Positions Rank at Ontario Power Generation

Total result: 26

SALARY NAME Position
$196,218.72 paid in 2018 David Brandt Manager Work Centre/Maintenance
Ontario Power Generation
$181,733.06 paid in 2018 Gordon Allan Manager Work Centre/Maintenance
Ontario Power Generation
$177,954.93 paid in 2018 Dale Adams Manager Work Centre/Maintenance
Ontario Power Generation
$176,822.80 paid in 2018 Brent Morton Manager Work Centre/Maintenance
Ontario Power Generation
$175,312.10 paid in 2018 Randy Pitts Manager Work Centre/Maintenance
Ontario Power Generation
$173,056.63 paid in 2018 Regan Lord Manager Work Centre/Maintenance
Ontario Power Generation
$171,792.12 paid in 2018 Raymond Dejonge Manager Work Centre/Maintenance
Ontario Power Generation
$171,335.38 paid in 2018 Karlo Karjanmaa Manager Work Centre/Maintenance
Ontario Power Generation
$171,320.85 paid in 2018 Gino Chouinard Manager Work Centre/Maintenance
Ontario Power Generation
$170,648.06 paid in 2018 Scott Gagnon Manager Work Centre/Maintenance
Ontario Power Generation
$170,218.22 paid in 2018 Tom Kurtz Manager Work Centre/Maintenance
Ontario Power Generation
$169,509.34 paid in 2018 Daniel Alie Manager Work Centre/Maintenance
Ontario Power Generation
$168,573.19 paid in 2018 Gary Kowaluk Manager Work Centre/Maintenance
Ontario Power Generation
$167,809.67 paid in 2018 David Thom Manager Work Centre/Maintenance
Ontario Power Generation
$167,734.74 paid in 2018 Alison Bradley Manager Work Centre/Maintenance
Ontario Power Generation
$166,569.58 paid in 2018 Daniel Piche Manager Work Centre/Maintenance
Ontario Power Generation
$165,051.10 paid in 2018 William Olsen Manager Work Centre/Maintenance
Ontario Power Generation
$165,042.03 paid in 2018 Alan Hooper Manager Work Centre/Maintenance
Ontario Power Generation
$162,589.22 paid in 2018 David Rolo Manager Work Centre/Maintenance
Ontario Power Generation
$162,279.76 paid in 2018 Edward Hong Manager Work Centre/Maintenance
Ontario Power Generation
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