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Province tells us who's raking in $100,000 or more (updated)

Ontario’s Ministry of Finance formally released its annual public salary disclosure list today. The annual dislosure, dubbed the “Sunshine List”, reports the annual salaries above $100,000 for all public employees in the province.
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Ontario’s Ministry of Finance formally released its annual public salary disclosure list today.

The annual dislosure, dubbed the “Sunshine List”, reports the annual salaries above $100,000 for all public employees in the province.

The city included its own list of employees earning over $100,000 at its March 24 council meeting before the ministry’s release, as reported by SooToday.com earlier.

The city staff report revealed that the number of its employees making the sunshine club in 2013 was 124, up from 105 in 2012.

In Ministry of Finance data released today, however, both the Algoma District and Huron-Superior Catholic District school boards showed declines in the total number of its employees making the list.

The ADSB had 85 of its employees on the list for 2013, down from 94 in 2012. 

The H-SDSB saw their $100,000 plus earners drop also. 

In 2013, there were 44 employees earning above the benchmark, down from a total of 50 the previous year.

That downward trend was reversed, however, at the post-secondary level at both Sault College and Algoma University with substantial increases in the number of their employees earning over $100,000 at both institutions.

Algoma University reported 31 staff on the list for 2013, up from 19 in 2012.

Likewise, Sault College listed 77 staff for 2013, up from 46 in 2012.

Meanwhile, Sault Area Hospital had 50 of its public employees earning over $100,000 in 2013, down from 59 in 2012.

Below are a list of the top three earners at the public institutions above. 

The salaries they received in 2012 are provided in brackets.

Algoma District School Board

Lucia Reece director of education $193,624.74 ($174,266.58)

Joseph Maurice superintendent of education $162,846.26 ($155,904.84)

Kime Collver superintendent of education $162,846.26 ($155,905.10)

Azima Vezina superintendent of education $162,846.26 ($155,905.10)

Joe Santa Maria superintendent of business $162,846.26 ($155,905.10)

Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

John Stadnyk director of education $194,669.42 ($187,463.60)

John Bruno superintendent of education $163,515.48 ($157,463.46)

Maria Esposito superintendent of education $163,515.48 (($157,463.46)

Sault Area Hospital

Heather O’Brien chief of staff and medical affairs $321,949.18 ($222,267.12)

Ron Gagnon president and chief executive officer $305,890.38 ($300,296.29)

Paul Mozarowski associate pathologist $238, 508.77 ($366,767.93)

Sault College

Ronald Common president $286,390.98 ($284,180.85)

Argilio Tiberi vice president academic and research $184,159.98 ($183,603.15)

Janice Beatty vice president corporate and student services $180,780.98 ($180,224.19)

Algoma University

Richard Myers president $199,000.08 ($199,000.08)

Sean Dwyer vice president finance and administration $166,000.08 ($181,840.08)

David Schantz vice president academic and research $163,000.08 ($163,000.08)

Soo Today will continue to update other local public employees on the provincial disclosure list, and offer some analysis over the upcoming days.

You can go through the full Sunshine List for yourself on the Ministry of Finance website.



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