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These 10 CEOs took home the most total pay in fiscal 2011

1. Michael Pearson, Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc.: $36,318,841

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2. Bradley Shaw, Shaw Communications Inc.: $15,851,336

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3. Donald Walker, Magna International Inc.: $14,841,085

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4. Gerald Schwartz, Onex Corp.: $14,137,644

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5. Peter Marrone, Yamana Gold Inc.: $12,420,462

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6. William Downe, Bank of Montreal: $11,420,242

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7. Edmund Clark, Toronto-Dominion Bank: $11,380,730

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8. Charles Jeannes, Goldcorp Inc.: $11,323,770

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9. Gordon Nixon, Royal Bank of Canada: $11,171,129

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10. Richard Waugh, Bank Of Nova Scotia: $10,617,196

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