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BlackBerry CEO John Chen arrives at their annual general meeting for shareholders in Toronto in 2015. (Mark Blinch/Reuters)

BlackBerry CEO John Chen arrives at their annual general meeting for shareholders in Toronto in 2015.

(Mark Blinch/Reuters)

CEO pay: The top compensation, bonuses and equity grants of 2016 Add to ...

Who got the highest pay in 2016?

(Includes cash, equity grants, accrued pension values, perquisites and other payments)

NameCompanyAmount
Joseph Papa Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc. $83.1-million
Donald Walker Magna International Inc. $28.6-million
Guy Laurence* Rogers Communications Inc. $24.6-million
Hunter Harrison* Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. $18.8-million
James Smith Thomson Reuters Corp. $17.8-million
Doug Suttles Encana Corp. $17.6-million
Geoffrey Martin CCL Industries Inc. $17.4-million
Ronald Mittelstaedt Waste Connections Inc. $15.9-million
Donald Guloien Manulife Financial Corp. $15.4-million
Darren Entwistle Telus Corp. $12.9-million

*Former CEO

Who has the largest share ownership?

(Includes common shares and vested share units)

NameCompanyAmount
Bruce Flatt Brookfield Asset Management Inc. $1.95-billion
Gerald Schwartz Onex Corp. $1.34-billion
Prem Watsa Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd. $1.21-billion
André Desmarais Power Corp. of Canada $481-million
Paul Desmarais, Jr. Power Corp. of Canada $478-million
Michael Rose Tourmaline Oil Corp. $470-million
Mark Leonard Constellation Software Inc. $266-million
Bradley Shaw Shaw Communications Inc. $233-million
Donald Walker Magna International Inc. $131-million
Neil Rossy Dollarama Inc. $107-million

Who has the most untapped wealth?

(Includes unexercised stock options and unvested share units)

NameCompanyAmount
John Chen BlackBerry Ltd. $142-million
Daniel Schwartz Restaurant Brands International Inc. $139-million
Hunter Harrison* Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. $84-million
James Smith Thomson Reuters Corp. $64-million
Bruce Flatt Broofield Asset Management Inc. $59-million
Mark Barrenechea Open Text Corp. $57-million
Donald Guloien Manulife Financial Corp. $55-million
Louis Vachon National Bank of Canada $55-million
Donald Lindsay Teck Resources Ltd. $49-million
Al Monaco Enbridge Inc. $49-million

Who got the biggest cash bonuses in 2016?

NameCompanyAmount
Donald Walker Magna International Inc. $14.5-million
Joseph Papa Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc. $12.1-million
Hunter Harrison* Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. $10.1-million
Pierre Dion* Quebecor Inc. $9.5-million
Gerald Schwartz Onex Corp. $8.8-million
John Thornton Barrick Gold Corp. $7.1-million
Steve Laut Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. $5.2-million
Sean Boyd Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd. $5-million
Bradley Shaw Shaw Communications Inc. $5-million
Ronald Mittelstaedt Waste Connections Inc. $4.5-million

Who got the largest equity grants in 2016?

(Includes stock options and share units)

NameCompanyAmount
Joseph Papa Valeant Pharmaceuticals Inc. $68.9-million
Donald Walker Magna International Inc. $13.6-million
Geoffrey Martin CCL Industries Inc. $13.1-million
Doug Suttles Encana Corp. $12.6-million
James Smith Thomson Reuters Corp. $11.7-million
Donald Guloien Manulife Financial Corp. $11.2-million
Michael Roach CGI Group Inc. $10.3-million
Darren Entwistle Telus Corp. $10.2-million
Steven Williams Suncor Energy Inc. $7.7-million
David McKay Royal Bank of Canada $7.5-million

Source: Global Governance Advisors

*Former CEO / All numbers reported in U.S. dollars are converted to Canadian dollars at average exchange rate for 2016.

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