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Financial Information Act Return
Financial Information
Act Return
Financial Statements
Year Ended March 31, 2010
(Published in accordance with the Financial Information Act,
Chapter 131, Statutes of British Columbia, 1979)
British Columbia Cataloguing in Publication Data
BC Hydro
Financial Statements- 1962/63 –
Annual
Cover title varies: 1962/63 – 1980/81, Public Bodies
Financial Information Act Return: 1982/83 –
Financial Information Act Return
Report year ends Mar.31
ISSN 0521-1380 = Financial Statements – British Columbia Hydro
and Power Authority
1.
BC Hydro – Appropriations and Expenditures I
Title: Public Bodies Financial Information Act Return
II. Title: Financial Information Act Return
HD2768.C35B735
Rev.Aug.1993
354.711’008’72
Financial Information Act Return For year ended March 31, 2010
TABLE OF CONTENTS
A.
Audited Consolidated Financial Statements 2010
B.
BC Hydro
Statement of Salaries and Wages Paid – General
Statement of Remuneration and Expenses – Board of Directors
Statement of Remuneration and Expenses – Employees
Statement of Accounts Paid
C.
Columbia Hydro Constructors Ltd.
Statement of Salaries and Wages Paid – General
Statement of Remuneration and Expenses
Statement of Accounts Paid
D.
Powerex Corp
Statement of Salaries and Wages Paid – General
Statement of Remuneration and Expenses
Statement of Accounts Paid
E.
Powertech Labs Inc.
Statement of Salaries and Wages Paid – General
Statement of Remuneration and Expenses
Statement of Accounts Paid
F.
BC Hydro Services Asset Corp
Statement of Accounts Paid
FINANCIAL
RESULTS
CONSOLIDATED
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 2010
MANAGEMENT REPORT
The consolidated financial statements of British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority (BC Hydro) are the responsibility of management
and have been prepared in accordance with Canadian generally accepted accounting principles. The preparation of financial
statements necessarily involves the use of estimates which have been made using careful judgment. In management’s opinion, the
consolidated financial statements have been properly prepared within the framework of the accounting policies summarized in the
consolidated financial statements and incorporate, within reasonable limits of materiality, all information available at May 10, 2010.
The consolidated financial statements have also been reviewed by the Audit & Risk Management Committee and approved by the
Board of Directors. Financial information presented elsewhere in this Annual Report is consistent with that in the consolidated
financial statements.
Management maintains systems of internal controls designed to provide reasonable assurance that assets are safeguarded and that
reliable financial information is available on a timely basis. These systems include formal written policies and procedures, careful
selection and training of qualified personnel and appropriate delegation of authority and segregation of responsibilities within the
organization. An internal audit function independently evaluates the effectiveness of these internal controls on an ongoing basis and
reports its findings to management and the Audit & Risk Management Committee.
The consolidated financial statements have been examined by independent external auditors. The external auditors’ responsibility is to
express their opinion on whether the consolidated financial statements, in all material respects, fairly present BC Hydro’s financial
position, results of operations and cash flows in accordance with Canadian generally accepted accounting principles. The Auditors’
Report, which follows, outlines the scope of their examination and their opinion.
The Board of Directors, through the Audit & Risk Management Committee, is responsible for ensuring that management fulfills its
responsibility for financial reporting and internal controls. The Audit & Risk Management Committee, comprised of directors who are
not employees, meets regularly with the external auditors, the internal auditors and management to satisfy itself that each group has
properly discharged its responsibility to review the financial statements before recommending approval by the Board of Directors. The
Audit & Risk Management Committee also recommends the appointment of external auditors to the Board of Directors. The internal
and external auditors have full and open access to the Audit & Risk Management Committee, with and without the presence of
management.
Bev Van Ruyven
A/President and Chief Executive Officer
Charles Reid
Executive VP Finance & Chief Financial Officer
Vancouver, Canada
May 10, 2010
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AUDITORS’ REPORT
The Lieutenant Governor in Council, Province of British Columbia:
We have audited the consolidated balance sheet of British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority as at March 31, 2010 and the
consolidated statements of operations, comprehensive income, retained earnings and cash flows for the year then ended. These
financial statements are the responsibility of British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority’s management. Our responsibility is to
express an opinion on these financial statements based on our audit.
We conducted our audit in accordance with Canadian generally accepted auditing standards. Those standards require that we plan and
perform an audit to obtain reasonable assurance whether the financial statements are free of material misstatement. An audit includes
examining, on a test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. An audit also includes
assessing the accounting principles used and significant estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall financial
statement presentation.
In our opinion, these consolidated financial statements present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of British Columbia
Hydro and Power Authority as at March 31, 2010 and the results of its operations and its cash flows for the year then ended in
accordance with Canadian generally accepted accounting principles.
Chartered Accountants
Vancouver, Canada
May 10, 2010
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CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS
for the years ended March 31 (in millions)
Revenues
Domestic
$
Trade
Expenses
Energy Costs:
Domestic
Trade
Operations
Maintenance
Administration
Taxes
Amortization (Note 7)
Operating Income
Finance Charges (Note 8)
Loss Before Regulatory Account Transfers
Net Change in Regulatory Accounts (Note 5)
Net Income
$
(Revised Note 1 & 2)
2010
2009
3,090 732 3,822 $ 2,814
1,455
4,269
1,150 1,236
635 1,157
396 395
628 353
225 167
173 167
445 395
3,652 3,870
170 399
419 472
(249)
(73)
696 438
447 $ 365
See accompanying notes to consolidated financial statements.
Consolidated Statement of COMPREHENSIVE INCOME
for the years ended March 31 (in millions)
Net Income
$
Other Comprehensive Income (Loss) (Note 17)
Comprehensive Income
$
2010
2009
447 $ 365
95
(98)
542 $ 267
See accompanying notes to consolidated financial statements.
Consolidated Statement of Retained Earnings
for the years ended March 31 (in millions)
2010
Retained Earnings, Beginning of Year (As Previously Reported)
$ 2,231 $
Adoption of New Accounting Standard (Note 2)
(10)
Retained Earnings, Beginning of Year (As Revised) 2,221 Net Income
447 Accrued Payment to the Province (Note 6)
(47)
Retained Earnings, End of Year
$ 2,621 $
See accompanying notes to consolidated financial statements.
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2009
1,865
(9)
1,856
365
—
2,221
CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET
(Revised Note 1 & 2)
as at March 31 (in millions)
2010
2009
ASSETS
Property, Plant and Equipment, Net (Note 9)
$ 13,822 $ 11,830
Current Assets
Cash and cash equivalents
9 190
Accounts receivable and accrued revenue
650
713
Inventories (Note 4)
114
178 Prepaid expenses
135
170
Current portion of derivative financial instrument assets (Note 13)
434
836
1,342
2,087
Other Assets and Deferred Charges
Intangible assets (Note 10)
282
269
Sinking funds (Note 11)
96
115
Employee future benefits (Note 16)
313
337
Regulatory assets (Note 5) 2,152 1,360
Derivative financial instrument assets (Note 13)
86
331
2,929
2,412
$ 18,093
$ 16,329
LIABILITIES AND EQUITY
Long-Term Debt (Note 12)
Long-term debt net of sinking funds
$ 8,631
$ 6,996
Sinking funds presented as assets
96 115
8,727 7,111
Current Liabilities
Current portion of long-term debt (Note 12)
2,074 2,329
Accounts payable and accrued liabilities
1,101
1,272
Current portion of derivative financial instrument liabilities (Note 13)
393
877
3,568
4,478 Other Liabilities
Regulatory liabilities (Note 5)
439
342
Deferred contributions (Note 14)
1,079
1,016
Derivative financial instrument liabilities, long-term (Note 13)
224
195
Other long-term liabilities (Note 15) 1,382 1,008
3,124
2,561
Shareholder’s Equity
Retained earnings 2,621 2,221
Accumulated other comprehensive income (loss) (Note 17)
53
(42)
2,674 2,179
$ 18,093
$ 16,329
Commitments and Contingencies (Note 18)
See accompanying notes to consolidated financial statements.
Approved on Behalf of the Board:
Dan Doyle
Chairman
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Tracey L. McVicar
Chair, Audit & Risk Management Committee
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS
for the years ended March 31 (in millions)
Operating Activities
Net income
$
Regulatory account transfers Adjustments for non-cash items:
Amortization of regulatory accounts (Note 5)
Amortization expense
Foreign exchange translation (gains) losses
Unrealized gains on mark-to-market
Other items
Changes in non-cash working capital:
Accounts receivable and accrued revenue
Accounts payable and accrued liabilities
Prepaid expenses
Inventories
Cash provided by operating activities
Investing Activities
Property, plant and equipment and intangible asset expenditures
Waneta Acquisition (Note 9)
Deferred contributions
Other items
Cash used in investing activities
Financing Activities
Bonds
Proceeds, net of issue costs
Retired
Revolving borrowings
Sinking fund withdrawals
Payment to the Province
Settlement of derivative instruments
Cash provided by financing activities
(Decrease) Increase in cash and cash equivalents
Cash and cash equivalents, beginning of year
Cash and cash equivalents, end of year
$
Supplemental Disclosure of Cash Flow Information
Interest paid
$
See accompanying notes to consolidated financial statements.
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(Revised Note 2)
2010
447 (508)
2009
$
365
(488)
79 445 (34)
(13)
3
419 59
395
33
(18)
(22)
324
63
(208 ) 35
64
(46)
373 (31)
128
(72)
(95)
(70)
254
(1,554)
(841)
101 2
(2,292)
(1,384)
—
97
(17)
(1,304)
2,116 350
(631)
(94)
240 687
2 509
— (288)
11 54
1,738 1,218
(181)
168 190 22
9
$
190
509
$
492
BRITISH COLUMBIA HYDRO AND POWER AUTHORITY
NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEARS ENDED MARCH 31, 2010 AND 2009
NOTE 1: SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES
Purpose
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority (BC Hydro) was established in 1962 as a Crown Corporation of the Province of British
Columbia (the Province) by enactment of the Hydro and Power Authority Act. As directed by the Hydro and Power Authority Act, BC Hydro’s
mandate is to generate, manufacture, distribute and supply power. BC Hydro’s corporate purpose is to provide “Reliable power, at low
cost, for generations.” BC Hydro is subject to regulation (see Note 5) by the British Columbia Utilities Commission (BCUC) which, among
other things, approves the rates BC Hydro charges for its services.
BC Hydro owns and operates electric generation and distribution facilities in the province of British Columbia. BC Hydro also owns
transmission facilities in the province of British Columbia that are operated by British Columbia Transmission Corporation (BCTC), an
independent Crown Corporation of the Province.
Basis of Presentation
These consolidated financial statements have been prepared in accordance with Canadian generally accepted accounting principles
(GAAP). The consolidated financial statements include the accounts of BC Hydro and its principal wholly-owned operating subsidiaries
Powerex Corporation (Powerex), Powertech Labs Inc., BCH Services Asset Corp., and Columbia Hydro Constructors Ltd., collectively
with BC Hydro (the Company). All intercompany transactions and balances are eliminated upon consolidation.
The Company accounts for its one-third interest in the Waneta dam and generating facility (Note 9) as a jointly controlled asset. A jointly
controlled asset is considered a joint venture as it includes the joint ownership and control of one or more assets to obtain benefits for
the venturers. Each venturer takes a share of the output from the assets for its own exclusive use. These consolidated financial
statements include BC Hydro’s proportionate share of the Waneta dam and generating facility. BC Hydro has also included its share of
any liabilities and expenses incurred jointly with Teck Metals Ltd. and any revenue from the sale or use of its share of the output in
relation to the Waneta dam and generating facility.
Use of Estimates
The preparation of financial statements in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles requires management to make
estimates and assumptions that affect the reported amounts of assets and liabilities and the disclosure of contingent assets, liabilities
and commitments at the date of the financial statements and the reported amounts of revenues and expenses during the reporting
periods. Significant items subject to management estimates and assumptions include the determination of the allowance for doubtful
accounts, the fair value of sinking funds and derivative financial instruments, the actuarial assumptions used to value the employee
future benefit plans, the useful lives of property, plant and equipment and intangible assets, amounts for accrued liabilities and
contingencies, and the accrual for unbilled revenue at period end. Actual results could differ from these estimates.
Regulatory Accounting
BC Hydro is regulated by the BCUC and both entities are subject to general or special directives and directions issued by the Province.
BC Hydro operates primarily under a cost of service regulation as prescribed by the BCUC. Orders in Council from the Province
establish the basis for determining BC Hydro’s equity for regulatory purposes, as well as its allowed return on equity and the annual
Payment to the Province. Calculation of its revenue requirements and rates charged to customers are established through applications
filed with and approved by the BCUC.
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NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEARS ENDED MARCH 31, 2010 AND 2009
BC Hydro applies various accounting policies that differ from GAAP for enterprises that do not operate in a rate-regulated environment
(see Note 5). Generally, these policies result in deferral and amortization of costs and recoveries to allow for adjustment of future rates.
In the absence of rate-regulation, these amounts would otherwise be included in the determination of net income in the year the
amounts are incurred. These accounting policies support BC Hydro’s regulation and have been established through ongoing application
to, and approval by, the BCUC. When a deferral account has been or will be applied for, and, in management’s estimate, acceptance of
deferral treatment by the BCUC is considered probable, BC Hydro defers such costs in advance of a final decision of the BCUC. If the
BCUC subsequently denies the application for regulatory treatment, the remaining deferred amount is recognized in net income.
Revenues and Energy Costs
Domestic revenues comprise sales to customers within the Province of British Columbia, and sales of firm energy outside the province
under long-term contracts that are reflected in BC Hydro’s domestic load requirements. Other sales outside the province are classified
as trade.
Energy trading contracts that meet the definition of a financial or non-financial derivative are accounted for on a fair value basis
whereby any realized gains and losses and unrealized changes in the fair value are recognized in trade revenues in the period the
change occurred.
Energy trading and other contracts which do not meet the definition of a derivative are accounted for on an accrual basis whereby the
realized gains and losses are recognized as revenue as the contracts are settled. Such contracts are considered to be settled when, for
the sale of products, the significant risks and rewards of ownership transfer to the buyer, and for the sale of services, those services are
rendered.
Revenue is recognized on the basis of billing cycles and also includes accruals for electricity deliveries not yet billed.
Foreign Currency Translation
Foreign currency denominated revenues and expenses are translated into Canadian dollars at the rate of exchange in effect at the
transaction date. Foreign currency denominated monetary assets and liabilities are translated into Canadian dollars at the rate of
exchange prevailing at the balance sheet date. Exchange gains or losses arising from translation of foreign denominated monetary
balances and transactions are reflected in finance charges in the statement of operations.
Property, Plant and Equipment
Property, plant and equipment in service are recorded at cost which includes materials, direct and indirect labour, an appropriate
allocation of administration overhead and finance charges capitalized during construction. Property, plant and equipment in service
include the cost of plant and equipment financed by contributions in aid of construction and contributions arising from the Columbia
River Treaty. Upon retirement or disposal, any gain or loss is charged to amortization.
