Indigenous Relations Positions - Sunshine List 2017

Total result: 46

SALARY NAME Position
$285,877.00 paid in 2016 Donavon Young Deputy Minister
Indigenous Relations
$233,277.00 paid in 2016 Stanley H Rutwind ADM Consult and Land Claims
Indigenous Relations
$200,405.00 paid in 2016 John C Donner ADM, Strat Initiatives & Fin
Indigenous Relations
$200,405.00 paid in 2016 Lorne G Harvey Executive Director, Finance
Indigenous Relations
$188,459.00 paid in 2016 Clay Buchanan ADM FNMR
Indigenous Relations
$177,432.00 paid in 2016 Tracy Balash ADM Indig Women Init&Staff Eng
Indigenous Relations
$164,514.00 paid in 2016 Cynthia Dunnigan Exec Dir Metis Relations
Indigenous Relations
$164,061.00 paid in 2016 Cameron Henry Exec Dir Policy and Planning
Indigenous Relations
$164,061.00 paid in 2016 Thomas Droege Senior Advisor
Indigenous Relations
$157,751.00 paid in 2016 Patricia Merrithew-Mercredi Exec Dir First Nations Relns
Indigenous Relations
$154,697.00 paid in 2016 Lawrence Aimoe ED, Operations, ACO
Indigenous Relations
$144,579.00 paid in 2016 Carcey J. Hincz ED, Stewardship and Policy Int
Indigenous Relations
$133,318.00 paid in 2016 Paul Wyminga Director, Climate Leadership
Indigenous Relations
$133,318.00 paid in 2016 Harold Robinson Tribunal Secretary
Indigenous Relations
$133,318.00 paid in 2016 Steven Andres Director Land Claims
Indigenous Relations
$133,318.00 paid in 2016 Ashley Bodnar Metis Sett Land Registrar
Indigenous Relations
$133,058.00 paid in 2016 Cory Enns Director Policy Integration
Indigenous Relations
$131,373.00 paid in 2016 David Dear Comm. Director IR
Indigenous Relations
$127,353.00 paid in 2016 Cheryl Beitel Director, Human Resources
Indigenous Relations
$124,521.00 paid in 2016 Dawna Harden Director, Stewardship
Indigenous Relations
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