Jan 22, 2015
By Jane Brown
Dalton McGuinty is reinventing himself at the age of 59. The former Ontario premier has been hired by business consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers Canada in a part time role, two years after he resigned as premier amid a firestorm of criticism over his government’s $1.1 billion gas plants scandal and soured relations with teachers.
PwC says in a statement, McGuinty is serving as a senior adviser providing “strategic advice” to clients. He will work to two three days a week.
“My lengthy leadership experience, combined with PwC’s reputation for helping clients solve their important problems, really complement each other,” McGuinty said in a statement.
Dalton McGuinty is a lawyer by profession, was MPP for Ottawa South for 23 years and became Ontario’s premier in 2003.