Unfinished construction consists of costs of property, plant and equipment that are under construction or not ready for service. Costs
are transferred to property, plant and equipment in service when the constructed asset is substantially complete and capable of
operation at a pre-determined significant level of capacity.
Property, plant and equipment in service are amortized on an individual or pooled basis over the expected useful lives of the assets,
generally using the straight-line method.
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NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEARS ENDED MARCH 31, 2010 AND 2009
The expected useful lives, in years, of BC Hydro’s main classes of property, plant and equipment are:
Generation
Hydraulic
Thermal
Lines
Substations
Buildings
Equipment
Computer hardware
Service vehicles
Sundry
50 –100
10 – 50
35 –100
20 – 50
45 – 50
7 – 20
2 – 10
7 – 20
20 – 45
Intangible Assets
Intangible assets are recorded at cost. Intangible assets with indefinite useful lives are not subject to amortization. These assets are
tested for impairment annually or more frequently if events indicate that the asset may be impaired.
Intangible assets with finite useful lives are amortized over their useful lives on a straight line basis. The expected useful lives, in years,
are as follows:
Software
2 – 10
Land Rights 20
Clearings 100
Sundry
10 – 20
Impairment of Long-Lived Assets
Long-lived assets, including property, plant and equipment and amortized intangible assets, are reviewed for impairment whenever
events or changes in circumstances indicate the carrying value of an asset may not be fully recoverable. Recoverability of assets is
measured by a comparison of the carrying amount of the asset to estimated undiscounted future cash flows expected to be generated
by the asset. If the carrying amount exceeds its estimated future cash flows, an impairment charge is recognized by the amount that the
carrying amount of the asset exceeds its fair value.
Cash and Cash Equivalents
Cash and cash equivalents include cash and units of a money market fund that are redeemable on demand and carried at fair value.
Inventories
Inventories are comprised of materials and supplies and natural gas and are valued at the lower of weighted average cost and net
realizable value. Cost of materials and supplies includes invoiced costs and directly attributable costs of acquiring the inventory. Net
realizable value is the expected selling price in the ordinary course of business, less any costs expected in selling the inventory.
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Financial Instruments
Financial Instruments—Recognition and Measurement
All financial instruments are required to be measured at fair value on initial recognition of the instrument, except for certain related
party transactions. Measurement in subsequent periods depends on whether the financial instrument has been classified or designated
as “held-for-trading”, or classified as “available-for-sale”, “held-to-maturity”, “loans and receivables”, or “other financial liabilities”.
Transaction costs are expensed as incurred for financial instruments classified or designated as held-for-trading. For other financial
instruments, transaction costs are capitalized on initial recognition. All regular-way purchases or sales of financial assets are
accounted for on a settlement date basis.
Financial assets and financial liabilities held-for-trading are measured at fair value with changes in those fair values recognized in net
income. Financial assets classified as available-for-sale are measured at fair value, with changes in those fair values recognized in
other comprehensive income until realized. Financial assets classified as held-to-maturity, loans and receivables, and financial
liabilities classified as other financial liabilities are measured at amortized cost using the effective interest method of amortization.
Derivatives, including embedded derivatives that are not closely related to the host contract and must be separately accounted for,
generally must be classified as held-for-trading and recorded at fair value in the consolidated balance sheet. The classification of
financial instruments is described in Note 13.
Derivative Financial Instruments
BC Hydro and its subsidiaries use derivative financial instruments to manage interest rate and foreign exchange risks related to debt
and to manage foreign exchange risks related to electricity and natural gas commodity transactions.
Interest rate and foreign exchange related derivative instruments that are not designated as hedges, are recorded using the mark-tomarket method of accounting whereby instruments are recorded at fair value as either an asset or liability with changes in fair value
recognized in net income. For liability management activities, the related gains or losses are included in finance charges. For foreign
currency exchange risk associated with electricity and natural gas commodity transactions, the related gains or losses are included in
domestic revenues. BC Hydro’s policy is not to utilize interest rate and foreign exchange related derivative financial instruments for
speculative purposes.
Derivative financial instruments are also used by a BC Hydro subsidiary to manage economic exposure to market risks relating to
commodity prices. Derivatives used for energy trading activities that are not designated as hedges, are recorded using the mark-tomarket method of accounting whereby instruments are recorded at fair value as either an asset or liability with changes in fair value
recognized in net income. Gains or losses are included in trade revenues.
Hedges
In a fair value hedging relationship, the carrying value of the hedged item is adjusted for unrealized gains or losses attributed to the
hedged risk and recognized in net income. Changes in the fair value of the hedged item attributed to the hedged risk, to the extent that
the hedging relationship is effective, are offset by changes in the fair value of the hedging derivative, which is also recorded in net
income. When hedge accounting is discontinued, the carrying value of the hedged item is no longer adjusted and the cumulative fair
value adjustments to the carrying value of the hedged item are amortized to net income over the remaining term of the original hedging
relationship, using the effective interest method of amortization.
In a cash flow hedging relationship, the effective portion of the change in the fair value of the hedging derivative is recognized in other
comprehensive income. The ineffective portion is recognized in net income. The amounts recognized in accumulated other
comprehensive income are reclassified to net income in the periods in which net income is affected by the variability in the cash flows of
the hedged item. When hedge accounting is discontinued, the cumulative gain or loss previously recognized in accumulated other
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FOR THE YEARS ENDED MARCH 31, 2010 AND 2009
comprehensive income remains there until the forecasted transaction occurs. When the hedged item is a non-financial asset or liability,
the amount recognized in accumulated other comprehensive income is transferred to the carrying amount of the asset or liability when
it is recognized. In other cases the amount recognized in accumulated other comprehensive income is transferred to net income in the
same period that the hedged item affects net income.
Hedge accounting is discontinued prospectively when the derivative no longer qualifies as an effective hedge, the hedging relationship is
discontinued, or the derivative is terminated or sold, or upon the sale or early termination of the hedged item.
Fair Value
The fair value of financial instruments reflect changes in the level of commodity market prices, interest and foreign exchange rates.
Fair value amounts reflect management’s best estimates considering various factors including closing exchange or over-the-counter
quotations, estimates of future prices and foreign exchange rates, time value, counterparty and own credit risk, and volatility. The
assumptions used in establishing fair value amounts could differ from actual prices and the impact of such variations could be material.
In certain circumstances, BC Hydro’s subsidiary Powerex uses valuation inputs that are not based on observable market data and
internally developed valuation models which are based on models and techniques generally recognized as standard within the energy
industry.
Deferred Contributions
Contributions in aid of construction are amounts paid by certain customers toward the cost of property, plant and equipment required
for the extension of services. These amounts are amortized over the expected useful life of the related assets.
Contributions arising from the Columbia River Treaty relate to three dams built by BC Hydro in the mid-1960s to regulate the flow of the
Columbia River. The contributions were made to assist in financing the construction of the dams. These proceeds were deferred and are
amortized to income over the period ending in fiscal 2025, the minimum term of the treaty.
Asset Retirement Obligations
Asset retirement obligations are legal obligations associated with the retirement of long-lived assets. A liability is recorded in the period
in which the obligation is incurred at the present value of the estimated future costs when a reasonable estimate of the fair value can be
made. When a liability is initially recorded, BC Hydro capitalizes the costs by increasing the carrying value of the associated long-lived
asset. The liability is adjusted for the passage of time through accretion (interest) expense and the capitalized cost is amortized over the
useful life of the associated asset. Actual costs incurred upon settlement of an asset retirement obligation are charged against the
related liability to the extent of the accrued balance. Any difference between the actual costs incurred upon settlement of the asset
retirement obligation and the recorded liability is recognized as a gain or loss in earnings at that time.
Defined Benefit Plans
The cost of pensions and other post-retirement benefits earned by employees is actuarially determined using the projected benefit
method prorated on service and management’s best estimate of expected plan investment performance, salary escalation, retirement
ages of employees and expected future health care costs. For the purpose of calculating the return on plan assets the assets are valued
at fair value. The obligations are discounted using a market interest rate at the end of the year on high-quality corporate debt
instruments that match the timing and amount of expected benefit payments.
Transitional obligations and assets and past service costs from plan amendments are amortized on a straight-line basis over the
average remaining service period of active members at the date of amendment.
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The excess of the net cumulative unamortized actuarial gain or loss over 10 per cent of the greater of the benefit obligation and the fair
value of plan assets at the beginning of the year is amortized over the average remaining service period of active employees. The
average remaining service period of the active employees covered by the employee benefit plans is 11 years (2009—11 years). When the
restructuring of a benefit plan gives rise to both a curtailment and a settlement of obligations, the curtailment is accounted for prior to
the settlement.
Environmental Expenditures and Liabilities
BC Hydro conducts its operations in a manner that enables it to meet existing statutory requirements of environmental legislation or
standards. The objective is to minimize the impact on the quality of the natural and social environment, providing enhancements
wherever practical.
Environmental expenditures are expensed as part of operating activities, unless they constitute an asset improvement or act to mitigate
or prevent possible future contamination, in which case the expenditures are capitalized and amortized to income. Environmental
liabilities are accrued at the present value of the estimated future costs when environmental expenditures related to activities of
BC Hydro are considered likely and the costs can be reasonably estimated. Estimated liabilities are reviewed periodically and these
reviews can result in adjustments to previously recorded items.
Taxes
BC Hydro pays local government taxes and grants in lieu to municipalities and regional districts. As a Crown corporation, BC Hydro is
exempt from Canadian federal and provincial income taxes.
Comparative Figures
Certain amounts in the prior year’s statements related to operating expenses, amortization, property, plant and equipment, intangible
assets, regulatory assets, deferred contributions and other long-term liabilities have been reclassified to conform to the current year’s
presentation.
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NOTE 2: ADOPTION OF NEW ACCOUNTING STANDARDS
Effective April 1, 2009, BC Hydro adopted the following changes to standards issued by the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants
(CICA).
(a) Goodwill and Intangible Assets
BC Hydro adopted new CICA Handbook Section 3064, Goodwill and Intangible Assets. This section replaced CICA Handbook Section 3062,
Goodwill and Intangible Assets, and establishes revised standards for the recognition, measurement, presentation and disclosure of
goodwill and intangible assets.
As a result of adopting this new standard, the Company has retroactively revised the comparative statements for amounts that no longer
qualify for capitalization. The effect of the change reduced opening retained earnings by $10 million, which is the amount of the
adjustment related to periods prior to April 1, 2009. To reflect the write-off of amounts previously capitalized in the prior period but
which no longer meet the criteria for capitalization, intangible assets decreased by $8 million and other long-term liabilities increased
by $2 million, with the corresponding amount being charged to income in the prior periods. An adjustment of $1 million was also made
to other long-term liabilities, with the corresponding amount being reflected in property, plant and equipment.
The Company also reclassified $118 million of clearing costs from intangible assets to lines within property, plant and equipment.
(b) Accounting for Rate-Regulated Operations
Effective April 1, 2009, the Canadian Accounting Standards Board (AcSB) removed the temporary exemption in Section 1100, Generally
Accepted Accounting Principles, pertaining to the application of that Section to the recognition and measurement of assets and liabilities
arising from rate regulation. The removal of the exemption requires the Company to now apply Section 1100 to the recognition of assets
and liabilities arising from rate regulation. In applying Section 1100, the Company may consult other sources, including
pronouncements issued by bodies authorized to issue accounting standards in other jurisdictions. Consequently, the Company has
consulted and applied Accounting Standard Codification (ACS) 980, “Regulated Operations”, (previously Statement of Financial Accounting
Standards No. 71, Accounting for the Effects of Certain Types of Regulation), as issued by the U.S. Financial Accounting Standards Board to
its rate regulated operations and has determined that all regulatory assets and liabilities continue to qualify for recognition under
Canadian GAAP. As a result, the removal of the temporary exemption under Section 1100 did not impact the Company’s consolidated
financial statements.
(c) Financial Instruments
For the year ended March 31, 2010, BC Hydro adopted the amendments to CICA Handbook Section 3862—Financial Instruments—
Disclosures. The amendments require the classification and disclosure of fair value measurements using a three-level hierarchy that
reflects the significance of the inputs used in making the fair value measurements. The amendments affected disclosure only and did
not impact BC Hydro’s accounting for financial instruments. These disclosures have been included in Note 13.
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NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEARS ENDED MARCH 31, 2010 AND 2009
NOTE 3: FUTURE ACCOUNTING CHANGES
International Financial Reporting Standards
In February 2008, the AcSB confirmed that the use of IFRS will be required in 2011 for publicly accountable enterprises. IFRS will
replace Canada’s current GAAP for those enterprises. In October 2009, the Canadian Public Sector Accounting Board (PSAB) confirmed
the existing guidance whereby Government Business Enterprises (GBEs), which BC Hydro is classified as, adhere to standards for
publicly accountable enterprises in the private sector. The official changeover date is for interim and annual financial statements
relating to fiscal years beginning on or after January 1, 2011 and thus will be applicable for BC Hydro’s fiscal 2012 year. The Company is
currently evaluating the impact of the transition to IFRS on its consolidated financial statements.
NOTE 4: INVENTORIES
(in millions)
Materials and supplies
$
Natural gas trading inventories
Total
$
2010
76
$
38
114
$
2009
75
103
178
NOTE 5: REGULATION
Rate Regulation
On March 13, 2009, the BCUC issued its decision on BC Hydro’s F2009/F2010 Revenue Requirements Application (RRA). Results for the
period ended March 31, 2010 reflect this decision and all other decisions and directives issued by the BCUC during the year which affect
fiscal 2010 results.
Regulatory Accounts
The following regulatory assets and liabilities have been established through rate regulation. For the year ended March 31, 2010, the
impact of regulatory accounting has resulted in an increase to net income of $696 million (2009 – $438 million increase).
