Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries CEO Gets $200K Severence

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WINNIPEG, MB – The former head of Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries was paid over $200,000 in severance after less than two years on the job.

John Stinson left the position after the Pallister government installed a new board of directors at the crown corporation.

Stinson had an annual salary of over $470,000.

By the way, Liquor and Lotteries made more than $586 million last year, up almost three million from the year before.

Hal Anderson, MyToba News

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  • Lorraine Kellner says:

    Well if $586 million was made, how much goes into our Provincial healthcare?

    The casinos were developed to top up our healthcare and we never hear of what is going back into the system.

  • Maxine Kollar says:

    Manitoba Liquor and : Where can I submit a resume to be a board member (if a paid position) and I am willing to start September 1, 2017. I am retired and could use some extra income. As well, I have worked for two levels of government (fed and prov). I am also of great character.