This means anyone who is paid by the government, from Bureaucrats, to TTC drivers, to Policemen, to Firemen, to MPPs, to the Premier, to Cabinet, to Welfare recipients, to anyone who gets money from the government; all would have their money indexed to Inflation. Any increase would require an independent bill in the Legislature, not tied to or including anything else. NOTE: Increases in any of these CAN be passed prior ...more »
Facts: Approximately 60% of aboriginal youth in Canada don’t finish high school, while now being the fastest growing demographic in Canada. In minority francophone communities, high-school students have weaker literacy skills than their English-language counterparts. The gap between rich and poor is widening in Canada, as well as inequalities between urban and rural education in Ontario. Education is the silver ...more »
The maximum compensation to be earned by a Public Servant at any level should be capped at $200,000 a year. This includes salary, bonuses and any other ancillary benefits. Moreover, compensation for any public service position to be tied to the level of education and experience required to complete the assigned task, not years of service.
Where so many Ontarian's possess the education and skills to contribute to Ontario's public service but never have the opportunity to pursue these occupations where employment opportunities are increasingly scarce, mandating retirement from the public service after 20-25 years would allow more Ontarian's to obtain gainful employment in the Public Service and have a chance to contribute their unique skills.