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(Revised)
(in millions)
2009
Transfers
Regulatory Assets
Heritage Deferral Account
$
329 $ — Non-Heritage Deferral Account
74 — BCTC Deferral Account
9
—
Trade Income Deferral Account—Asset
—
— Demand-Side Management Programs
364 —
First Nation Negotiations,
Litigation and Settlement Costs
389 —
Non-Current Pension Cost
—
—
Site C
35
—
Environmental Compliance
—
—
Other Regulatory Accounts
160 (1)
Total Regulatory Assets
$ 1,360 $ (1)
Regulatory Liabilities
Future Removal and Site Restoration Costs 172 — Trade Income Deferral Account—Liability
80 — Foreign Exchange Gains and Losses
57 —
Finance Charges
—
—
Other Regulatory Accounts
33 — Total Regulatory Liabilities
$
342 $ —
Net Regulatory Asset
$ 1,018 $ (1)
Addition
(Reduction) Amortization
(in millions)
2008
Transfers
Regulatory Assets
Heritage Deferral Account
$
78 $ — Non-Heritage Deferral Account
52 43 BCTC Deferral Account
21 —
Demand-Side Management Programs
309 2
First Nation Negotiations,
Litigation and Settlement Costs
360 13
Other Regulatory Accounts
113 (50)
Total Regulatory Assets
$
933 $
8
Regulatory Liabilities
Future Removal and Site Restoration Costs 192 — Trade Income Deferral Account
103 — Foreign Exchange Gains and Losses
66 —
Other Regulatory Accounts
—
— Total Regulatory Liabilities
$
361 $ —
Net Regulatory Asset
$
572 $
8
Addition
(Reduction) Amortization
$
25
52
10
115 130 $
$
$
$
$
Net
Change
2010
(29)
(7)
(1)
7
(52)
$
(4)
45
9
122
78
$
16
86
25
321
95
875 $
(6)
—
—
—
6
(82)
$
10
86
25
321
101
793
399
86
60
321
260
$ 2,152
—
(80) 34
104
42 100 775
$
$
(13)
—
10
—
—
(3)
(79)
$
$
(13)
(80)
44
104
42 97
696
159
—
101
104
75
$
439
$ 1,713
Net
Change
325
119
18
122
442
2009
274 (6)
(6)
95 $
(23)
(15)
(6)
(42)
$
251
(21)
(12)
53
$
32
115
$ 504 $
(6) 7 (85) $
26
22
1
419
399
185
$ 1,360
(20) (30) 24 — (26) (59) $
$
(20)
(23)
(9)
33 (19)
438
172
80
57
33
342
$ 1,018
—
7 (33)
33 $ 7 $ 497
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$
329
74
9
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NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEARS ENDED MARCH 31, 2010 AND 2009
Heritage Deferral Account (HDA)
Under a Special Directive issued by the Province, BCUC was directed to authorize BC Hydro to establish the HDA. This account is
intended to mitigate the impact of certain variances between the forecasted costs in a revenue requirements application and actual
costs of service associated with the Heritage Resources by adjustment of net income. In the absence of rate regulation, GAAP would
require the inclusion of these cost variances in operating results in the year in which they are incurred, which would have resulted in a
$4 million increase in net income (2009—$251 million decrease).
Non-Heritage Deferral Account (NHDA)
Under a Special Directive issued by the Province, BCUC approved the establishment of the NHDA, which is intended to mitigate the
impact of certain cost variances between the forecasted costs in a revenue requirements application and actual costs related to energy
acquisition and maintenance of BC Hydro’s distribution assets by adjustment of net income. In the absence of rate regulation, GAAP
would require the inclusion of the cost variances deferred in the NHDA in operating results in the year in which they are incurred, which
would have resulted in a $45 million decrease in net income (2009—$21 million increase).
BCTC Deferral Account
Under a Special Directive issued by the Province, variances that arise between the costs of transmission services included in BC Hydro’s
rates and BCTC’s rates are deferred. In the absence of rate regulation, GAAP would require the inclusion of these cost variances in
operating results in the year in which they are incurred, which would have resulted in a $9 million decrease in net income (2009—
$12 million increase).
Trade Income Deferral Account
Established under a Special Directive issued by the Province, this account is intended to mitigate the uncertainty associated with
forecasting the net income of BC Hydro’s trade activities. The impact is to defer the difference between the Trade Income forecast in the
revenue requirements application and actual Trade Income. For the purposes of this calculation, Trade Income is defined as the net
income of Powerex based on GAAP. The difference between the Trade Income forecast and actual Trade Income is deferred except for
amounts arising from a net loss in Trade Income or the portion of Trade Income in excess of $200 million.
In the absence of rate regulation, GAAP would require the inclusion of actual Trade Income to be reflected in operating results,
regardless of the variance between forecast and actual amounts, which would have resulted in a $202 million decrease in net income
(2009—$23 million decrease).
Demand-Side Management Programs
Established under a regulatory order from the BCUC, demand-side management programs are designed to reduce the energy
requirements on BC Hydro’s system. Costs of the programs include materials, direct labour and applicable portions of administration
charges, equipment costs and incentives. Amounts are deferred and amortized on a straight-line basis over the anticipated period of
benefit of the program, generally not in excess of 10 years.
During the year ended March 31, 2010, BC Hydro has reclassified $2 million from property, plant and equipment to the Demand-Side
Management Program’s regulatory account and has reclassified the comparative amounts at March 31, 2009 to conform with the
presentation in the current year.
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FOR THE YEARS ENDED MARCH 31, 2010 AND 2009
In the absence of rate regulation, GAAP would require period costs to be included in operating results in the year in which they are
incurred. Costs relating to identifiable tangible assets that meet the capitalization criteria are recorded as property, plant and
equipment. In fiscal 2010, $130 million of period costs were incurred and amortization of previously capitalized amounts totaled
$52 million (2009— $95 million and $42 million, respectively). Consequently, net income would have been $78 million lower than would
have been recorded in the absence of rate regulation (2009—$53 million decrease).
First Nation Negotiations, Litigation and Settlement Costs
Established under a regulatory order, provisions for and costs incurred with respect to First Nation negotiations, litigation and
settlements are deferred and costs incurred are amortized on a straight-line basis over a period of 10 years.
During the three months ended September 30, 2009, BC Hydro determined that as at April 1, 2009, $10 million that had previously been
included in the First Nations Negotiations, Litigation and Settlement Costs regulatory account should have been accounted for in the
Capital Project Investigation regulatory account, which is included in Other Regulatory Accounts. The amount was reclassified as of
September 30, 2009 and the reclassification has no impact on any other schedules or statements in interim reports or in the 2009
Annual Financial Report.
In the absence of rate regulation, GAAP would require period costs to be included in operating results in the year in which they are
incurred. Costs relating to identifiable tangible assets that meet the capitalization criteria are recorded as property, plant and
equipment. In fiscal 2010, $16 million (2009—$32 million) of period costs were recorded as regulatory assets, and the amortization of
previously capitalized amounts totaled $6 million (2009—$6 million). Consequently, net income would have been $10 million lower than
would have been recorded in the absence of rate regulation (2009—$26 million decrease).
Non-Current Pension Cost
In its March 13, 2009 decision on the F2009/2010 RRA, the BCUC approved the establishment of the Non-Current Pension Cost
regulatory account, in which variances that arise between forecast and actual non-current pension cost are deferred. In the absence of
rate regulation, GAAP would require the inclusion of these cost variances in operating results in the year in which they are incurred,
which would have resulted in a $86 million decrease in net income (2009—$ nil).
Site C
Established under a regulatory order, the BCUC approved the creation of a regulatory account in respect of Site C expenditures incurred
in fiscal 2007 and fiscal 2008. In the F2009/2010 RRA Decision, the BCUC approved the extension of the Site C regulatory account to the
end of fiscal 2010. In the absence of rate regulation, GAAP would require the inclusion of these cost variances in operating results in the
year in which they are incurred, which would have resulted in a $25 million decrease in net income (2009—$26 million decrease).
Environmental Compliance
On March 31, 2010, BC Hydro filed a separate application for approval to establish a regulatory asset regarding a liability provision for
environmental compliance and remediation arising from the costs that will likely be incurred to comply with the Federal Polychlorinated
Biphenyl (PCB) Regulations enacted under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act and the remediation of environmental
contamination at one of the Company’s properties. In the absence of rate regulation, GAAP would require the inclusion of the provision
to be included in operating results in the year in which it is recognized, which would have resulted in a $321 million decrease in net
income. BC Hydro is awaiting approval from the BCUC for this regulatory account.
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FOR THE YEARS ENDED MARCH 31, 2010 AND 2009
Future Removal and Site Restoration Costs
As part of its October 2004 decision, the BCUC ordered the establishment of a regulatory provision for future removal and site
restoration costs. This account was established in 2006 by a one-time transfer of $251 million from retained earnings. The costs of
dismantling and disposal of property, plant and equipment will be applied to this regulatory liability if they do not otherwise relate to an
asset retirement obligation.
This liability has been recognized solely as a result of rate regulation as costs for future removal and site restoration have been
established in excess of amounts required as asset retirement obligations. In the absence of rate regulation, it is likely that a liability
would not be recognized. The amortization of previously capitalized amounts totaled $13 million in the current year (2009—$20 million).
Consequently, net income would be $13 million lower than would have been recorded in the absence of rate regulation.
Foreign Exchange Gains and Losses
Established under a regulatory order, foreign exchange gains and losses from the translation of specified foreign currency financial
instruments are deferred. In the absence of rate regulation, GAAP would require the inclusion of these cost variances in operating
results in the year in which they are incurred, which would have resulted in a $44 million increase in net income (2009—$23 million
decrease).
Finance Charges
In its March 13, 2009 decision on the F2009/2010 RRA, the BCUC approved the establishment of the finance charges regulatory account,
in which variances that arise between forecast and actual finance charges are deferred. In the absence of rate regulation, GAAP would
require the inclusion of these cost variances in operating results in the year in which they are incurred, which would have resulted in a
$104 million increase in net income (2009—$ nil).
Other Regulatory Accounts
Other regulatory asset accounts with individual balances less than $65 million include the following: Depreciation Study Adjustments,
Contributions in Aid of Construction Amortization Variance, Capital Project Investigation Costs, Smart Metering and Infrastructure
Project Costs (SMI), Storm Damage, GM Shrum Unit 3 Outage, Home Purchase Option Plan and Return on Equity (ROE) Adjustment.
In 2010, $101 million of costs deferred to these accounts would have decreased net income in the absence of rate regulation (2009—
$122 million decrease).
Other regulatory liability accounts with individual balances less than $65 million include the following: Net Employment Costs,
Amortization of Capital Additions and Taxes.
In 2010, $42 million of costs deferred to these accounts would have increased net income in the absence of rate regulation (2009—
$33 million increase).
All of these regulatory accounts have been approved by the BCUC through regulatory order, including SMI program costs for which
BC Hydro received approval of deferral of up to $8.8 million in fiscal 2010 SMI costs on April 9, 2010.
For certain of the regulatory items identified above, the expected recovery or settlement period, or likelihood of recovery or settlement,
is affected by risks and uncertainties relating to the ultimate authority of BCUC and operating results experienced during the year.
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FOR THE YEARS ENDED MARCH 31, 2010 AND 2009
NOTE 6: CAPITAL MANAGEMENT
Orders in Council from the Province establish the basis for determining BC Hydro’s equity for regulatory purposes, as well as its allowed
return on equity and the annual Payment to the Province. Capital requirements are consequently managed through the retention of equity
subsequent to the Payment to the Province and the imposed requirement of maintaining a debt to equity ratio not exceeding 80:20.
BC Hydro monitors its capital structure on the basis of its debt to equity ratio. For this purpose, BC Hydro defines debt as revolving
borrowings and interest-bearing borrowings less investments held in sinking funds and cash and cash equivalents. Effective
April 1, 2008, equity for regulatory purposes comprises retained earnings and accumulated other comprehensive income (loss).
BC Hydro manages its capital so as not to exceed the 80:20 debt to equity ratio as defined by the Province. During the year ended
March 31, 2010, there were no changes in the approach to capital management.
The debt to equity ratio, based on equity as defined for regulatory purposes, at March 31, 2010 and March 31, 2009 was as follows:
(in millions)
2010
2009
Total long-term debt, net of sinking funds
$ 10,705 $ 9,325
Less: cash and cash equivalents
(9)
(190)
Net Debt
$ 10,696 $ 9,135
Retained earnings 2,621 2,221
Accumulated other comprehensive income (loss)
53 (42)
Total Equity
$ 2,674 $ 2,179
Net Debt to Equity Ratio for Regulatory Purposes
80 : 20 81 : 19
Payment to the Province
Under a Special Directive from the Province, BC Hydro is required to make an annual Payment to the Province (the Payment) on or
before June 30 of each year. The Payment is equal to 85 per cent of BC Hydro’s distributable surplus for the most recently completed
fiscal year assuming that the debt to equity ratio, as defined by the Province, after deducting the Payment, is not greater than 80:20. If
the Payment would result in a debt to equity ratio exceeding 80:20, then the Payment will be based on the greatest amount that can be
paid without causing the debt to equity ratio to exceed 80:20. The Payment accrued as at March 31, 2010 is $47 million (2009—$ nil) and
is capped due to the debt to equity ratio.
NOTE 7: AMORTIZATION
(in millions)
Amortization of property, plant and equipment in service
$
Amortization of intangible assets
Amortization of deferred contributions
Other
Total
$
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418
$
42 (37)
22 445 $
2009
359
41
(33)
28
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NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEARS ENDED MARCH 31, 2010 AND 2009
NOTE 8: FINANCE CHARGES
(in millions)
Interest on long-term debt
$
Foreign exchange (gains) losses
Other
Less: Assigned to unfinished construction
Total
$
2010
502 $
(34)
10
478 (59)
419 $
2009
504
33
(15)
522
(50)
472
NOTE 9: PROPERTY, PLANT AND EQUIPMENT
(in millions)
2009 (Revised Note 2)
2010
Property, Plant
Property, Plant
and Equipment Accumulated
and Equipment Accumulated
in Service
Unfinished
Net Amortization Construction Book Value
in Service
Amortization
Unfinished
Net
Construction Book Value
Generation
Hydraulic
$ 6,953 $ 2,089 $
520 $ 5,384 $ 5,958 $ 2,067 $
354 $ 4,245
Thermal
450 288 33 195 427 272 11 166
Diesel
56 28 2
30 49 27 5
27
7,459 2,405 555 5,609 6,434 2,366 370 4,438
Lines
8,289 3,116 414 5,587 7,870 2,986 321 5,205
Substations
3,023 1,340 193 1,876 2,759 1,295 148 1,612
Other
Land and buildings
516 205 82 393 445 197 49 297
Equipment
199 118 19 100 181 115 6
72
Computer hardware
84 52 73 105 72 45 58 85
Service vehicles
170 67 30 133 148 63 12 97
Sundry
21 10 8
19 21 10 13 24
990 452 212 750 867 430 138 575
Total
$ 19,761 $ 7,313 $ 1,374 $13,822 $ 17,930 $ 7,077 $ 977 $ 11,830
On March 5, 2010, BC Hydro purchased a one-third interest in the Waneta dam and generating facility near Trail, B.C. from Teck Metals
Ltd. for proceeds of $825 million plus $16 million in transaction costs (Waneta Acquisition). At March 31, 2010, BC Hydro has included
its one-third interest in the Waneta dam of $841 million in Generation assets.
