Positions Rank at Justice and Solicitor General

Total result: 194

SALARY NAME Position
$191,600.00 paid in 2014 Lloyd W Robertson Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$189,389.00 paid in 2014 Michelle C Doyle Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$185,650.00 paid in 2014 John W. Hak Crown Prosecutor
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$185,650.00 paid in 2014 Robert Calvin Ashley Finlayson Crown Prosecutor
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$185,650.00 paid in 2014 Neil Wiberg Crown Prosecutor
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$180,095.00 paid in 2014 Iwona Kuklicz Eco Crime Crown Prosecutor
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$178,390.00 paid in 2014 Kenneth Mark McCaffrey Crown Prosecutor
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$178,390.00 paid in 2014 John Derek Watson Crown Prosecutor
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$178,390.00 paid in 2014 James Sawa Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$178,390.00 paid in 2014 William Wister Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$176,543.00 paid in 2014 Kerry Hart Assist Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$176,361.00 paid in 2014 Patricia M Innes Crown Prosecutor
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$176,291.00 paid in 2014 Shane Parker Crown Prosecutor
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$176,291.00 paid in 2014 Karen Hewitt Crown Prosecutor
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$176,291.00 paid in 2014 Joseph Mercier Asst Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$176,291.00 paid in 2014 Grant Frederick George Schorn Assist. Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$176,291.00 paid in 2014 Jeffrey L. Morrison Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$176,291.00 paid in 2014 Jeffery F. Rudiak Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$176,291.00 paid in 2014 David Stilwell Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$176,291.00 paid in 2014 Richard Tchir Crown Prosecutor
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