Innovation and Advanced Education Positions - Sunshine List 2015

Total result: 158

SALARY NAME Position
$311,461.00 paid in 2014 Marcia Nelson Deputy Minister
Innovation and Advanced Education
$301,557.00 paid in 2014 Stephen M MacDonald Deputy Minister
Innovation and Advanced Education
$194,946.00 paid in 2014 Melvin Wong ADM, Tech&IndustryPartnership
Innovation and Advanced Education
$193,148.00 paid in 2014 Justin E Riemer ADM Enterprise
Innovation and Advanced Education
$170,944.00 paid in 2014 Dan Rizzoli ADM, Strategic&CorpSvcs
Innovation and Advanced Education
$167,049.00 paid in 2014 Andre Paul Tremblay Assistant Deputy Minister
Innovation and Advanced Education
$161,133.00 paid in 2014 Lee Kruszewski ExecDir.,Res&InnovCounAu
Innovation and Advanced Education
$159,592.00 paid in 2014 Daphne B Cheel ED, Cross Min & TechInitiative
Innovation and Advanced Education
$159,592.00 paid in 2014 Robert Fernandez Exec Dir AEDA Operations
Innovation and Advanced Education
$159,592.00 paid in 2014 Leslie Sim Chief Information Officer
Innovation and Advanced Education
$159,101.00 paid in 2014 Dianna Wilk Exec Director, Human Resources
Innovation and Advanced Education
$154,844.00 paid in 2014 David Peace Executive Director
Innovation and Advanced Education
$151,848.00 paid in 2014 Mark T Douglas Executive Director, AIT
Innovation and Advanced Education
$151,848.00 paid in 2014 Lisa A. Bowes ED, Innovation Support Systems
Innovation and Advanced Education
$148,590.00 paid in 2014 Kurt J Schreiner Exec Dir, Strategic Directions
Innovation and Advanced Education
$146,586.00 paid in 2014 Karen Wronko ED, Ent & Reg Development
Innovation and Advanced Education
$144,445.00 paid in 2014 Kirsty Ross Certified Internal Coach
Innovation and Advanced Education
$143,448.00 paid in 2014 Christine Savage Executive Director
Innovation and Advanced Education
$143,330.00 paid in 2014 Carla Corbett ED, AIT Operat & Client Serv.
Innovation and Advanced Education
$143,330.00 paid in 2014 R. Darrell Dancause Executive Director & SFO
Innovation and Advanced Education
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