Kelly McParland: Incoming Premier Doug sends a shot over the public service’s bow

The case of the three bumbling bureaucrats who buggered up the federal payroll system, costing the Treasury a billion dollars or so and keeping tens of thousands of fellow civil servants from receiving their regular paycheques, carries a special resonance in Ontario, where their provincial cousins are feeling unusually vulnerable. Vulnerability is not a sensation familiar to those employed by the government. One of the key aspects of the paycheque affair — the one that burns less favoured workers across the country — is the fact that the three guilty parties can’t be fired. They can’t even be named, lest someone actually criticizes them for their ineptitude and hurts their feelings. Members of the Public Service Alliance of Canada march to the Toronto constituency office of Finance Ministe
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