wilson at 162 thousand dollars.
At the South Bruce Grey Health Centre -- four people made over 100 thousand dollars, including President and CEO Paul Davies at 212 thousand dollars.
At Collingwood General and Marine hospital -- four people are listed including CEO Linda Davis 199 thousand dollars.
Among the politicians at Queens Park:
Premier Dalton McGuinty received 208 thousand dollars, Bruce Grey Owen Sound MPP Bill Murdoch 116 thousand, Huron Bruce MPP Carol Mitchell 164 thousand -- up from 133 thousand in 2009, and Simcoe Grey MPP Jim Wilson 129 thousand.
28 people with the Bruce Grey Catholic School Board made the list including the Director of Education Bruce MacPherson at 166 thousand, up from 153 thousand in 2009.
76 people from the Bluewater Board of Education are on the list -- including the Director of Education Mary Anne Alton at 139 thousand dollars.
Alana Murray-Lawrence, the Superintendent of Secondary Education, got 155 thousand dollars.
Just under 100 people at Georgian College are listed as making over 100 thousand dollars in 2009 including -- the President and CEO Brian Tamblyn at 278 thousand dollars.
More from the 2010 Sunshine List....
Linda Thompson - CEO of Walkerton Clean Water Centre -- 105 thousand
Judge Julia Morneau - $250,149
Justice of the Peace Bridget Forster - $114,893
In the city of Owen Sound 10 people are on the sunshine list -- including Police chief Tom Kaye at 153 thousand dollars, and Deputy Chief Bill Sornberger at 122.
Acting City Manager Glenn Henry is listed at 129 thousand dollars and Fire chief Ed Nowak at 102 thousand dollars.
City of Owen Sound COULTER PAM Acting Deputy City Manager $104,234.29
In the County of Grey -- 10 people are listed including CAO Lance Thurston at 115 thousand dollars.
County of Grey FEDY BARBARA Director, Social Services $110,671.82
In Bruce county -- 13 employees are listed. CAO Wayne Jamieson is listed at 143 thousand dollars.
County of Bruce APOLLONI MARZIO Library Director $110,595.44
Town of Collingwood... 19 people on the list , mostly firefighters (11).
Town of Collingwood BLAKELY KATHRYN Deputy Director of Finance $120,904.62
Town of Hanover DAVID TRACY Police Chief $117,819.46
Municipality of Meaford KENNEDY DAVID Deputy Chief Administrative Officer/Director Corporate Services/Treasurer $108,942.05
Municipality of Kincardine DEROSENROLL JOHN Chief Administrative Officer $116,494.59
Town of Saugeen Shores ALLISON LAWRENCE Chief Administrative Officer $136,118.38
Wind: ENE 19 km/h
Date: 1:00 PM EST Wednesday 26 November 2014
Mostly cloudy with a few light flurries.
[ full forecast ]
With the release of Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa's Fall Economic Statement, Do you think the province will be successful in cracking down on contraband cigarettes sold on First Nations reserves?