Liberals move to freeze wages for Ontario public service executives
from Ottawa Citizen
Ontario's cash-strapped Liberal government is moving to freeze wages for CEOs and senior executives at hospitals, universities and right across the broader public sector. Finance Minister Dwight Duncan will use legislation to put a $418,000 a year cap on salaries for top public sector executives, but won't roll back pay for the 150 people who already make more than that. There will also be exemptions for key positions such as Chief Nuclear Officer at Ontario Power Generation and other positions.
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