Positions Rank at Justice and Solicitor General

Total result: 197

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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$190,849.00 paid in 2016 John W. Hak Crown Prosecutor
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$190,849.00 paid in 2016 Neil Wiberg Crown Prosecutor
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$190,849.00 paid in 2016 Kenneth Mark McCaffrey Crown Prosecutor
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$190,849.00 paid in 2016 Robert Calvin Ashley Finlayson Crown Prosecutor
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$190,849.00 paid in 2016 John Derek Watson Crown Prosecutor
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$181,968.00 paid in 2016 Douglas J Taylor Crown Prosecutor
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$181,228.00 paid in 2016 Patricia M Innes Crown Prosecutor
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$181,228.00 paid in 2016 Elliot Baker 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 David Vaughan Hartigan Crown Prosecutor
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$181,228.00 paid in 2016 Shane Parker Crown Prosecutor
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$181,228.00 paid in 2016 Tom Buglas Crown Prosecutor
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$181,228.00 paid in 2016 Diane J E Hollinshead 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 Jayme Williams 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 Joseph Mercier Asst Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$181,228.00 paid in 2016 Karen Hewitt Crown Prosecutor
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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.

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