Ontario Sunshine List 2016: Here's what high-profile Torontonians earned
The mayor, police chief and fire chief saw their salaries increase over 2015
The annual Sunshine List grew by seven per cent in 2016, with more than 123,000 workers in the province's public sector earning more than $100,000.
Here are some of the high-profile Torontonians who made the list.
John Tory, Mayor
City manager Peter Wallace earned almost double the mayor's salary. His salary was $350,072.89 last year.
Andy Byford, TTC CEO
The number of Metrolinx employees on the list grew from 411 in 2015 to 481 in 2016, with the agency's CEO Bruce McCuaig earning $361,114.66 last year.
Mark Saunders, Toronto Chief of Police
The Chief of Police, Mark Saunders, was paid $332,511.59 — an increase of over $45,000 from 2015.
Mark Pugash, the director of communications for the police service, earned $193,308.29 — an increase of almost $12,000 over 2015.
Toronto Fire Chief Jim Sales earned $271,391.62 in 2016. He stepped down as fire chief last October, a departure the city called a "mutual decision." He earned just over $244,000 in 2015.
Kathleen Wynne, Premier
The premier's salary went unchanged in 2016. Kathleen Wynne earned $208,974.00, the same she did in 2015. Salaries for the premier, cabinet ministers and all MPPs have been frozen since 2009.