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Canada Which Ontario civil servants make more than $100,000? Explore the 'Sunshine List'

Ontario's Public Sector Salary Disclosure list for 2012 was released March 28, detailing the names, positions, salaries and taxable benefits of public employees who earn $100,000 a year or more.

Use the table below to search through the list. You can customize your own search or see a ready-made list of key organizations and highest earners. Click the magnifying glass icon to compare this year's salaries to the previous year's results.

Update: See the Sunshine List table released in 2013 for salaries earned during 2012.

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These searches highlight specific organizations such as Hydro One and the Toronto Transit Commission. You can also select searches for the highest earners or those with the highest benefits.

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