Positions Rank at Justice and Solicitor General

Total result: 69

SALARY NAME Position
$185,650.00 paid in 2014 Rodney A. Clark Senior Manager
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$152,201.00 paid in 2014 Don Smallwood Executive Manager 1
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$151,990.00 paid in 2014 Camelia Wong Senior Manager
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$137,600.00 paid in 2014 Natalie Tymchuk Legal Officer-Manager
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$137,409.00 paid in 2014 Brenda L Haynes Senior Manager
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$135,456.00 paid in 2014 Jean-Paul Sharpe Senior Manager
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$129,686.00 paid in 2014 Clara G Finan District Manager South
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$129,686.00 paid in 2014 Basem Hage Senior Manager
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$127,911.00 paid in 2014 Elaine Ahn Manager
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$127,185.00 paid in 2014 Wendy Smith District Manager North
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$127,185.00 paid in 2014 Ursula R Owre District Manager Central
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$125,011.00 paid in 2014 Lynette Gibbons Senior Manager
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$122,534.00 paid in 2014 Maria Lavorato Senior Manager
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$120,972.00 paid in 2014 Sandra M Mitchell Senior Manager
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$119,372.00 paid in 2014 Paul Arnold-Schutta Manager
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$115,699.00 paid in 2014 Blair S Androschuk Senior Manager, Service Mgt.
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$115,699.00 paid in 2014 Joe Misura Manager, High Risk Offender Pr
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$115,699.00 paid in 2014 Glenna Quinn Manager, Employee Relations
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$115,394.00 paid in 2014 Denis Aubin Senior Manager
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$115,282.00 paid in 2014 Melissa McKinley RBB Project Manager
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The Sunshine List

Alberta first started publishing the Sunshine List in 2014 following the 2012 election of Alison Redford.

The salary and severance disclosure, makes Alberta's public sector more open and accountable to taxpayers. The act requires organizations that receive public funding from the Province of Alberta to make public the names, positions, salaries and total taxable benefits of employees paid $100,000 or more in the previous calendar year.

Data

All information presented in this website is based exclusively off the publicly released sunshine lsit available for download by the Government of each province: Ontario | British Columbia | Alberta