In 2011 U of O president Allan Rock had a university income of $396,292.
Presumably we can add his estimated parliamentary pension of $63,000., which he is allowed to receive even when being paid with university public funds in a full-time job.
This gives a 2011 income of approximately $459,000.
This income from public and student tuition money is the largest president's income by far far far, adjusted for inflation, of any president of the institution.
It's only fair to ask what Mr. Rock has done and is doing for Canada's university.
What have been the accomplishments beyond the unavoidable population-growth-driven buildings and facilities? And beyond the image marketing?
What are the indicators that matter? Student satisfaction... Reputation of graduates... Societal progress beyond cancer research and the like...
What are students entitled to demand as real improvements?