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FOR THE YEARS ENDED MARCH 31, 2010 AND 2009
NOTE 10: INTANGIBLE ASSETS
(in millions)
2010
2009 (Revised Note 2)
Accumulated
Net Accumulated
Net
Cost
Amortization
Book Value
Cost
Amortization
Book Value
Subject to Amortization
Software
$
316 $
207 $
109 $
347 $
230 $
117
Internally developed software
46 38 8
—
—
—
Sundry
33 15 18 31 12 19
395 260 135 378 242 136
Not Subject to Amortization
Land rights
147 —
147 133
—
133
Total
$
542 $
260 $
282 $
511 $
242 $
269
NOTE 11: SINKING FUNDS
Sinking funds are held by the Trustee (the Minister of Finance for the Province) for the redemption of long-term debt. The sinking fund
balances at the balance sheet date include the following investments:
(in millions)
Carrying
Value
2010
Weighted Average
Carrying
1
Effective Rate Value
2009
Weighted Average
Effective Rate1
0.2 %
Money market funds $
—
— %
$
2
Province and BC Crown
Corporation bonds
61 5.4 %
74 4.3 %
Federal and other provincial
government securities
35 5.5 %
39 5.0 %
Total
$
96 $
115
2
1
Rate calculated on market yield to maturity.
2
Money market funds consist of federal and provincial government paper and high-grade commercial paper with a maturity of one year or less.
Effective December 12, 2005, all sinking fund payment requirements on all new and outstanding debt have been removed.
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FOR THE YEARS ENDED MARCH 31, 2010 AND 2009
NOTE 12: LONG-TERM DEBT AND DEBT MANAGEMENT
BC Hydro’s long-term debt comprises bonds and debentures and revolving borrowings obtained under an agreement with the Province.
BC Hydro’s commercial paper borrowing program with the Province, which includes revolving borrowings, is limited to $3,000 million. At
March 31, 2010, the outstanding amount under this borrowing program was $1,924 million (2009—$1,691 million).
During fiscal 2010, BC Hydro issued bonds with a par value of $2,070 million (2009—$352 million), a weighted average effective interest
rate of 4.6 per cent (2009—4.6 per cent) and a weighted average term to maturity of 23.1 years (2009—19.2 years).
Long-term debt, expressed in Canadian dollars, is summarized in the following table by year of maturity:
(dollar amounts in millions of Canadian dollars)
2010
2009
Weighted Weighted
Average Average
Interest Interest
Canadian
US
Total
Rate1 Canadian
US
Total
Rate1
Maturing in fiscal:
2010
$ — $ — $ — — $ 574 $ 63 $ 637 6.5
2011
150 — 150 6.5 150 —
150 6.5
2012
450 —
450 6.1 450 —
450 6.1
2013
200 —
200 4.8 200 —
200 4.8
2014
500 203 703 6.6 500 252
752 6.4
2015
325 —
325 5.5 — —
—
—
1-5 years
1,625 203 1,828 6.1 1,874 315 2,189 6.2
6-10 years
1,325 203 1,528 4.7 675 252 927 5.1
11-15 years
1,536 —
1,536 9.2 1,701 —
1,701 8.8
16-20 years
500 508 1,008 5.8 10 630 640 6.6
21-25 years
800 — 800 5.5 1,300 —
1,300 5.4
26-30 years
—
305 305 7.4 — 378 378 7.4
Over 30 years
1,620 —
1,620 4.8 350 —
350 5.0
Bonds and debentures 7,406 1,219 8,625 6.1 5,910 1,575 7,485 6.6
Revolving borrowings 1,924 — 1,924 0.4 1,691 —
1,691 1.0
9,330 1,219 10,549 7,601 1,575 9,176 Adjustments to carrying value
resulting from hedge accounting
96 22 118 147 27 174 Unamortized premium,
discount, and issue costs
146 (12)
134 106 (16)
90 $9,572 $1,229 $10,801 $7,854 $1,586 $9,440 Less: Current portion 2,074 2,329 Long-term debt
$ 8,727 $7,111 1
The weighted average interest rate represents the effective rate of interest on fixed-rate bonds and the current interest in effect at March 31 for floating-rate
bonds, all before considering the effect of derivative financial instruments used to manage interest rate risk.
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NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEARS ENDED MARCH 31, 2010 AND 2009
The following interest rate contracts were in place at March 31, 2010 in an asset position of $28 million (2009—$68 million). Floating
rates are based on the effective rates at the balance sheet date and vary over time. Such contracts are used to hedge the impact of
interest rate changes on debt.
(dollar amounts in millions)
Receive fixed, pay floating rate swaps
Notional amount1 2010
2009
$ 1,203
$ 1,565
Weighted average receive rate
3.66%
4.48%
Weighted average pay rate
0.42%
1.03%
Weighted terms 3 years 3 years
Receive floating, pay fixed rate swaps
Notional amount1 $ 290
Weighted average receive rate 0.61%
Weighted average pay rate 4.90%
Weighted terms 3 years
$
290
0.96%
4.90%
4 years
Notional amount for a derivative instrument is defined as the contractual amount on which payments are calculated.
1
The following foreign currency contracts were in place at March 31, 2010 in a liability position of $149 million (2009—asset of
$14 million). Such contracts are primarily used to hedge foreign dollar principal and interest payments.
(dollar amounts in millions)
2010
Cross-Currency Swaps
United States dollar to Canadian dollar – notional amount1US $200
United States dollar to Canadian dollar – weighted average contract rate
1.45
Weighted remaining term
3 years
2009
US $200
1.45
4 years
Notional amount for a derivative instrument is defined as the contractual amount on which payments are calculated.
1
(dollar amounts in millions)
2010
Foreign Currency Forwards
United States dollar – notional amount1US $864
United States dollar – weighted average contract rate
1.19
Weighted remaining term
16 years
Notional amount for a derivative instrument is defined as the contractual amount on which payments are calculated.
1
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2009
US $898
1.19
16 years
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NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEARS ENDED MARCH 31, 2010 AND 2009
NOTE 13: FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS
Financial Risks
BC Hydro is exposed to a number of financial risks in the normal course of its business operations, including market risks resulting
from fluctuations in commodity prices, interest rates and foreign currency exchange rates, as well as credit risks and liquidity risks. The
nature of the financial risks and BC Hydro’s strategy for managing these risks has not changed significantly from the prior period.
The following discussion is limited to the nature and extent of risks arising from financial instruments, as defined under Section 3862 of
the CICA Handbook. However, for a complete understanding of the nature and extent of risks BC Hydro is exposed to, this note should be
read in conjunction with BC Hydro’s discussion of Risk Management found in the Management Discussion and Analysis section of the
2010 Annual Report.
(a) Credit Risk
Credit risk refers to the risk that one party to a financial instrument will cause a financial loss for the other party by failing to discharge
an obligation. BC Hydro is exposed to credit risk related to cash and cash equivalents, sinking fund investments, and derivative
instruments. It is also exposed to credit risk related to accounts receivable arising from its day to day electricity and natural gas sales in
and outside British Columbia. Maximum credit risk with respect to financial assets is limited to the carrying amount presented on the
balance sheet with the exception of U.S. dollar sinking funds classified as held-to-maturity and carried on the balance sheet at
amortized cost of $96 million. The maximum credit risk exposure for these U.S. dollar sinking funds as at March 31, 2010 is its fair value
of $95 million. BC Hydro manages this risk through Board-approved credit risk management policies which contain limits and
procedures to the selection of counterparties. Exposures to credit risks are monitored on a regular basis.
(b) Liquidity Risk
Liquidity risk refers to the risk that BC Hydro will encounter difficulty in meeting obligations associated with financial liabilities.
BC Hydro manages liquidity risk by forecasting cash flows to identify financing requirements and by maintaining committed credit
facilities. BC Hydro’s long-term debt comprises bonds and debentures and revolving borrowings obtained under an agreement with the
Province. Cash from operations reduces BC Hydro’s liquidity risk. BC Hydro does not believe that it will encounter difficulty in meeting
its obligations associated with financial liabilities.
(c) Market Risks
Market risk refers to the risk that the fair value or future cash flows of a financial instrument will fluctuate because of changes in
market prices. Market risk comprises three types of risk: currency risk, interest rate risk, and price risk, such as changes in commodity
prices and equity values. BC Hydro monitors its exposure to market fluctuations and may use derivative contracts to manage these
risks, as it considers appropriate. Other than in its energy trading subsidiary Powerex, BC Hydro does not use derivative contracts for
trading or speculative purposes.
i.
Currency Risk
Currency risk refers to the risk that the fair value or future cash flows of a financial instrument will fluctuate because of changes in
foreign exchange rates. BC Hydro’s currency risk is primarily with the U.S. dollar.
The majority of BC Hydro’s currency risk arises from long-term debt in the form of U.S. dollar denominated bonds. Energy
commodity prices are also subject to currency risk as they are primarily denominated in U.S. dollars. As a result, BC Hydro’s trade
revenues and purchases of energy commodities, such as electricity and natural gas, and associated accounts receivable and
accounts payable, are affected by the Canadian/U.S. dollar exchange rate. In addition, all commodity derivatives and contracts priced
in U.S. dollars are also affected by the Canadian/U.S. dollar exchange rate.
BC Hydro actively manages its currency risk through a number of Board-approved policy documents. BC Hydro uses cross currency
swaps and forward foreign exchange purchase contracts to achieve and maintain the Board-approved U.S. dollar exposure targets.
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FOR THE YEARS ENDED MARCH 31, 2010 AND 2009
ii.
Interest Rate Risk
Interest rate risk refers to the risk that the fair value or future cash flows of a financial instrument will fluctuate because of changes
in market interest rates. BC Hydro is exposed to changes in interest rates primarily through its variable rate debt and the active
management of its debt portfolio including its related sinking fund assets and temporary investments. BC Hydro Board-approved
debt management strategies include maintaining a percentage of variable interest rate debt within a certain range. BC Hydro enters
into interest rate swaps to achieve and maintain the target range of variable interest rate debt.
iii.
Commodity Price Risk
BC Hydro is exposed to commodity price risk as fluctuations in electricity prices and natural gas prices could have a materially
adverse effect on its financial condition. Prices for electricity and natural gas fluctuate in response to changes in supply and
demand, market uncertainty, and a variety of other factors beyond BC Hydro’s control.
BC Hydro enters into derivative contracts to manage commodity price risk. Risk management strategies, policies and limits are
designed to ensure BC Hydro’s risks and related exposures are aligned with the Company’s business objectives and risk tolerance.
Risks are managed within defined limits that are regularly reviewed by the Board of Directors.
Fair Value of Financial Instruments
The fair value of a financial instrument is the amount of consideration that would be exchanged in an arm’s-length transaction between
knowledgeable and willing parties who are under no compulsion to act. Fair values can be determined by reference to last quoted prices
in the most advantageous active market for that instrument. In the absence of an active market, fair values are determined based on
valuation models or by reference to instruments with similar characteristics and risk profiles.
Fair values of financial instruments determined using valuation models require the use of assumptions. In determining these
assumptions, external, readily observable market inputs are used when available. In limited circumstances, input parameters that are
not based on observable market data are used.
The inputs used in determining fair value are characterized by using a hierarchy that prioritizes inputs based on the degree to which
they are observable. The three levels of the fair value hierarchy are as follows:
Level 1 are quoted prices (unadjusted) in active markets for identical assets and liabilities.
Level 2 inputs are those other than quoted prices included within Level 1 that are observable for the asset or liability, either directly or
indirectly, as of the reporting date.
Level 3 inputs are those that are not based on observable market data.
The following table presents the financial instruments measured at fair value for each hierarchy level as at March 31, 2010:
Level 1
Cash and cash equivalents
$
9 Revolving borrowings
— Derivatives designated as hedges
— Derivatives not designated as hedges
6 $ 15 There were no transfers between Levels 1 and 2 during the year.
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Level 2
$
—
(1,924)
(121)
10 $(2,035)
Level 3 Total
$
— $
9
— (1,924)
— (121)
8 24
$
8 $(2,012)
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FOR THE YEARS ENDED MARCH 31, 2010 AND 2009
The following table reconciles the changes in the balance of financial instruments carried at fair value on the balance sheet, classified
as Level 3, for the year ended March 31, 2010:
Derivatives not
designated as hedges
Balance at March 31, 2009
$
46
Net loss recognized
(13)
New transactions
8
Existing transactions settled
(33)
Balance at March 31, 2010
$
8
A net loss of $20 million recognized in net income during the year ended March 31, 2010 relates to Level 3 financial instruments held at
March 31, 2010. The net loss is recognized in trade revenue and expense.
The Company believes that the use of reasonable alternative valuation input assumptions in the calculation of Level 3 fair values would
not result in significantly different fair values.
The following table provides a comparison of carrying values and fair values for non-derivative financial instruments as at March 31, 2010:
Interest Income Interest Income
(Expense)(Expense)
2010 2009 recognized in recognized in
Finance
Finance
Carrying
FairCarrying
FairCharges Charges
(in millions) Value Value Value Value 2010
2009
Held for Trading:
Cash and cash equivalents
$
9
$
9
$
190 $
190
$
—
$
3
Revolving borrowings – CDN
(1,924) (1,924)
(1,691)
(1,691)
(8)
(26)
Loans and Receivables:
Accounts receivable and
accrued revenue
650
650
713 713 —
—
Available for Sale:
Sinking funds – US
—
—
2 2 — —
Held to Maturity:
Sinking funds – US
96 95
113
124 5
5
Other Financial Liabilities:
Accounts payable and
accrued liabilities (1,101)
(1,101)
(1,272)
(1,272)
—
—
Long-term debt (including current
portion due in one year) (8,877) (9,776)
(7,749)
(8,981)
(494)
(478)
Other
(62)
(62)
—
—
—
—
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FOR THE YEARS ENDED MARCH 31, 2010 AND 2009
For non-derivative financial assets and liabilities classified as held-for-trading, a $3 million gain (2009—$2 million loss) has been
recognized in net income for the period relating to changes in fair value. For loans and receivables, the carrying value approximates fair
value and amortized cost due to the short term nature of these financial instruments. For available-for-sale financial assets, no amount
has been recorded in other comprehensive income and no amount was removed from other comprehensive income and reported in net
income for the period.
The fair value of derivative instruments designated or not designated as hedges, was as follows:
2010
2009
Carrying
Fair
Carrying
Fair
(in millions)
Value
Value
Value
Value
Designated Hedges Used to Manage Risk
Associated with Long-term Debt:
Foreign currency contracts (cash flow hedges for
$US denominated long-term debt)
$ (154)
$ (154)
$
(1)
$
(1)
Interest rate swaps (fair value hedges for debt)
33 33 83 83
(121)
(121)
82 82
Non-Designated Hedges:
Foreign currency contracts
— — 3
3
Commodity derivatives
24 24 13
13
Embedded derivatives
—
—
(3)
(3)
Total
$
24 (97)
$
24 (97)
$
13
95
$
13
95
Information related to the foreign currency and interest rate swaps contracts is presented in Note 12. Additional information related to
the fair value of the commodity derivatives is as follows:
As at March 31, 2010
Current assets
Long-term assets
Current liabilities
Long-term liabilities
Total
Notional Quantity of
Natural Gas
(in TJ)
(96,555)
(13,363)
79,312 12,786 Notional Quantity of Electricity
Carrying
Fair
(in GWh)
Value
Value
(15,167)
$
408 $
408 (3,086)
62 62 13,458 (385)
(385)
2,600 (61)
(61)
$
24
$
24
Maximum
Term
(in months)
12
102
12
33
As at March 31, 2009
Current assets
Long-term assets
Current liabilities
Long-term liabilities
Total
Notional Quantity of
Natural Gas
(in TJ)
(79,894)
(16,055)
65,927
14,523
Notional Quantity of Electricity
Carrying
Fair
(in GWh)
Value
Value
(14,436)
$
792 $
792 (6,226)
215 215 15,455 (785)
(785)
5,576 (209)
(209)
$
13
$
13
Maximum
Term
(in months)
12
45
12
33
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FOR THE YEARS ENDED MARCH 31, 2010 AND 2009
Notional quantities in the above tables are presented on a net basis and do not necessarily represent the amounts to be exchanged by
the parties to the instruments. Furthermore, the magnitude of the notional amounts does not necessarily correlate to the carrying value
or fair value of the commodity derivatives.
