Positions Rank at Justice and Solicitor General

Total result: 847

SALARY NAME Position
$197,026.00 paid in 2015 John Derek Watson Crown Prosecutor
Justice and Solicitor General
$197,026.00 paid in 2015 Susan Bercov Legal Director
Justice and Solicitor General
$197,026.00 paid in 2015 Jonathan Nicholson Director
Justice and Solicitor General
$197,026.00 paid in 2015 Karen Munro Barrister and Solicitor
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$197,026.00 paid in 2015 Margaret A Unsworth Director
Justice and Solicitor General
$197,026.00 paid in 2015 Barbara Turner Dir Legal & Legis Initiatives
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$197,026.00 paid in 2015 Robert Calvin Ashley Finlayson Crown Prosecutor
Justice and Solicitor General
$197,026.00 paid in 2015 Robert Steven Johnston Economic Crime Cr Prosecutor
Justice and Solicitor General
$197,026.00 paid in 2015 Rodney A. Clark Senior Manager
Justice and Solicitor General
$197,026.00 paid in 2015 Jennifer A Head Director
Justice and Solicitor General
$197,026.00 paid in 2015 James Sawa Chief Crown Prosecutor
Justice and Solicitor General
$197,026.00 paid in 2015 Darin Stepaniuk Director
Justice and Solicitor General
$197,026.00 paid in 2015 C Peter Thagard Barrister and Solicitor
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$197,026.00 paid in 2015 G Alan Meikle Barrister and Solicitor
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$197,026.00 paid in 2015 David Chiswell Barrister and Solicitor
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$197,026.00 paid in 2015 Douglas H Lewis Director, SELT
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$197,026.00 paid in 2015 Peter Barber Barrister and Solicitor
Justice and Solicitor General
$197,026.00 paid in 2015 Tracey Bailey General Counsel
Justice and Solicitor General
$197,026.00 paid in 2015 Neil Wiberg Crown Prosecutor
Justice and Solicitor General
$197,026.00 paid in 2015 William J Nugent Director
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