Wednesday, March 31, 2010

The 2010 Ontario Sunshine List is Out! Here's The Link...




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If you're looking for the 2011 Ontario Public Salary Disclosure (for 2010), it was just released (at 1:45pm on March 31st 2011) at the following link: Public Sector Salary Disclosure 2011 (Disclosure for 2010).

Also, in case you're interested, I took the liberty of pulling the 2011 Ontario Sunshine list into a Microsoft Excel file so that you can have fun slicing and dicing the data.  You can find the link to this Excel file at the following page: 2011 Ontario Sunshine List in Excel! Courtesy of jackandcokewithalime....
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The 2010 Ontario Public Salary Disclosure (for 2009) is finally out!!!

Here's the link in case you are interested:

Public Sector Salary Disclosure 2010 (Disclosure for 2009)

I plan to review it in-depth and will comment on it at a later time. But in the meantime, enjoy!!

--jackandcokewithalime

PS: One of the key sections that you will want to review that pertains specifically to Toronto Police and etc., is at the following link: Municipalities and Services.

PPS: Here's a couple of related articles in regards to the 2009 Sunshine List, if you're interested... Toronto Police: Traffic Enforcement More Lucrative than Murder Investigations... and Toronto Traffic Police Can Make $190 Minimum per Traffic Ticket Issued!!!.

PPPS: If you would like to see an Excel version of the 2010 Sunshine List (for the City of Toronto specifically), visit Toronto Sunshine List in Excel! Here's the link, courtesy of jackandcokewithalime....


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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

As one of the people on the list, I would like to quickly comment that this list is slightly misleading. While I did make over $100K in 2010, this is NOT my salary. Anyone can research the base salary of a police officer (@$82K). The rest of the income comes from a LOT of overtime that I volunteered for and a small amount is from mandatory overtime. Overtime at the end of my shift to complete something I am dealing with or overtime due to court on days off are examples of mandatory overtime. BUT, the majority of my added income is voluntary paid duties. This took a tremendous amount of self and family sacrafice. That said, I think the work "salary" is misleading and it is wrong for the public to think I am paid a salary over $100K.