The derivatives are represented on the balance sheet as follows:
Current portion of derivative financial instrument assets
$
Current portion of derivative financial instrument liabilities
Derivative financial instrument assets, long-term
Derivative financial instrument liabilities, long-term
Total
$
2010
434 $
(393)
2009
836
(877)
86
(224)
(97) $
331
(195)
95
For the year ended March 31, 2010, an amount of less than $1 million (2009—$3 million) was recognized in finance charges related to
the ineffective portion of designated cash flow hedges and fair value hedges. For designated cash flow hedges for the year ended
March 31, 2010, a loss of $150 million (2009—gain of $151 million) was recognized in other comprehensive income. For the year ended
March 31, 2010, $245 million (2009—$249 million) was removed from other comprehensive income and reported in net income,
offsetting foreign exchange gains (2009—losses) recorded in the year.
For derivatives not designated as hedging instruments, a gain of $1 million (2009—$2 million) was recognized in domestic revenue for
the year ended March 31, 2010 with respect to economic hedges and embedded derivatives. For the year ended March 31, 2010,
$1 million (2009—$1 million) was recognized in finance charges with respect to foreign currency contracts for cash management
purposes. A net gain of $113 million (2009—$62 million) was recorded in trade revenue for the year ended March 31, 2010 with respect
to commodity derivatives.
Credit Risk
Domestic Electricity Receivables
A customer application and a credit check are required prior to initiation of services. For customers with no BC Hydro credit history, call
centre agents ensure accounts are secured either by a credit bureau check, a cash security deposit, or a credit reference letter.
The value of domestic and trade accounts receivable, by age and the related provision for doubtful accounts are presented in the
following tables.
Domestic and Trade Accounts Receivable Net of Allowance for Doubtful Accounts
(in millions)
2010
2009
Current
$ 428
$ 465
Past due (30-59 days)
18
20
Past due (60-89 days)
5
5
Past due (more than 90 days)
3 4
454 494
Allowance for doubtful accounts
(9)
(9)
Total
$ 445 $ 485
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FOR THE YEARS ENDED MARCH 31, 2010 AND 2009
At the end of each reporting period a review of the provision for doubtful accounts is performed. It is an assessment of the potential
amount of domestic and trade accounts receivable which will not be paid by customers after the balance sheet date. The assessment is
made by reference to age, status and risk of each receivable, current economic conditions, and historical information. There was no
change in the allowance for doubtful accounts during the year.
Financial Assets Arising From BC Hydro’s Trading Activities
A substantial majority of BC Hydro’s counterparties associated with its trading activities are in the energy sector. This industry
concentration has the potential to impact the Company’s overall exposure to credit risk in that the counterparties may be similarly affected
by changes in economic, regulatory, political, and other factors. The Company manages credit risk by authorizing trading transactions
within the guidelines of the Company’s risk management policies, by monitoring the credit risk exposure and credit standing of
counterparties on a regular basis, and by obtaining credit assurances from counterparties to which they are entitled under contract.
The Company regularly uses standard master netting agreements that allow for netting of exposures and often include margining
provisions. In addition, the Company has credit loss insurance that covers most credit exposure associated with transactions that are
delivered in the United States.
With respect to these financial assets, BC Hydro assigns credit limits for counterparties based on evaluations of their financial
condition, net worth, regulatory environment, cost recovery mechanisms, credit ratings, and other credit criteria as deemed
appropriate. Credit limits and credit quality are monitored periodically and a detailed credit analysis is performed at least annually.
Further, BC Hydro has tied a portion of its contracts to master agreements that require security in the form of cash or letters of credit if
current net receivables and replacement cost exposure exceed contractually specified limits. The following table outlines the
distribution, by credit rating, of financial assets that are neither past due nor impaired:
Accounts receivable
Derivative commodity assets
Investment Grade
%
86
97
Unrated
%
13
3
Non-Investment Grade
%
1
0
Total
%
100
100
The outstanding amount of collateral received from customers at March 31, 2010 was $30 million (2009—$48 million).
Liquidity Risk
The following table details remaining contractual maturities at March 31, 2010 of BC Hydro’s non-derivative financial liabilities and
derivative financial liabilities, which are based on contractual undiscounted cash flows. Interest payments have been computed using
contractual rates or, if floating, based on rates current at March 31, 2010. In respect of the cash flows in U.S. dollars, the exchange rate
as at March 31, 2010 has been used.
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Carrying
Fiscal
Fiscal
Fiscal
Fiscal
Fiscal
Fiscal
Value
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
and
(in millions) thereafter
Non-Derivative Financial Liabilities
Total trade and other payables
(excluding interest accruals)
$ 933 $ (933) $
— $
— $
— $
— $
—
Bank overdrafts
33 (33) — — — — —
Long-term debt (including interest payments)
10,936 (2,611) (982) (700) (1,175) (761) (12,219)
Other long-term liabilities
62 (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (160)
(3,581) (986) (704) (1,179) (765) (12,379)
Derivative Financial Liabilities
Interest rate swaps used for hedging
20 (10) (10) (7) (1) — —
Cross currency swaps used for hedging 87 Cash outflow
(3) (7) (10) (296) — —
Cash inflow
1 3 5 207 — —
Forward foreign exchange contracts used for hedging 62
Cash outflow
(17) — — — — (923)
Cash inflow
17 — — — — 785
Other forward foreign exchange contracts
designated at fair value
—
Cash outflow
(76) — — — — —
Cash inflow
76 — — — — —
Financially settled commodity derivative
liabilities designated at fair value
400 (332) (46) (5) (5) — —
Physically settled commodity derivative
liabilities designated at fair value
45 (130) (24) — — — 6
(474) (84) (17) (95) — (132)
Total
(4,055) (1,070) (721) (1,274) (765) (12,511)
Financially settled commodity derivative
assets designated at fair value
(338) 319 34 3 1 — —
Physically settled commodity derivative
assets designated at fair value
(131) 330 98 6 3 3 17
1
Net Total
$(3,406) $ (938) $ (712) $ (1,270) $ (762) $(12,494)
BC Hydro believes that the liquidity risk associated with commodity derivative financial liabilities needs to be considered in conjunction with the profile
1
of payments or receipts arising from commodity derivative financial assets. It should be noted that cash flows associated with future energy sales and
commodity contracts which are not considered financial instruments under Section 3855 are not included in this analysis, which is prepared in accordance
with Section 3862.
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FOR THE YEARS ENDED MARCH 31, 2010 AND 2009
Market Risks
(a) Currency Risk
Sensitivity Analysis
A $0.01 strengthening or weakening of the U.S. dollar against the Canadian dollar at March 31, 2010 would have no impact on net
income and would have no material impact on other comprehensive income. The regulatory account that captures all variances from
forecasted finance charges as described in Note 5 eliminates any impact on net income. This analysis assumes that all other variables,
in particular interest rates, remain constant.
This sensitivity analysis has been determined assuming that the change in foreign exchange rates had occurred at March 31, 2010 and
had been applied to each of BC Hydro’s exposure to currency risk for both derivative and non-derivative financial instruments in
existence at that date, and that all other variables remain constant. The stated change represents management’s assessment of
reasonably possible changes in foreign exchange rates over the period until the next quarter end balance sheet date.
(b) Interest Rate Risk
Fair value sensitivity analysis for fixed rate non-derivative instruments
BC Hydro does not account for any fixed rate financial assets or liabilities as held-for-trading or available-for-sale. Therefore a change
in interest rates at March 31, 2010 would not affect net income or other comprehensive income with respect to these fixed rate
instruments.
Sensitivity analysis for variable rate non-derivative instruments and derivative instruments
An increase or decrease of 100-basis points in interest rates at March 31, 2010 would have no impact on net income and would have no
material impact on other comprehensive income. The Finance Charges regulatory account that captures all variances from forecasted
finance charges as described in Note 5 eliminates any impact on net income. This analysis assumes that all other variables, in
particular foreign exchange rates, remain constant.
This sensitivity analysis has been determined assuming that the change in interest rates had occurred at March 31, 2010 and had been
applied to each of BC Hydro’s exposure to interest rate risk for both derivative and non-derivative financial instruments in existence at
that date, and that all other variables remain constant. The stated change represents management’s assessment of reasonably possible
changes in interest rates over the period until the next quarter end balance sheet date.
(c) Commodity Price Risk
Sensitivity Analysis
Commodity price risk refers to the risk that the fair value or future cash flows of a financial instrument will fluctuate due to changes in
commodity prices.
BC Hydro’s subsidiary Powerex trades and delivers energy and associated products and services throughout North America. As a result,
BC Hydro has exposure to movements in commodity prices for commodities it trades, including electricity, natural gas and associated
derivative products. Prices for electricity and natural gas fluctuate in response to changes in supply and demand, market uncertainty,
and other factors beyond BC Hydro’s control.
BC Hydro manages these exposures through its Board-approved risk management policies, which limit components of and overall
market risk exposures, pre-define approved products and mandate regular reporting of exposures.
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FOR THE YEARS ENDED MARCH 31, 2010 AND 2009
BC Hydro’s risk management policy for trading activities defines various limits and controls, including Value at Risk (“VaR”) limits,
Stop-Loss/Gain limits, and various transaction specific limits which are monitored on a daily basis. VaR estimates the pre-tax forward
trading loss that could result from changes in commodity prices, with a specific level of confidence, over a specific time period. Powerex
uses an industry standard Monte Carlo VaR model to determine the potential change in value of its forward trading portfolio over a
10-day holding period, within a 95 per cent confidence level, resulting from normal market fluctuations.
VaR as an estimate of price risk has several limitations. The VaR model uses historical information to determine potential future
volatility, assuming that price movements in the past will be indicative of future price movements. It cannot forecast unusual events
such as extreme price movements. In addition, it is sometimes difficult to appropriately estimate the VaR associated with illiquid or
non-standard products. As a result, Powerex uses additional measures to supplement the use of VaR to estimate price risk. These
include the use of a Historic VaR methodology, weekly stress tests, notional limits for illiquid or emerging products, and independent
reporting regarding non-standard options.
Powerex’s VaR, calculated under this methodology, was approximately $7 million at March 31, 2010 (2009—$14 million).
NOTE 14: DEFERRED CONTRIBUTIONS
(in millions)
2010
2009
Contributions in aid of construction
$
970 $ 898
Contributions arising from the Columbia River Treaty 109 118
Total
$ 1,079 $ 1,016
NOTE 15: OTHER LONG-TERM LIABILITIES
(in millions)
2010
2009
Environmental liabilities
$
329 $
14
Accrued pension benefit liability (Note 16)
87 84
Accrued other benefit plan liability (Note 16)
211 197
First Nations liabilities
308 326
Deferred revenue
389 382
Asset retirement obligations
58 5
Total
$ 1,382 $ 1,008
Environmental Liabilities and Asset Retirement Obligations
On March 31, 2010, the Company booked a $370 million provision related to the phase-out and destruction of PCB contaminated assets
and the remediation of environmental contamination at one of the Company’s properties at the present value of estimated future cash
flows for costs likely to be incurred between fiscal 2011 and 2045. Of this total, $321 million was recorded as an environmental liability
and $49 million was recorded as an asset retirement obligation. The undiscounted cash flow related to the Company’s environmental
liabilities is approximately $625 million and was determined based on current cost estimates inflated to reflect an annual inflation rate
of 2.1 per cent and then was discounted at rates ranging from 1.1 to 4.8 per cent. As described in Note 5, BC Hydro has applied for
deferral of these costs.
The Company estimates the undiscounted amount of cash flows required to settle asset retirement obligations at $110 million (2009—
$22 million), which will be incurred between fiscal 2011 and 2054. A range of discount rates between 3.0 to 5.9 per cent were used to
calculate the net present value of the obligations.
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FOR THE YEARS ENDED MARCH 31, 2010 AND 2009
Deferred Revenue
Deferred revenue consists principally of amounts received under the Skagit River Agreements. Under these agreements, BC Hydro is
required to deliver a predetermined amount of electricity each year for an 80-year period ending in fiscal 2066. In return BC Hydro
receives approximately US $22 million each year for a 35-year period ending in fiscal 2021 and US $100,000 (adjusted for inflation) each
year for an 80-year period ending in fiscal 2066.
The amounts received under the Skagit River Agreements are deferred and included in income on an annuity basis over the electricity
delivery period ending in fiscal 2066.
NOTE 16: EMPLOYEE FUTURE BENEFIT PLANS
BC Hydro provides a defined benefit statutory pension plan to substantially all employees, as well as supplemental arrangements which
fund the pension benefits earned in excess of the maximum pension benefits provided by the defined benefit statutory pension plan.
Pension benefits are based on years of membership service and highest five-year average pensionable earnings. Annual cost-of-living
increases are provided to pensioners to the extent that funds are available in the indexing fund. Employees make basic and indexing
contributions to the plan funds based on a percentage of current pensionable earnings. BC Hydro contributes amounts as prescribed by
an independent actuary. BC Hydro is responsible for ensuring that the statutory pension plan has sufficient assets to pay the pension
benefits upon retirement of employees. The supplemental arrangements are unfunded. The most recent actuarial funding valuation for
the statutory pension plan was performed at December 31, 2006. The next valuation for funding purposes will be prepared as at
December 31, 2009.
BC Hydro also provides post-retirement benefits other than pensions including medical, extended health and life insurance coverage for
retirees who have at least 10 years of service and qualify to receive pension benefits. Certain benefits, including the short-term
continuation of health care and life insurance, are provided to terminated employees or to survivors on the death of an employee. These
other post-retirement benefits and post-employment benefits are not funded. Post-employment benefits include the pay-out of benefits
that vest or accumulate, such as banked vacation.
