Justice and Solicitor General Positions - Sunshine List 2015

Total result: 798

SALARY NAME Position
$174,563.00 paid in 2014 Erika Bottcher Crown Prosecutor
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$174,556.00 paid in 2014 Bina Border Chief Crown Proscecutor
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$174,533.00 paid in 2014 David Ronald France Barrister and Solicitor
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$174,533.00 paid in 2014 Laurie Weir Barrister and Solicitor
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$174,246.00 paid in 2014 David Alan Hill Assist Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$173,904.00 paid in 2014 James Pickard Assistant Executive Director
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$173,789.00 paid in 2014 Janice Ashcroft Senior Legal Counsel
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$173,376.00 paid in 2014 Maureen McGuire Appellate Counsel
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$172,922.00 paid in 2014 Leah Boyd Crown Prosecutor
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$172,922.00 paid in 2014 Jason Neustaeter Chief Crown Prosecutor
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$172,866.00 paid in 2014 Erika C. Gerlock Barrister and Solicitor
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$172,866.00 paid in 2014 Howard P. Samoil Barrister and Solicitor
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$172,820.00 paid in 2014 Cara Schlenker Case Management Officer
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$172,820.00 paid in 2014 Lisa Hynes Legal Counsel
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$172,820.00 paid in 2014 Richard B. Bruyer Legal Counsel
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$172,820.00 paid in 2014 Susan Borsic-Drummond Case Management Counsel
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$172,669.00 paid in 2014 Rhonda Tibbitt Director, CFO
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$172,666.00 paid in 2014 Tom Buglas Crown Prosecutor
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$172,275.00 paid in 2014 Julie Morgan Appellate Counsel
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$171,834.00 paid in 2014 Christopher Ontkean Barrister and Solicitor
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The Sunshine List

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.

Data

All information presented in this website is based exclusively off the publicly released sunshine lsit available for download by the Government of each province: Ontario | British Columbia | Alberta