Powerful Compensation at OPG

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The following was written by independent energy and environmental advisor Tom Adams. He blogs at tomadamsenergy.com 

Yesterday, the provincial Auditor General issued her annual report, including a chapter on Crown-owned Ontario Power Generation’s (OPG) wild no-limits compensation party at ratepayer expense. Among the findings: pension entitlements paying out as much as $760,000 per year after age 65, bonuses as high as $1.3 million, a boom The following was written by independent energy and environmental advisor Tom Adams. He blogs at tomadamsenergy.com

Yesterday, the provincial Auditor General issued her annual report, including a chapter on Crown-owned Ontario Power Generation’s (OPG) wild no-limits compensation party at ratepayer expense. Among the findings: pension entitlements paying out as much as $760,000 per year after age 65, bonuses as high as $1.3 million, a boom at the top with the executive and senior management group growing by almost 60 per cent since 2005, and many staff with family members not hired through the normal recruitment processes.

at the top with the executive and senior management group growing by almost 60 per cent since 2005, and many staff with family members not hired through the normal recruitment processes. Read article

5 thoughts on “Powerful Compensation at OPG

  1. CG, oct.20, 2010
    “Ontario needs its Grand Jury restored” by Randy Hillier,MPP
    “Successive governments through the years have gradually and incrementally neutered the individual’s ability to hold governments accountacle or to punish those who break trust with the electorate.”
    http://christiangovernance.ca/news/ontario-needs-its-grand-jury-restored

    Wikipedia
    Scroll down to Canada Grand Juries.
    Grand juries were one common across Canada.
    the grand jury was later recognized by King John in 1215 on demand of the nobility.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grand_jury
    Contrary to what some believe, grand juries are NOT an American idea.
    Ontarians take your rights back!

  2. There’s people on the job there that should be shown the door. I’m sure there’s a culture of corruption there.

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