Information about the benefit plans, post-retirement benefits and post-employment benefits other than pensions is as follows:
(a) The net expense for BC Hydro’s benefit plans is as follows:
Pension Benefit Plans
(in millions)
Net expense
$
2010
73
$
2009
5
Other Benefit Plans
$
2010
24
$
2009
24
(b) Information about BC Hydro’s benefit plans as at March 31, in aggregate, is as follows:
Pension Benefit Plans
(in millions)
Accrued benefit obligation
$
Fair value of plan assets
Plan deficit
$
Unamortized net actuarial losses
Unamortized past service costs
Unamortized transition (asset) liability
Accrued benefit asset (liability)
$
2010
2,538
2,174
(364)
616
4
(30)
226
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2009
$ 2,183
1,902
$ (281)
574
5
(45)
$
253
Other Benefit Plans
$
$
$
2010
2009
238
$
188
—
—
(238)
$ (188)
14
(28)
—
—
13 19
(211)
$ (197)
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NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEARS ENDED MARCH 31, 2010 AND 2009
Represented by:
Accrued benefit asset
$
Accrued benefit liability
$
2010
313
(87)
226
$
$
2009
337
(84)
253
$
$
2010
—
(211)
(211)
$
$
2009
—
(197)
(197)
The net accrued benefit liability is included in Other Long-Term Liabilities (Note 15) and the pension asset is included in other assets
and deferred charges.
The pension plan assets and obligations are measured as at December 31, 2009. The other benefit plan obligations are measured as
at March 31, 2010. No valuation allowance was required in fiscal 2010 and fiscal 2009. No benefit plans were fully funded in fiscal 2010
or 2009.
(c) The significant assumptions adopted in measuring BC Hydro’s accrued benefit obligations are as follows:
Pension Benefit Plans
2010
Discount rate
Benefit cost
7.35%
Accrued benefit obligation
6.14%
Expected long-term rate of return on plan assets
7.3%
Rate of compensation increase
Benefit cost
3.8%
Accrued benefit obligation
3.7%
Heath care cost trend rates Weighted average health care cost trend rate
n/a
Weighted average ultimate health care cost trend rate
n/a
Year ultimate health care cost trend rate will be achieved
n/a
Other Benefit Plans
2009
2010
2009
5.5%
7.35%
7.5%
7.70%
5.69%
n/a
5.85%
7.70%
n/a
3.8%
3.8%
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
5.9%
3.8%
2013
5.5%
3.9%
2013
(d) Other information about BC Hydro’s benefit plans is as follows:
Pension Benefit Plans
(in millions)
Employer contributions
Employee contributions
Benefits paid
Settlement payments
$
$
$
$
2010
40
24
134
11
$
$
$
$
2009
36
21
127
6
Other Benefit Plans
$
$
$
$
2010
—
—
10
—
$
$
$
$
2009
—
—
10
—
(e) Asset allocation of the defined benefit statutory pension plan as at the measurement date:
Target Allocation
Equities
60%
Fixed income investments
30%
Real estate
10%
2010
61%
30%
9%
2009
58%
30%
12%
Plan assets are re-balanced within ranges around target applications. The expected return on plan assets is determined by considering
long-term historical returns, future estimates of long-term investment returns and asset allocations.
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FOR THE YEARS ENDED MARCH 31, 2010 AND 2009
NOTE 17: OTHER COMPREHENSIVE INCOME (LOSS) AND ACCUMULATED
OTHER COMPREHENSIVE INCOME (LOSS)
OTHER COMPREHENSIVE INCOME (LOSS)
(in millions)
Other Comprehensive Income (Loss)
Unrealized (loss) gain on derivatives designated as cash flow hedges
$
Reclassification to income on derivatives designated as cash flow hedges
Other Comprehensive Income (Loss)
$
2010
(150)
245
95
2009
$
$
151
(249)
(98)
Comprehensive income consists of net income and other comprehensive income (OCI). OCI represents the changes in shareholder’s
equity during a period arising from transactions and changes in the fair value of available for sale securities and the effective portion of
cash flow hedging instruments. Amounts are recorded in OCI until the criteria for recognition in the consolidated statement of
operations are met.
ACCUMULATED OTHER COMPREHENSIVE INCOME (LOSS)
(in millions)
Accumulated other comprehensive (loss) income, beginning of period
$
Other comprehensive income (loss) for the period
Accumulated Other Comprehensive Income (Loss), End of Period
$
2010
(42)
95
53
$
$
2009
56
(98)
(42)
NOTE 18: COMMITMENTS AND CONTINGENCIES
Energy Commitments
BC Hydro (excluding Powerex) has long-term energy purchase contracts to meet a portion of its expected future domestic electricity
requirements. The minimum obligations to purchase energy under these contracts have a total amount of approximately $17,137 million
of which approximately $1,401 million relates to the purchase of natural gas and natural gas transportation contracts, at market prices
over 30 years. The remaining commitments are at predetermined prices. Powerex has energy purchase commitments with an estimated
minimum payment obligation of $3,008 million extending to 2025 and purchase commitments for energy and capacity services with a
value of $336 million extending to 2015.
The total combined payments for the next five years are approximately (in millions): 2011—$1,125; 2012—$1,076; 2013—$1,042;
2014—$1,045; 2015—$1,003.
Powerex has energy sales commitments over the next five years with a total estimated value of $1,460 million.
Lease and Service Agreements
BC Hydro has entered into various agreements to lease facilities or assets, or to purchase business support services. The agreements
cover periods of up to 10 years, and the aggregate minimum payments are approximately $446 million. Payments for the next five years
are approximately (in millions): 2011—$144; 2012—$140; 2013 —$137; 2014—$7; 2015—$5.
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NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEARS ENDED MARCH 31, 2010 AND 2009
Legal Contingencies
a)Since 2000, Powerex has been named, along with other energy providers, in lawsuits and U.S. federal regulatory proceedings which
seek damages and/or contract rescissions based on allegations that, during part of 2000 and 2001, the California wholesale electricity
markets were unlawfully manipulated and energy prices were not just and reasonable. Powerex has obtained dismissals of all but one
of the lawsuits. In the remaining lawsuit, the California Department of Water Resources (CDWR) has claimed that it was forced under
duress to enter into numerous transactions with Powerex in 2001. Powerex has obtained an indefinite stay of this remaining lawsuit
pending resolution of related proceedings before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).
FERC has approved a settlement agreement between FERC staff and Powerex that acknowledged that there was no evidence that
Powerex engaged in any gaming or other improper practices with any other market participants, and further noted that Powerex was
a valuable and reliable supplier to the California market throughout the energy crisis. FERC’s approval of this settlement is currently
being challenged by various California parties. If the challenges are unsuccessful, FERC’s determination that Powerex did not engage
in market manipulation will stand and could provide Powerex with additional defences in the remaining litigation and other FERC
proceedings.
FERC decided earlier in the proceedings that certain market-wide refunds will have to be paid by energy providers to various
California parties. The precise amount has not been determined and the timing of the refunds is unknown. In addition, FERC has been
ordered by the Ninth Circuit to reconsider additional refunds based on allegations of seller market manipulation and on quarterly
reporting deficiencies. CDWR transactions will be included in these latter inquiries.
A FERC trial judge has determined that in the event Powerex and other energy providers improperly reported transactional data to
FERC in 2000 and 2001, those reports did not hide an accumulation of market power which resulted in unreasonably high energy
prices. If the FERC Commission issues a final order upholding the trial judge’s initial decision it is expected that the California Parties
will commence appeal proceedings.
At March 31, 2010, Powerex was owed US $265 million (CDN $269 million) by the California Power Exchange (Cal Px) and the
California Independent System Operator (CAISO) related to Powerex’s electricity trade activities in California during the period
covered by the lawsuits. As a result of defaults by a number of California utilities, the Cal Px and CAISO were unable to pay these
amounts to Powerex. It is expected those receivables will be offset against any refunds that Powerex is required to pay.
Due to the ongoing nature of the regulatory and legal proceedings against Powerex, management cannot predict the outcomes of the
claims against Powerex. Powerex has recorded provisions for uncollectible amounts and legal costs associated with the California
energy crisis. These provisions are based on management’s best estimates, and are intended to adequately provide for any exposure.
However, the amounts that are ultimately collected or paid may differ from management’s current estimates. Management has not
disclosed the provision amounts or ranges of expected outcomes due to the potentially adverse effect on the process.
b)Facilities and Rights of Way: BC Hydro is subject to existing and pending legal claims relating to alleged infringement and damages in
the operation and use of facilities owned by BC Hydro. These claims may be resolved unfavourably with respect to BC Hydro and may
have a significant adverse effect on BC Hydro’s financial position. For existing claims in respect of which settlement negotiations have
advanced to the extent that potential settlement amounts can reasonably be predicted, management has recorded a provision for the
potential costs of those settlements. For pending claims, management believes that any loss exposure that may ultimately be
incurred may differ materially from management’s current estimates. Management has not disclosed the ranges of expected
outcomes due to the potentially adverse effect on the negotiation process for these pending claims.
c)Due to the size, complexity and nature of BC Hydro’s operations, various other legal matters are pending. It is not possible at this time
to predict with any certainty the outcome of such litigation. Management believes that any settlements related to these matters will
not have a material effect on BC Hydro’s consolidated financial position or results of operations.
d)BC Hydro and its subsidiaries have outstanding letters of credit, related primarily to Powerex trading activities. At March 31, 2010, the
letters of credit outstanding total CDN $62 million and US $94 million.
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NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEARS ENDED MARCH 31, 2010 AND 2009
NOTE 19: GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION
Revenues, based on location of the customer, are as follows:
(in millions)
2010
British Columbia
$ 3,102
Canada (excluding British Columbia)
171
United States
549
Total
$ 3,822
2009
$ 2,824
373
1, 072
$ 4,269
Substantially all of BC Hydro’s assets are located in the Province of British Columbia. Energy sales outside of British Columbia are
carried out by Powerex, a wholly owned subsidiary of BC Hydro.
NOTE 20: RELATED PARTY TRANSACTIONS
As Crown Corporations of the Province, BC Hydro, BCTC and the Province are considered related parties. All transactions between BC
Hydro and its related parties are considered to possess commercial substance and are consequently recorded at the exchange amount,
which is the amount of consideration established and agreed to by the related parties. The related party transactions and balances are
summarized below:
(in millions)
Province of BC
Accounts receivable
$
Accounts payable
Water rental fees
Cost of energy sales
Taxes
Finance charges
Payment to the Province
BCTC
Accounts receivable
$
Accounts payable
Cost of energy sales
Operating costs
Other
Columbia Power Corporation
Cost of energy sales 2010
2009
93
$
114
312
167
111
419
47
92
53
310
229
108
472
288
85
$
61
72 92
59
56
49
77
91
53
48
53
BC Hydro’s debt is either held or guaranteed by the Province (see Note 12). Under an agreement with the Province, BC Hydro
indemnifies the Province for any credit losses incurred by the Province related to interest rate and foreign currency contracts entered
into by the Province on BC Hydro’s behalf. At March 31, 2010, the aggregate exposure under this indemnity totaled approximately
$58 million (2009 revised—$159 million). BC Hydro has not experienced any losses to date under this indemnity.
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NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEARS ENDED MARCH 31, 2010 AND 2009
NOTE 21: SUBSEQUENT EVENT
Consolidation of BC Transmission Corporation
On April 28, 2010, the Province tabled its Clean Energy Act in the B.C. Legislature. The Act will set the foundation for a new future
of electricity self-sufficiency powered by unprecedented investments in clean, renewable energy across the province. As part of its
initiatives, the Act calls for the consolidation of BC Hydro and BCTC into a single organization with one board of directors and executive,
and the transfer of all BCTC assets, liabilities and employees to BC Hydro. The companies will be combined in the second quarter of
fiscal 2011 with transition activities expected to continue through the balance of the fiscal year.
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STATEMENT OF SALARIES AND WAGES PAID
GENERAL
The statement of salaries and wages paid to employees during the year ended March 31, 2010 lists gross remuneration which
includes, besides regular salaries and wages, payment for overtime, shift premiums, isolation and other allowances and
payout of earned entitlements.
SEVERANCE GRANTS
During the fiscal year ended March 31, 2010, there are 24 severance agreements made between BC Hydro and its non
unionized employees. Each agreement represented 1 to 18 months compensation.
