Positions Rank at Justice and Solicitor General

Total result: 25

SALARY NAME Position
$196,873.00 paid in 2016 Suzanne Kendall Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$190,849.00 paid in 2016 James Sawa Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$181,228.00 paid in 2016 Michael Ewenson Asst Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$181,228.00 paid in 2016 Jeffery F. Rudiak Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$181,228.00 paid in 2016 Carla MacPhail Asst Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$181,228.00 paid in 2016 David Stilwell Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$181,228.00 paid in 2016 Joseph Mercier Asst Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$181,228.00 paid in 2016 Jeffrey L. Morrison Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$181,228.00 paid in 2016 Jayme Williams Asst Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$181,228.00 paid in 2016 Jason Neustaeter Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$181,228.00 paid in 2016 Ramona Robins Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$181,228.00 paid in 2016 Steven Hinkley Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$181,228.00 paid in 2016 Susan E Pepper Assist Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$181,228.00 paid in 2016 David Alan Hill Assist Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$181,228.00 paid in 2016 Kimberley Anne Louise Goddard Asst Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$180,571.00 paid in 2016 Shelley Bykewich Asst. Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$180,513.00 paid in 2016 Britta Kristensen Asst Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$172,693.00 paid in 2016 Trent Wilson Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$169,971.00 paid in 2016 Carrie-Ann Downey Assist Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$160,528.00 paid in 2016 Brandy Shaw Chief Crown Prosecutor
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