According to data released this morning on SEDAR, Canada’s highest paid municipal employee, CEO Anthony Haines, scored a strong endorsement from the utility’s board of directors with a 12.4% increase in pay last year. What is called his “total compensation” hit $851,983 in 2011.
Shockingly, as previously discussed on this website, Tony’s Hydro has suffered so much due to the visionless parsimony imposed by the Ontario Energy Board that the utility has been unable to afford an updated service vehicle for Canada’s highest paid municipal employee, CEO Anthony Haines. The Mercedes-Benz S550 V4 that Tony has been struggling with is only a …
Continue reading ‘Ontario’s Electricity Regulation Crisis Report – Part 31: New Model of Service Vehicle for Tony’s Hydro (formerly Toronto Hydro) Now Available’ »
The long-awaited firing of Anthony Haines, CEO of Tony’s Hydro (formerly Toronto Hydro), could be announced this afternoon following a meeting of the utility’s board of directors. Here is a short recap of the “Ontario Electricity Regulation Crisis Report” series:
Here is Tony’s Hydro acknowledging that the racy list of wheels provided in Crisis Report – Part 23 “looks pretty accurate”. Here is a picture of what ratepayers are generously providing to Anthony Haines so he can do his work. Is that the one with the 5.5 liter V8 engine with a 7-speed automatic? Personally, I think …
Continue reading ‘Ontario’s Electricity Regulation Crisis Report – Part 24: Gravy Train with Heated Leather Seats at Tony’s Hydro (Formerly Toronto Hydro)’ »
Preliminary research indicates the following vehicles leased by ratepayers of Tony’s Hydro (formerly Toronto Hydro), a self-described green company, on behalf of the following executives: