Positions Rank at Justice and Solicitor General

Total result: 153

SALARY NAME Position
$192,193.00 paid in 2014 Lorne Merryweather Executive Director
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$191,600.00 paid in 2014 Barbara Mason Executive Director
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$191,600.00 paid in 2014 Rita Sumka Executive Director
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$191,600.00 paid in 2014 Peter V Teasdale Executive Director
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$191,600.00 paid in 2014 Nolan Steed Executive Director
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$191,600.00 paid in 2014 Sheila Bilodeau Executive Director
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$191,600.00 paid in 2014 Eric John Tolppanen Executive Director
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$191,600.00 paid in 2014 Eugene Orest Yereniuk Executive Director, Reg. Pros.
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$186,869.00 paid in 2014 Corinne Michele Jamieson Exec Director and Gen Counsel
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$185,876.00 paid in 2014 Susan D Hughson Executive Director, ASIRT
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$185,650.00 paid in 2014 Bruce Laycock Director
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$185,650.00 paid in 2014 Susan Bercov Director, Litigation
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$185,650.00 paid in 2014 Darin Stepaniuk Director
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$185,650.00 paid in 2014 Jonathan Nicholson Director
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$185,650.00 paid in 2014 Douglas H Lewis Director, SELT
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$185,650.00 paid in 2014 Margaret A Unsworth Director
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$185,650.00 paid in 2014 Donald Kruk Director
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$185,650.00 paid in 2014 William J Nugent Director
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$185,650.00 paid in 2014 Jennifer A Head Director
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$184,608.00 paid in 2014 Mary-Kay Brook Director
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