BRITISH COLUMBIA HYDRO AND POWER AUTHORITY
STATEMENT OF REMUNERATION AND EXPENSES
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 2010
Name
Position
Remuneration
$
Expenses
$
Baird, K
Member, Board
28,750
1,434
Brown, J
Member, Board
38,875
11,841
Busby, P
Member, Board
33,125
Costuros, W
Member, Board
69,875
Doyle, D
BC Hydro Chair
93,250
Drance, J
Member, Board
43,875
McVicar, T
Member, Board
48,750
Olewiler, N
Member, Board
47,250
Powell, P
Member, Board
61,750
Ritchie, J
Member, Board
14,375
363
Saponja, W1
Member, Board
31,375
7,660
Triggs, D2
Member, Board
24,750
5,766
Umedaly, M3
Member, Board
65,063
8,396 13,118
7,214 1,076
Eaton, B
Member, Board
Powertech
Total
6,250
1,023
607,313
57,891
Resigned from BCH & Powerex boards 1 October 2009
1
Resigned from BCH board 31 January 2010
2
Resigned from BCH board 16 July 2009, Powerex board 28 July 2009 & Powertech board 6 August 2009
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REMUNERATION
I
J
A
K
AM
M
D
O
J
I
R
R
D
A
B
D
E
J
J
NE
T
J
K
U
M
K
Z
B
A
JP
B
RA
KD
M
D
G
D
G
J
J
S
T
N
J
B
D
N
H
M
M
M
C
G
T
A
M
R
A
A
B
B
CR
C
D
D
G
I
J
K
Abbasi
Abbott
Abdalla
Abeyewardene
Abramson
Abskharoun
Acebedo
Acharya
Acland
Adair
Adair
Adam
Adama
Adams
Adams
Adams
Adams
Adams
Adams
Adams
Adams
Addie
Addo
Adikaram
Ahad
Ahlfield
Ahmad
Aitken
Akbulatova
Akkerman
Albinsson
Aldeguer
Alexander
Alexander
Alger
Alho
Allardyce
Allen
Allen
Allen
Allen
Allen
Allinson
Almonidovar
Alsop
Alsop
Altmannshofer
Alvarado
Alvarez
Ames
Amobi
Anderlini
Anderlini
Anderlini
Andersen
Andersen
Andersen
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
125,984
94,136
132,095
87,182
132,108
79,722
86,848
112,082
129,372
112,912
109,180
80,384
93,211
136,554
95,969
115,695
87,127
108,367
105,245
96,899
123,370
124,279
123,934
77,507
107,649
125,611
111,717
101,585
75,853
76,667
89,430
308,924
100,589
124,603
78,824
112,581
89,646
96,671
85,483
89,522
94,360
165,985
120,395
147,146
80,313
104,567
95,242
101,377
82,056
120,891
101,363
82,209
98,700
75,652
136,850
87,802
225,856
140,991
77,448
163,535
75,267
124,011
132,807
83,336
120,730
95,745
143,442
103,427
230,484
EXPENSES
3,210
709
2,132
448
610
17,124
6,070
5,141
4,882
1,335
6,216
2,396
14,033
10,088
3,491
2,586
69
5,039
1,150
4,903
9,314
7,216
51,035
1,764
4,626
2,501
9,387
216
1,285
498
12,475
13,065
1,950
12,608
2,154
5,709
1,377
5,757
1,200
100
11,950
8,242
1,227
6,585
6,558
4,111
23,037
4,514
3,616
7,928
10,015
1,330
20,196
9,026
9,620
5,174
651
5,413
13,671
10,811
1,283
2,583
5,630
29,511
330
799
2,130
5,117
Run Date:
Run Time:
REMUNERATION
L
B
BD
S
R
M
R
VB
V
G
T
G
J
D
V
J
NL
T
E
LW
M
C
T
D
E
G
K
T
D
D
R
M
J
M
T
EA
M
C
R
K
W
M
T
J
R
G
L
R
C
N
R
W
J
R
S
K
R
J
MJ
R
S
SH
M
R
D
G
R
D
H
P
Anderson
Andjelkovic
Andrews
Andrews
Angman
Angrignon
Angus
Antoniades
Antonio
Antonios
Aoki
Apolzer
Apolzer
Apps
Arce
Arishenkoff
Arishenkoff
Armatage
Armellini
Armstrong
Armstrong
Arnason
Arndt
Arnold
Arnold
Arnold
Arnold
Arnold
Arnott
Arsenault
Arsenault
Arshad
Arthur
Arthur
Ashman
Ashton
Asleson
Aslin
Asperin
Assaf
Atamanchuk
Athari-Anaraki
Atherton
Atwater
Atzenberger
Aung Thin
Austin
Austrom
Auyoung
Avdic
Avis
Avis
Avren
Ayers
Baardsen
Babiy
Bacchus
Bachman
Bachman
Back
Badyal
Bae
Baga
Bagnall
Bailey
Bailey
Bailey
Bains
Bains
Bains
87,761
128,468
89,340
81,817
109,114
99,087
142,537
158,349
122,072
95,339
84,437
89,624
154,993
173,159
104,632
148,235
129,192
164,975
93,885
77,759
89,821
128,023
124,777
145,271
124,549
106,743
79,743
141,913
93,842
87,684
75,721
154,560
129,605
110,081
78,836
75,336
91,624
145,515
77,658
133,085
108,360
76,615
170,800
75,491
94,265
117,059
93,176
138,051
91,146
92,537
104,668
104,066
218,773
103,902
113,867
126,194
101,642
176,698
91,140
171,032
75,744
149,087
98,455
81,179
76,994
86,240
122,312
86,370
122,530
93,246
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EXPENSES
1,183
1,458
5,365
14,110
2,838
2,549
5,398
1,309
1,383
28,029
24,002
363
8,038
3,241
3,673
2,250
1,153
1,677
361
3,938
2,564
8,939
9,042
2,069
15,068
1,183
7,358
9,374
3,713
39
15,405
9,506
2,928
10,816
2,932
5,938
4,599
4,596
1,559
20,379
4,535
19,296
1,669
637
14,966
551
1,975
3,031
16,472
1,333
1,132
4,935
438
32,500
16,277
846
3,915
6,299
11,716
2,738
1,729
6,964
6,382
6,877
11,562
1,807
400
14,462
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B
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D
K
R
R
R
D
M
G
JT
N
C
D
A
S
T
A
B
M
G
R
G
J
N
W
LT
C
L
A
H
HS
A
M
L
M
V
R
DB
JS
E
G
AG
J
O
S
G
C
J
B
K
H
B
SJ
J
C
E
T
G
E
C
J
H
R
G
T
D
D
HJ
Bairstow
Bairstow
Baker
Baker
Baker
Baker
Baker
Baker
Bal
Balea
Balea
Balk
Ball
Baltar
Balutescu
Balutescu
Banks
Barakat
Bare
Barker
Barnes
Barnes
Barnett
Barone
Barr
Barr
Barrett
Barrie
Bartfai
Bartle
Bartucci
Basavaraju
Bashualdo
Basi
Basra
Bassianiotis
Bassim
Bast
Batinovic
Bauer
Bauerfind
Baum
Bautista
Bautista
Baxter
Baxter
Baycroft
Baylis
Beaton
Beauchamp
Beauchamp
Becer
Beck
Bedard
Beday
Bedford
Beebe
Beers
Beeson
Beeson
Beeusaert
Beevor-Potts
Befus
Beggs
Behn
Belanger
Belcourt
Beley
Bell
Bell
Bell
REMUNERATION
EXPENSES
142,689
81,591
93,352
151,444
166,050
92,902
128,729
94,106
95,476
94,204
120,373
192,852
183,876
86,195
81,527
79,369
118,291
107,843
108,326
99,784
206,715
126,853
108,957
136,274
128,238
169,718
100,553
158,259
113,250
184,114
100,486
78,197
115,531
151,340
89,396
99,131
124,752
113,301
136,621
104,731
162,799
132,227
81,096
88,428
139,487
88,815
86,623
77,244
129,236
118,122
153,276
165,625
101,182
107,324
83,894
105,234
122,480
81,269
209,082
168,323
97,915
75,450
160,507
184,247
166,046
118,793
84,880
88,021
88,164
88,858
146,873
887
9,710
238
1,072
7,981
425
4,006
1,261
10,553
5,128
11,123
3,391
8,005
864
2,333
3,266
3,809
5,628
24,142
3,255
19,428
13,722
7,113
5,341
18,762
10,823
827
17,912
13,669
5,120
2,274
1,286
15,043
3,256
852
2,837
6,134
33,925
4,125
6,508
1,686
5,527
632
925
6,561
1,180
9,310
17,674
11,881
10,842
100
715
803
5,535
577
1,479
10,654
10,938
9,068
7,249
7,941
12,327
2,208
4,636
14,826
4,312
22,035
7,622
2,236
7,317
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Run Time:
REMUNERATION
K
S
W
JF
A
C
J
D
B
R
S
A
CG
D
J
J
JA
W
A
J
T
D
DW
M
M
M
R
B
R
J
U
S
D
B
M
R
A
M
G
K
T
B
M
V
J
W
V
ER
M
J
B
J
A
R
G
R
R
H
JR
D
S
D
G
K
M
N
C
M
G
A
S
Bell
Belsey
Belsey
Beltgens
Beltrame
Bemister
Benetti
Benish
Benjamin
Benjamin
Benjamin
Bennett
Bennett
Bennett
Bennett
Bennett
Bennett
Bennett
Bennington
Benson
Benzinger
Berard
Berard
Berard
Berg
Berg
Berg
Bergen
Bergen
Bergeron
Bergmann
Bergum
Berisoff
Berkelaar
Berkey
Berkopec
Berrisford
Berry
Berthold
Bessant
Beswick
Betteridge
Betts
Bevacqua
Bevan-Pritchard
Bezembinder
Bidnyk
Bienias
Bigler
Bilkhu
Billey
Billingsley
Bimbhra
Bimm
Birch
Birnie
Birtch
Bishop
Bissett
Bisson
Bjorklund
Bjorkman
Bjorkman
Black
Black
Black
Blackburn
Blackburn
Blackman
Blair
Blair
160,048
97,872
100,709
145,967
116,725
123,542
77,979
153,096
127,819
144,086
132,236
105,134
122,723
131,159
144,990
118,313
104,870
84,407
93,971
112,765
81,434
85,109
197,547
127,556
79,732
77,717
82,072
118,900
78,307
85,934
159,355
125,869
99,249
136,913
102,022
109,376
134,676
85,272
129,057
95,591
101,056
172,270
98,521
132,223
82,285
90,670
90,489
123,016
138,452
123,445
135,366
75,740
90,935
204,080
146,001
184,275
89,168
180,638
149,843
132,150
163,028
112,724
113,159
114,290
114,746
132,004
95,680
108,198
90,222
78,295
85,903
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EXPENSES
8,165
18,534
18,930
7,675
968
907
1,398
88
3,083
2,725
680
9,857
275
1,062
1,444
8,082
13,341
255
1,671
1,966
1,720
481
10,723
2,592
2,941
489
2,616
6,365
2,630
3,001
347
13,883
6,266
7,793
36,811
7,958
1,354
2,325
302
7,290
5,374
26,644
7,743
5,274
12,181
3,782
3,153
2,450
153
24,311
1,232
303
14,124
11,323
6,237
1,751
916
2,578
3,840
7,066
3,235
15,802
8,910
6,289
9,957
3,614
1,647
942
13,073
33,050
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M
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P
G
K
A
J
K
M
C
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Blake
Bland
Bland
Blecker
Bleko
Blokland
Bochon
Bock
Bodenham
Boersma
Boese
Boese
Boffy
Bogetti
Bogle
Bogue
Bohmer
Bokis
Boldt
Boldt
Bolenback
Boley
Bolger
Boltwood
Bond
Bonderud
Bonilla Sanchez
Bonkowski
Bonn
Bonser
Boon
Booth
Boots
Bootsma
Boozari
Borik
Born
Bosse
Boucher
Bouey
Bouillon
Boulanger
Boulet
Bouman
Bouthillier
Boyd
Boyd
Boyda
Bozic
Bradley
Bradley
Bradley
Bradshaw
Bramley
Brand
Brandner
Brandon
Brandschert
Brandson
Brandson
Branham
Brannlund
Brasleret
Bray
Bray
Breault
Bremner
Bremner
Brenton
Bretherick
Brewis
REMUNERATION
EXPENSES
112,864
151,255
118,240
86,027
193,330
129,199
90,100
100,312
150,066
82,239
125,379
101,340
150,463
147,937
114,352
98,943
77,417
108,453
161,891
98,635
82,996
91,280
110,254
140,395
182,736
77,443
86,354
117,884
95,033
148,265
151,333
123,642
173,623
106,850
93,188
105,530
79,724
85,541
146,994
107,594
143,914
120,169
78,813
109,313
139,294
114,555
160,007
86,805
120,817
95,760
159,210
110,805
121,954
75,022
153,297
128,781
84,148
84,850
217,562
143,244
94,614
127,621
127,221
115,335
84,846
101,892
95,408
112,744
137,086
116,285
86,985
14,320
4,720
15,827
401
643
2,491
3,799
4,450
3,408
1,430
12,181
18,479
4,485
1,618
1,095
11,002
1,513
9,825
5,760
3,050
26,908
6,149
5,088
3,643
5,074
1,470
1,797
2,653
9,891
2,929
3,593
9,710
12,860
996
2,456
693
9,033
45,421
3,832
519
14,545
36,269
2,959
3,056
433
1,624
3,077
32,577
18,768
4,282
109
903
1,142
1,112
7,944
10,679
457
475
8,053
286
6,075
7,338
10,891
5,335
6,680
20,379
3,413
Run Date:
Run Time:
REMUNERATION
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V
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P
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P
M
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M
D
R
H
R
HE
M
D
A
GE
S
J
T
B
G
M
N
T
K
R
K
M
HR
Bridal
Bridal
Bridges
Bridgman
Brigden
Brigden
Briggs
Brine
Brittin
Brodie
Brodoway
Bromley
Brookes
Brooks
Brooks
Broomfield
Brophy
Brough
Brough
Brown
Brown
Brown
Brown
Brown
Brown
Brown
Brown
Brown
Browning
Brownlow
Bruce
Bruce
Bruhs
Brule
Brune
Bryant
Bryson
Bryson
Bublitz
Bucar
Buchanan
Buchanan
Buckland
Buckley
Buckoke
Budalich
Bueler
Bueschkens
Buffie
Bulger
Bullock
Bulubay
Bunwait
Burbee
Burgess
Burggraeve
Burkinshaw
Burkitt
Burkitt
Burns
Burns
Burnside
Burr
Burri
Burroughs
Burrows
Burton
Burton
Buschel
Butt
Butters
119,138
131,023
191,760
215,341
138,633
118,190
105,472
117,441
170,812
144,303
94,749
157,613
118,685
156,334
76,619
105,961
77,107
104,185
77,066
76,962
94,367
92,341
132,967
220,513
90,990
145,478
94,986
82,736
93,451
128,318
84,658
114,542
84,616
101,428
115,329
79,970
79,301
85,954
105,985
204,218
112,733
139,170
101,546
123,267
88,959
84,111
94,599
104,098
132,190
129,504
161,789
123,398
85,710
131,012
117,494
141,314
84,230
124,206
168,653
92,359
156,708
133,063
131,108
90,444
143,355
77,080
128,200
151,249
91,239
110,851
140,688
3
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EXPENSES
13,367
9,654
12,861
12,412
27,651
2,564
3,729
-117
20,963
1,173
2,756
1,384
3,699
2,385
13,860
1,366
110
4,118
6,883
5,311
1,063
5,304
5,656
21,138
1,889
1,146
3,126
14,800
337
10,600
4,179
19,103
2,520
1,588
11,288
4,195
3,640
802
2,527
21,612
11,388
342
3,996
7,095
10,853
12,675
3,543
546
7,784
19,774
46,386
11,581
6,216
2,715
12,723
34,133
6,916
22,527
8,773
17,871
1,731
264
2,906
5,443
1,673
6,970
5,795
632
9,723
3,814
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Byle
Byrnell
Byrnell
Cabral
Cachero
Cai
Cairns
Calb
Caldarella
Calder
Calderon
Calderwood
Callaghan
Callewaert
Calvin
Cameron
Camp
Campbell
Campbell
Campbell
Campbell
Campbell
Campbell
Campbell
Campbell
Campbell
Campbell
Campbell
Campos
Cann
Canning
Canning
Cao
Captein
Carabetta
Cardinal
Carlson
Carmichael
Carmichael
Carter
Carter
Carter
Carter
Carter
Carter
Caryula
Caslor
Catling
Cattanach
Catto
Cavan
Cave
Cavin
Cecic
Cender
Cernezel
Ceron
Chai
Chakrabarti
Chakrabarti
