This one really hurts in light of recent events:
The list grew by more than 6,500 workers, or 24 per cent, from the year prior.
Almost 140 employees at the scandal-plagued Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp. were part of the $100,000 club in 2006, including many who made twice that amount, including Jim Warren, Premier Dalton McGuinty's former communications director.
Duncan Brown, who resigned as CEO right before the release of a scathing report from Ontario's ombudsman on lottery fraud practices, earned $364,825.
Ombudsman Andre Marin, meanwhile, received $192,565.
Personally, I think Mr. Marin deserves a bonus for exposing the rot.