Positions Rank at Ontario Power Generation

Total result: 48

SALARY NAME Position
$204,701.81 paid in 2019 Hassib El Murdea Senior Plant Engineer/Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$162,605.23 paid in 2019 Joseph Borys Senior Plant Engineer/Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$162,241.58 paid in 2019 Jay Wehrstedt Senior Plant Engineer/Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$152,569.43 paid in 2019 Dean Macintosh Senior Plant Engineer/Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$150,004.10 paid in 2019 Edward Ogilvie Senior Plant Engineer/Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$143,734.62 paid in 2019 Shiqiang Ye Senior Plant Engineer/Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$140,657.30 paid in 2019 John Mcgurk Senior Plant Engineer/Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$136,237.96 paid in 2019 Aaron Anstey Senior Plant Engineer/Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$135,468.72 paid in 2019 Anthony Novasat Senior Plant Engineer/Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$133,409.94 paid in 2019 Frank Pearce Senior Plant Engineer/Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$132,551.42 paid in 2019 John Nadwodny Senior Plant Engineer/Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$132,113.39 paid in 2019 Alan Lansbury Senior Plant Engineer/Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$131,738.46 paid in 2019 Bruce Splane Senior Plant Engineer/Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$130,877.31 paid in 2019 Keith Eastman Senior Plant Engineer/Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$130,335.35 paid in 2019 John Rotella Senior Plant Engineer/Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$130,307.77 paid in 2019 Richard Dale Senior Plant Engineer/Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$129,555.32 paid in 2019 Ryan Albert Senior Plant Engineer/Officer
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$129,310.59 paid in 2019 Sergio Ferreira Senior Plant Engineer/Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$129,292.90 paid in 2019 Mark Champion Senior Plant Engineer/Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$128,827.46 paid in 2019 Patrick Brown Senior Plant Engineer/Officer
Ontario Power Generation
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The Sunshine List

The Public Sector Salary Disclosure Act, makes Ontario's public sector more open and accountable to taxpayers. The act requires organizations that receive public funding from the Province of Ontario to make public, by March 31 each year, the names, positions, salaries and total taxable benefits of employees paid $100,000 or more in the previous calendar year.

In Ontario the Sunshine List was first published in 1996, by the Progressive Conservative government of Mike Harris. Just 4,576 names appeared on the first list.

Data

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