For the second time in as many years, the name of former McMaster Association of Part-time Students (MAPS) executive director Sam Minniti has appeared on Ontario’s 2012 “sunshine list” under the category of Universities. According to the recently published salary disclosure list (as per the the Public Sector Salary Disclosure Act, 1996), Mr. Minniti’s salary for the fiscal year 2012 was $124,429.20. His name also appeared on last year’s sunshine list which indicates that he raked in $126,151.99 in 2011.
In January of this year, the MAPS fired Minniti after a scathing governance review, conducted by the McMaster University, “revealed substantial and serious issues that have created deep concerns for the University. These concerns have made it clear that substantive changes are requires in MAPS’ governance, procedures, policies and practices.”
To read more about the MAPS and Sam Minniti, see other posts previously published by studentunion.ca:
- Canadian Student Politics Year in Review – Top 10 Stories of 2012 – Part 2 (see number nine).
- Sam Minniti: (Possibly) Canada’s highest paid student association staffer
- McMaster Association of Part-time Students fires Sam Minniti
- McMaster Association of Part-time Students releases 2011 financial statements
- Few students show up to MAPS annual general meeting