Positions Rank at Justice and Solicitor General

Total result: 847

SALARY NAME Position
$203,245.00 paid in 2015 Nolan Steed Executive Director
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$203,245.00 paid in 2015 Earl Evaniew Asst Chief Legislative Counsel
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$203,245.00 paid in 2015 Rita Sumka Executive Director
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$203,245.00 paid in 2015 Lorne Merryweather Executive Director
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$203,245.00 paid in 2015 Barbara Mason Executive Director
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$203,245.00 paid in 2015 Eugene Orest Yereniuk Executive Director, Reg. Pros.
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$201,953.00 paid in 2015 Ronald Hewitt Executive Director, Prov Court
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$201,953.00 paid in 2015 Corinne Michele Jamieson Exec Director and Gen Counsel
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$199,946.00 paid in 2015 Susan D Hughson Executive Director, ASIRT
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$199,483.00 paid in 2015 Diana Lowe ExCounToACJ/DirEdm/DepExDir
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$199,483.00 paid in 2015 Robert John Anderson Legal Counsel
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$199,369.00 paid in 2015 Cynthia Bentz Legal Officer
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$199,343.00 paid in 2015 Joshua Hawkes Executive Director
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$199,051.00 paid in 2015 Darryl Ruether Exec Leg Counto CJ & Dir Calg
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$197,760.00 paid in 2015 Donald Kruk Director
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$197,612.00 paid in 2015 Gerald Lamoureux Assistant Deputy Minister
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$197,582.00 paid in 2015 Suzanne Kendall Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$197,026.00 paid in 2015 Bruce Laycock Director
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$197,026.00 paid in 2015 William Wister Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$197,026.00 paid in 2015 Robert Calvin Ashley Finlayson Crown Prosecutor
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