Attorney General Positions - Sunshine List 2017

Total result: 1,794

SALARY NAME Position
$305,603.24 paid in 2016 Patrick Monahan Deputy Minister
Attorney General
$290,630.16 paid in 2016 Peter Rollings Assistant Crown Attorney
Attorney General
$272,056.77 paid in 2016 Kevin Gowdey Assistant Crown Attorney
Attorney General
$247,175.77 paid in 2016 Lucy Cecchetto Senior Counsel principale
Attorney General
$238,244.53 paid in 2016 Mary Humphrey Assistant Crown Attorney
Attorney General
$237,273.07 paid in 2016 Marilyn Marshall Counsel
Attorney General
$236,408.10 paid in 2016 Dennis Brown General Counsel
Attorney General
$234,944.70 paid in 2016 Roslyn Levine Executive Legal Officer
Attorney General
$229,256.56 paid in 2016 Michael Waby Executive Director, Criminal Justice Modernization
Attorney General
$228,409.78 paid in 2016 Irwin Glasberg Assistant Deputy Attorney General, Civil Law Division
Attorney General
$228,090.68 paid in 2016 William Bromm Senior Counsel principal
Attorney General
$226,879.53 paid in 2016 James Cornish Assistant Deputy Attorney General, Criminal Law Division
Attorney General
$226,812.27 paid in 2016 Malliha Wilson Assistant Deputy Attorney General
Attorney General
$226,806.41 paid in 2016 Lise Favreau Counsel
Attorney General
$226,644.95 paid in 2016 Antonio Loparco Director, Special Investigations Unit
Attorney General
$225,625.32 paid in 2016 Jennifer Burke Crown Attorney
Attorney General
$225,166.92 paid in 2016 Juliet Robin Counsel
Attorney General
$224,988.79 paid in 2016 Philip Perlmutter Crown Counsel
Attorney General
$224,625.24 paid in 2016 Marc Huneault Assistant Crown Attorney
Attorney General
$223,859.62 paid in 2016 Ann L. Morgan Crown Counsel
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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.

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