Positions Rank at Justice and Solicitor General

Total result: 38

SALARY NAME Position
$118,939.00 paid in 2016 James Kent Hopkins Deputy Director
Justice and Solicitor General
$118,939.00 paid in 2016 Gregory James Medley Deputy Director
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$107,499.00 paid in 2016 Randy K Podloski Deputy Director
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$107,153.00 paid in 2016 Robert Pedroso Andrade Deputy Director Operations
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$107,153.00 paid in 2016 Robert Steven Wieler Deputy Director
Justice and Solicitor General
$107,153.00 paid in 2016 Kevin Terry Morey Deputy Director
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$107,153.00 paid in 2016 Wendy Gail Vanderbleek Deputy Director Programs
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$107,153.00 paid in 2016 Scott Stata Deputy Director
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$107,153.00 paid in 2016 Troy Joseph Chalifoux Deputy Director Operations
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$107,153.00 paid in 2016 Chester Uszacki Deputy Director, Programs
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$107,153.00 paid in 2016 Emery Ewanyshyn Deputy Director, Programs
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$107,153.00 paid in 2016 David John Shaw Deputy Director of Operations
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$107,153.00 paid in 2016 David Roy Somerton Deputy Director
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$107,153.00 paid in 2016 John L Hagen Deputy Director, Operations
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$107,153.00 paid in 2016 Allen Gukert Deputy Director Operations
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$107,153.00 paid in 2016 Constance Adel Brown Deputy Director
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$107,153.00 paid in 2016 Michael Jason MacDow Deputy Director Operations
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$107,153.00 paid in 2016 Todd Fred Needham Deputy Director
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$107,153.00 paid in 2016 Robert J Mills Deputy Director Operations
Justice and Solicitor General
$107,153.00 paid in 2016 Wesley Glen Manchester Deputy Director
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