Ontario’s government recently published its annual “Sunshine List”, which identifies government-sector employees earning more than $100,000 per year.
Given the strong evidence of a significant pay premium in Ontario for government employees over comparably skilled and educated private-sector counterparts, it’s no surprise the list gets plenty of attention every year.
This year, one particular category of public-sector employees is worthy of extra scrutiny — public school teachers.
This is why Kathleen Wynne and the liberal party have retained power. This is Ontario’s Public Service Union kleptocracy at work.