Staffer's high-paid energy board appointment criticized as one of Doug Ford's 'backroom deals' - 2019-01-11

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F182.png Staffer's high-paid energy board appointment criticized as one of Doug Ford's 'backroom deals' January 11, 2019, Canadian Press, CBC News

A top staffer to Ontario Premier Doug Ford is leaving her post for a high-paid appointment with the province's energy regulator, the latest in what the Opposition calls a series of cushy jobs for Doug Ford's friends.

Ford has recommended Jenni Byrne, who has served as his principal secretary, become a full-time member of the Ontario Energy Board.

That's a two-year term that comes with an annual salary of about $197,000, the premier's office said.

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{{cite news | title = Staffer's high-paid energy board appointment criticized as one of Doug Ford's 'backroom deals' | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/ontario-energy-board-jenni-byrne-1.4975467 | work = Canadian Press | publisher = CBC News | date = January 11, 2019 | accessdate = January 16, 2020 }}