Positions Rank at Justice and Solicitor General

Total result: 194

SALARY NAME Position
$175,315.00 paid in 2014 Douglas J Taylor Crown Prosecutor
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$175,217.00 paid in 2014 Carla MacPhail Asst Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$174,563.00 paid in 2014 Erika Bottcher Crown Prosecutor
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$174,246.00 paid in 2014 David Alan Hill Assist Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$172,922.00 paid in 2014 Jason Neustaeter Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$172,922.00 paid in 2014 Leah Boyd Crown Prosecutor
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$172,666.00 paid in 2014 Tom Buglas Crown Prosecutor
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$169,474.00 paid in 2014 Anders Quist Crown Prosecutor
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$169,436.00 paid in 2014 Pamela McCluskey Crown Prosecutor
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$168,813.00 paid in 2014 Britta Kristensen Asst Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$168,635.00 paid in 2014 Cheryl A. Schlecker Crown Prosecutor
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$168,123.00 paid in 2014 Shelley Bykewich Asst. Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$168,123.00 paid in 2014 Carole Godfrey Crown Prosecutor
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$166,000.00 paid in 2014 Hyatt Mograbee Crown Prosecutor
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$163,565.00 paid in 2014 Emanuel Vomberg Crown Prosecutor
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$163,565.00 paid in 2014 M Ian MacKenzie Crown Prosecutor
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$163,565.00 paid in 2014 David Clifton Crown Prosecutor
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$163,565.00 paid in 2014 Sarah Bhola Crown Prosecutor
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$163,565.00 paid in 2014 Lauren Irene Wuttunee Crown Prosecutor
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$163,565.00 paid in 2014 Marshall Hopkins Crown Prosecutor
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