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HIGHEST PAID IN 2011

 

Total pay

1

Michael Pearson

Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc.

$36,318,841

2

Bradley Shaw

Shaw Communications Inc.

$15,851,336

3

Donald Walker

Magna International Inc.

$14,841,085

4

Gerald Schwartz

Onex Corp.

$14,137,644

5

Peter Marrone

Yamana Gold Inc.

$12,420,462

6

William Downe

Bank of Montreal

$11,420,242

7

Edmund Clark

Toronto-Dominion Bank

$11,380,730

8

Charles Jeannes

Goldcorp Inc.

$11,323,770

9

Gordon Nixon

Royal Bank of Canada

$11,171,129

10

Richard Waugh

Bank Of Nova Scotia

$10,617,196

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BIGGEST BONUSES

 

Bonus

1

Gerald Schwartz

Onex Corp.

$12,851,496

2

Donald Walker

Magna International Inc.

$6,853,945

3

Charles Jeannes

Goldcorp Inc.

$4,862,554

4

Bradley Shaw

Shaw Communications Inc.

$4,675,000

5

Peter Marrone

Yamana Gold Inc.

$4,311,838

6

Paul Wright

Eldorado Gold Corp.

$3,640,000

7

Gerald McCaughey

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce

$3,404,000

8

Richard Clark

Brookfield Properties Corp.

$3,066,970

9

Rick George

Suncor Energy Inc.

$3,060,000

10

Michael Pearson

Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc.

$2,964,894

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MOST STOCK OPTIONS

 

Value of in-the-money stock options

1

William Doyle

Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc.

$206,480,172

2

Michael Pearson

Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc.

$178,746,416

3

Gerald Schwartz

Onex Corp.

$125,726,540

4

Patrick Daniel

Enbridge Inc.

$96,968,196

5

Edmund Clark

Toronto-Dominion Bank

$42,093,363

6

Alain Bouchard

Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc.

$37,531,841

7

Claude Mongeau

Canadian National Railway Co.

$37,150,985

8

Ronald Pantin

Pacific Rubiales Energy Corp.

$31,849,595

9

Michael Roach

CGI Group Inc.

$27,040,674

10

Rick George

Suncor Energy Inc.

$24,063,680

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MOST UNVESTED SHARE AWARDS

Value of unvested share-based awards

1

Michael Pearson

Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc.

$80,233,453

2

Peter Marrone

Yamana Gold Inc.

$20,048,484

3

Scott Saxberg

Crescent Point Energy Corp.

$17,470,885

4

Edmund Clark

Toronto-Dominion Bank

$16,977,609

5

Bruce Flatt

Brookfield Asset Management Inc.

$16,260,169

6

Nadir Mohamed

Rogers Communications Inc.

$15,198,946

7

Claude Mongeau

Canadian National Railway Co.

$13,422,721

8

Thomas Glocer

Thomson Reuters Corp.

$13,103,038

9

Darren Entwistle

Telus Corp.

$11,807,267

10

Richard Waugh

Bank Of Nova Scotia

$11,803,460

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MOST SHARES OWNED

 

Value of CEO's shares and vested share units

1

Galen Weston

George Weston Ltd.

$4,983,936,742

2

Clayton Riddell

Paramount Resources Ltd.

$1,571,407,623

3

James Balsillie

Research In Motion Ltd.

$1,143,191,922

4

Mike Lazaridis

Research In Motion Ltd.

$1,134,974,460

5

Gerald Schwartz

Onex Corp.

$821,801,454

6

Prem Watsa

Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd.

$812,154,242

7

Alain Bouchard

Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc.

$533,246,902

8

Bruce Flatt

Brookfield Asset Management Inc.

$490,147,416

9

Michael Rose

Tourmaline Oil Corp.

$323,747,080

10

Keith MacPhail

Bonavista Energy Corp.

$263,931,087

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BIGGEST PENSIONS

 

Accrued obligation for CEO pension

1

Bradley Shaw

Shaw Communications Inc.

$50,783,000

2

Edmund Clark

Toronto-Dominion Bank

$34,738,000

3

Randall Eresman

Encana Corp.

$26,682,206

4

Richard Waugh

Bank Of Nova Scotia

$26,670,000

5

Rick George

Suncor Energy Inc.

$26,653,342

6

Allen Loney

Great-West Lifeco Inc.

$24,644,004

7

Patrick Daniel

Enbridge Inc.

$23,373,000

8

Paul Desmarais, Jr.

Power Corp. of Canada

$22,739,000

9

William Doyle

Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc.

$22,712,249

10

André Desmarais

Power Corp. of Canada

$21,041,000

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