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The top 10 Canadian CEOs in order of the most amount of unexercised stock options.

10. Al Monaco, Enbridge Inc., $34-million

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9. Jeffrey Orr, Power Financial Corp., $34-million

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8. Louis Vachon, National Bank of Canada, $41-million

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7. Michael Roach, CGI Group Inc., $45-million

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6. Claude Mongeau, Canadian National Railway Co., $47-million

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5. Richard Waugh, Bank of Nova Scotia, $50-million

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4. Hunter Harrison, Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd., $57-million

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3. Donald Walker, Magna International Inc., $58-million

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2. William Doyle, Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc., $94-million

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1. Michael Pearson, Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc., $554-million

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