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The Liberals campaigned on a promise to run a more transparent government than the Conservatives, but we still don’t know what the Liberals’ long-term plan is.**********
The Conservative plan, on the other hand, was crystal clear: steadily lower taxes and spending. You may not have liked the plan, but at least you know what it was.
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Ontario’s Liberal government paid up to $435,000 to the expert panel appointed to resolve its dispute with Auditor General Bonnie Lysyk over whether surpluses on billions in public pension funds should be counted as government “assets.”Thank you Kathleen Wynne.
According to an Order in Council, Panel Chair Tricia O’Malley is to be paid $2,000 a day with a cap of 75 days or $150,000. The three remaining members are each eligible for $1,900 a day, up to a maximum of 50 days or $95,000.
Expenses were to be paid on top of their remuneration.