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Ontario “Sunshine List” is out of high-paying public sector posts

The 2019 Sunshine List from the provincial government is available now. The annual Sunshine List provides the names, positions, and salaries of all public sector employees for municipalities, hospitals, school districts and other agencies who earn $100,000 or more. — supplied photo
The 2019 Sunshine List from the provincial government is available now. The annual Sunshine List provides the names, positions, and salaries of all public sector employees for municipalities, hospitals, school districts and other agencies who earn $100,000 or more.
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The provincial government has released its annual Sunshine List of high-paying positions for municipalities, hospitals, school districts, and other areas of the public sector.

The provincial annual report lists all public sector employees, both at the provincial and municipal level, who received $100,000 or more in salary or total wages during the year. Among just the staff for municipalities and public health services agencies serving the Prescott-Russell region, there are almost 100 names on the list for the year 2019.

The Township of East Hawkesbury is the sole municipality among the eight in Prescott-Russell which has no one on the 2019 Sunshine List.

Among the other seven municipalities and the United Counties of Prescott-Russell (UCPR), the Sunshine List names for 2019 include: Stéphane Parisien, UCPR chief administrator, at $224,847.58; Jean Leduc, Russell Township chief administrator, at $155,250.58; Helen Collier, Clarence-Rockland chief administrator, at $153,150.37; Roch Hébert, Alfred-Plantagenet Township public works director, at $105,182; Josée Brizard, The Nation Municipality chief administrator and clerk, at $133,009.52; Linda Desjardins-Bergeron, Casselman general manager, at $141,672.16; Paula Knudsen, Champlain Township chief administrator, at $136,094.96; Daniel Gatien, Hawkesbury chief administrator, at $149,987.36.

Dr. Paul Roumeliotis, Chief Medical Health Officer for the Eastern Ontario Health Unit, who is leading the fight in the region against the COVID-19 pandemic, is on the 2019 Sunshine List with a salary for last year at $338,152.40.

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