Positions Rank at Justice and Solicitor General

Total result: 756

SALARY NAME Position
$383,143.00 paid in 2016 Tera Jones Assist Chief Medical Examiner
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$383,143.00 paid in 2016 Elizabeth Brooks-Lim Deputy Chief Med Examiner
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$383,143.00 paid in 2016 Bamidele Adeagbo Assist Chief Medical Examiner
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$383,143.00 paid in 2016 Bernard Bannach Asst Chief Med. Examiner
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$383,018.00 paid in 2016 Mitchell Weinberg Assist Chief Medical Examiner
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$369,925.00 paid in 2016 Cecilia Wu Assist Chief Medical Examiner
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$343,915.00 paid in 2016 Angela Miller Asst Chief Medical Examiner
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$319,229.00 paid in 2016 Jeffery Gofton Chief Medical Examiner
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$213,123.00 paid in 2016 Bill Sweeney Senior Asst. Deputy Minister
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$212,429.00 paid in 2016 Peter J Pagano Chief Legislative Counsel
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$212,300.00 paid in 2016 Frank Bosscha ADM, Legal Services
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$203,558.00 paid in 2016 Susan Borsic-Drummond Case Management Counsel
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$201,205.00 paid in 2016 Eric John Tolppanen Assistant Deputy Minister
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$196,873.00 paid in 2016 Nolan Steed ED, Leg Policy & Min Serv
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$196,873.00 paid in 2016 Peter V Teasdale ED, Strategic & Bus Serv
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$196,873.00 paid in 2016 Corinne Michele Jamieson ED, Court of Queens Bench
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$196,873.00 paid in 2016 Eugene Orest Yereniuk ED, Regional Prosecutions
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$196,873.00 paid in 2016 Barbara Mason ED Departmental Legal Services
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$196,873.00 paid in 2016 Joshua Hawkes ED, Appeals, Edu & Pros Policy
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$196,873.00 paid in 2016 Sheila Bilodeau ED, Specialized Pros.
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