Chalmers
Champoux
Chan
Chan
Chan
Chan
Chan
Chan
Chan
Chan
REMUNERATION
EXPENSES
162,431
85,283
114,301
135,001
96,002
103,201
115,343
75,015
88,936
104,987
196,830
111,913
96,830
102,595
141,290
79,939
77,356
78,582
139,637
86,755
91,990
122,196
83,696
115,844
119,818
193,048
169,675
168,583
115,041
89,250
98,152
204,707
143,688
123,929
78,914
110,830
112,901
91,417
106,858
143,817
87,732
76,337
124,840
77,552
203,222
120,077
118,290
116,309
127,307
138,551
124,946
92,982
110,597
124,097
143,473
156,091
128,686
117,578
141,422
139,690
83,631
156,344
191,109
112,506
91,278
76,911
88,754
152,337
95,762
105,506
118,832
5,169
4,246
202
26,909
346
190
576
1,877
1,710
1,666
11,581
1,697
613
2,306
12,919
856
5,071
6,670
6,460
1,199
319
1,574
13,108
6,921
14,202
6,593
19,056
2,930
1,386
1,006
18,839
5,683
1,827
629
2,507
2,091
7
7,339
7,219
3,250
10
7,903
1,176
20,388
13,220
14,746
16,239
184
28,161
6,755
31,638
1,168
7,391
1,606
2,090
438
5,032
4,765
2,699
18,206
16,915
2,728
3,309
160
237
785
1,073
3,987
1,528
Run Date:
Run Time:
REMUNERATION
S
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W
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J
L
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JL
A
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K
P
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S
E
K
A
S
W
M
D
K
M
T
Chan
Chan
Chand
Chand
Chandler
Chandra
Chang
Chang
Chan-McLeod
Chapman
Chappell
Charchun
Charlesworth
Cheater
Check
Cheladyn
Chen
Chen
Chen
Chen
Cheng
Cheng
Cheng
Cheng
Cheng
Cheng
Cheng
Cheng
Cherkezoff
Chernenkoff
Chernenkow
Cherry
Cherry
Cherukupalli
Cherwoniak
Cheung
Cheung
Chin
Chinatambi
Chisholm
Chiu
Chong
Chong
Chooi
Chopra
Chore
Chornoluk
Chose
Chow
Chow
Chow
Chow
Chow
Christensen
Christensen
Christiansen
Christianson
Christianson
Chu
Chu
Chua
Chue
Chun
Chung
Chung
Chung
Chursinoff
Chwaklinski
Cienciala
Cienciala
Citak
116,830
130,721
124,199
189,075
157,801
106,316
89,472
140,797
138,488
107,475
87,121
125,909
106,043
152,283
76,233
161,902
100,935
76,917
111,694
110,446
140,153
91,686
135,725
100,305
148,061
135,828
133,132
77,565
93,325
91,529
125,785
108,946
105,485
145,437
76,567
76,051
120,732
81,719
120,896
77,135
129,632
86,040
87,614
135,419
158,057
102,303
177,509
78,573
120,559
123,838
80,594
136,226
111,532
85,823
120,482
122,649
288,725
84,510
190,192
147,995
101,121
102,771
130,415
131,585
137,198
125,734
86,305
135,212
93,197
125,891
128,461
4
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12:07:18PM
EXPENSES
52
25,259
17,836
5,525
3,967
14,699
243
1,034
16,021
2,954
4,311
500
20,402
22,778
12,918
6,788
10,690
1,220
3,515
303
1,195
2,489
6,147
2,988
13,187
5,061
303
6,187
1,253
1,003
756
4,883
9,442
300
5,856
16,221
940
2,934
7,364
7,545
856
2,158
3,241
2,477
2,433
3,333
1,351
27,137
786
5,355
14,274
9,510
6,138
2,846
1,700
24,723
204
20,471
3,404
3,241
4,057
822
2,520
4,137
6,377
6,938
1,946
346
38,257
1,006
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Claluna
Clapa
Clapperton
Clare
Clark
Clark
Clark
Clark
Clark
Clark
Clarke
Clarke
Clarke
Clarke
Clarke
Claxton
Clayton
Clelland
Clement
Clendinning
Cleveland
Clinaz
Cline
Cline
Clish
Coburn
Coca
Cochran
Cochrane
Cochrane
Cochrane
Coffin
Coghill
Cole
Colebert
Coleman
Cole-Morgan
Coles
Collette
Collingwood
Collins
Collins
Collins
Collins
Coloma
Colongard
Colquhoun
Coltart
Comfort
Compton
Condrashoff
Conlin
Connell
Connelly
Connor
Conrad
Constantino
Contzen
Conway
Conway
Cook
Cook
Cook
Corbett
Corbett
Corbett
Corbould
Corrado
Corrigan
Corsie
Cory
REMUNERATION
EXPENSES
104,421
123,336
102,488
104,798
148,411
105,156
121,198
102,499
90,289
80,769
172,801
132,109
90,041
116,867
79,072
134,279
85,804
154,204
135,340
124,461
139,031
127,571
78,069
87,574
89,942
82,602
95,646
169,477
119,818
146,762
190,682
79,562
101,551
91,201
77,002
89,441
113,237
175,656
124,687
151,440
92,870
89,328
98,958
80,067
75,224
102,376
154,439
267,770
117,540
89,967
121,886
135,456
127,802
123,972
83,387
113,699
91,020
95,440
155,853
174,794
132,948
145,160
84,001
118,926
191,563
102,299
82,503
120,322
110,392
87,351
93,048
6,921
4,568
5,269
1,198
19,440
2,709
1,466
989
4,333
33,713
8,874
9,407
14,417
10,389
11,277
1,222
6,469
603
5,764
8,712
8,751
5,391
40,260
546
400
16,268
3,932
7,655
2,543
1,646
322
5,510
149
450
480
25,668
2,260
1,274
732
111
551
324
50
15,721
5,569
11,644
5,183
451
3,596
52,090
1,107
6,633
677
4,713
3,259
2,037
30,813
25,980
15,744
1,920
4,868
4,877
272
5,066
5,568
6,562
2,435
818
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Run Time:
REMUNERATION
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W
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W
K
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B
R
DN
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B
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M
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T
M
S
V
T
BM
G
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V
ER
C
C
N
W
R
L
S
K
D
A
K
C
A
S
M
JD
A
C
S
G
Costa
Cote
Cote
Cottingham
Coueffin
Coueffin
Coulas
Coulter
Coulter
Cousins
Coutts
Cowell
Cox
Cozza
Craig
Crampton
Cranmer
Crawley
Crees
Cromarty
Crompton
Crompton
Crompton
Crompvoets
Cronan
Cronk
Croockewit
Crosby
Cross
Cross
Cross
Crossley
Crossman
Croteau
Crothers
Crowe
Crowhurst
Crowther
Croxall
Cruz
Cryderman
Cseh
Cucnik
Cullen
Cummings
Cunningham
Cuthbert
Cuthbert
Cutler
Dabic
Dagan
Daher
Dahl
Dai
Dalling
Daly
Damy
Danard
Danbrook
Danchella
D'Andrea
Dang
Daniel
Darby
Darwish
Daschuk
Dashwood
Davey
David
David
Davidson
92,947
84,232
168,341
89,727
120,839
124,540
94,202
77,833
149,826
140,635
137,441
212,986
86,334
95,829
97,726
126,849
117,327
242,143
82,556
75,430
80,422
103,724
126,313
81,286
106,477
133,572
125,472
105,161
137,357
143,079
153,267
77,862
97,540
79,530
94,005
87,391
142,515
140,028
103,843
109,049
80,090
92,682
96,684
78,585
183,632
97,443
125,366
124,382
82,775
109,116
89,842
106,322
145,540
113,706
145,825
143,733
110,607
125,197
135,690
98,211
104,607
182,625
86,512
96,324
79,349
91,465
119,511
129,399
84,936
116,322
136,289
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EXPENSES
31,248
11,301
2,681
3,853
10,882
8,039
5,538
127
3,563
14,344
26,460
2,579
2,730
2,881
3,547
19,685
29,880
25
5,375
570
1,637
8,785
2,455
3,602
11,416
3,934
1,361
3,038
3,016
2,529
971
22,292
9,663
4,295
2,025
7,183
7,133
9,297
4,349
10,685
5,129
3,639
1,912
798
919
2,779
1,371
11,347
8,798
856
100
21,518
6,418
1,788
6,651
2,302
3,798
7,800
19
1,100
1,313
19,421
1,124
9,896
2,642
1,773
37,786
7,891
27,998
1,820
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T
AW
TC
Davidson
Davidson
Davidson
Davidson
Davie
Davies
Davies
Davies
Davis
Davis
Davis
Davison
Dayani
Dayton
De Asis
de Cler
De Ramos
De Zoysa
Deacon
Deacon
deDelley
Degerness
Degroot
DeHaan
Deibert
Deines
Deitner
del Barrio
Dela Cruz
dela Cruz
Dela Rosa
Delage
Delcourt
Dell
Della Maestra
DelRaj
Demaid
Den Biesen
Deng
Deng
Denis
Dennert
Dennis
Depuit
Derksen
Dermody
DeRosa
Derrien
Desilets
DeSilva
Desmet
Despins
Devlin
Devlin
Dewolde
Deyagher
Dhannu
Dharamshi
Dhillon
Dhrolia
Di Lullo
Diallo
Dias
Dickey
Dickie
Dickin
Dill
Dimitrijevic
Dinh
Dionne
Dithurbide
REMUNERATION
EXPENSES
101,677
98,182
96,289
126,000
99,831
118,974
140,085
83,093
135,277
178,795
87,728
103,494
120,831
163,183
85,736
82,927
84,290
100,721
114,195
186,698
80,568
94,555
79,881
125,956
96,969
89,665
119,690
116,004
175,569
83,177
127,911
124,259
160,613
86,782
98,283
131,121
115,442
98,075
84,404
80,136
139,661
199,995
118,081
136,206
88,216
167,664
83,539
137,300
97,564
112,301
137,956
109,043
95,655
148,473
108,364
137,832
84,081
146,032
126,280
76,478
84,350
117,240
95,915
100,128
133,017
135,776
111,203
91,263
84,016
112,234
175,978
26,313
1,583
1,291
2,089
8,827
5,516
7,759
40
908
15,582
1,244
1,213
1,360
1,672
5,508
796
26,219
12,138
7,056
11,749
2,714
22,426
203
1,600
11,428
1,016
1,985
21,934
21,683
3,866
7,207
3,235
20,715
3,261
9,231
11,578
2,141
517
4,744
13,857
3,811
3,040
3,578
33,726
1,672
10,391
337
3,173
9,841
15,531
7,171
129
2,632
5,512
4,528
6,828
1,281
1,089
13,595
4,361
1,854
7,127
3,644
10,543
3,624
1,106
8,499
1,659
3,760
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R
S
W
L
P
DD
A
C
JG
BJ
Z
R
L
M
B
L
R
C
G
M
Dixon
Dixon
Dobby
Dobie
Dobie
Dobranowski
Dobrenski
Dobson
Dodd
Dodd
Dodman
Dojack
Dolinsky
Don
Donovan
Dooley
Dorsey
Doskotch
Dostie
Doucet
Douglas
Douglass
Dowler
Dowling
Downey
Drader
Draheim
Drake
Draugelis Dawson
Dresler
Drexl
Driedger
Drown
Druce
Dryer
Du Laba
Dubljevic
Dubois-Phillips
Duchak
Duffy
Duffy
Duhamel
Duhamel
Duke
Duke
Duke
Dukeshire
Dulaba
Duncan
Duncan
Duncan
Duncan
Duncan
Duncan
Dundas
Dunham
Dunlop
Dunne
Dunsford
Duplessis
Durand
Duranovic
Dusil
Dwolinsky
Dwyer
Dyck
Dyck
Dyck
Dyson
Dziedzic
Eang
99,665
182,558
104,264
135,956
108,486
183,932
122,895
79,153
98,974
77,304
155,860
75,987
89,104
86,015
130,309
87,686
143,961
184,565
91,668
92,139
134,752
86,736
108,676
76,172
157,250
99,584
86,934
80,857
122,816
148,256
99,939
100,657
115,777
109,779
91,546
112,306
119,415
163,953
169,506
134,907
167,596
82,950
78,406
131,269
115,335
128,988
114,109
93,128
77,817
94,950
123,185
157,787
176,651
91,449
90,606
99,311
186,323
102,469
147,511
142,173
114,484
117,831
180,075
147,680
93,147
140,929
177,163
100,809
149,112
137,142
131,690
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12:07:18PM
EXPENSES
3,884
2,401
37,324
9,977
49,725
591
36,552
6,548
13,559
856
5,834
10,635
18,184
1,292
697
8,737
16,746
1,224
2,965
25,608
133
27,245
2,304
824
25,142
5,482
15,266
3,410
3,861
3,248
389
11,364
4,066
22,993
9,671
30,889
3,795
5,257
1,000
3,442
801
12,586
3,291
1,221
4,048
1,426
647
8,089
100
12,791
412
5,180
315
11,007
18,070
7,587
17,793
37,751
3,084
1,826
32,755
8,795
4,785
3,584
19,922
1,235
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B
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GT
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W
B
Earis
Earle
Easterbrook
Ebert
Ebrahimzadeh
Eccleton
Eck
Edgar
Edmond
Edmondson
Edvardsen
Edwards
Edwards
Edwards
Edwards
Edwards
Egan
Eidsness
Ekholm
Elchuk
Eldridge
Eldridge
Elliot
Elliot
Elliott
Ellis
Elton
Elvambuena
Embryk
Enegren
English
Engman
Enns
Enns
Enock
Entwistle
Epp
Erho
Eriksen
Ernst
Esau
Esguerra
Ethier
Evans
Evans
Ewaniuk
Ewart
Ewing
Ewing
Exter
Ezelyk
Ezelyk
Ezelyk
Ezinga
Fabian
Fabros
Facey
Faisal
Fait
Fait
Fajber
Falbo
Falloon
Fan
Farahani
Farbridge
Farrell
Fast
Fattah
Faulkner
Fawcett
REMUNERATION
EXPENSES
165,056
137,445
80,564
141,811
79,743
139,774
100,562
92,269
130,545
80,801
99,898
149,082
104,564
106,549
115,993
106,372
99,301
122,047
88,946
77,137
97,674
125,885
76,943
101,162
122,504
150,251
678,579
134,798
93,242
136,600
179,541
88,222
129,184
119,428
112,233
121,625
150,690
89,478
89,558
78,412
78,361
128,265
125,289
102,534
82,393
105,630
106,709
87,040
120,698
100,737
127,021
134,100
128,002
118,097
124,516
81,107
163,687
106,232
121,775
103,101
128,827
92,280
77,342
115,401
112,072
103,639
84,633
79,318
111,393
158,226
131,695
15,581
4,440
1,691
4,942
4,742
8,945
3,351
3,512
1,572
1,523
439
4,089
1,260
5,019
3,584
995
11,418
15,120
4,809
210
3,118
2,748
2,910
14,394
12,259
395
37,979
30,101
1,302
13,678
3,104
550
5,328
31,080
12,049
8,318
400
40,515
2,951
1,592
11,672
58
1,082
856
5,944
2,214
5,809
504
7,963
1,182
5,043
11,820
9,942
7,270
7,096
2,803
6,735
949
1,018
23,651
3,487
16,979
6,737
4,717
39,533
1,055
3,239
2,452
51,587
976
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D
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SC
D
J
S
C
C
Fedan
Federico
Fedorov
Feener
Felber
Feng
Fenwick
Fequet
Ferber
Ferdinandez
Ferguson
Ferguson
Ferguson
Fernandes
Ferolie
Ferreira
Ferrier
Ferris
Fettes
Fiala
Filer
Fingler
Finley
Finnamore
Finnegan
Finskars
Fisher
Fisher
Fisher
Fisher
Fitzgibbon
Fitzsimmons
Fladmark
Flannagan
Fleming
Fleming
Fleming
Fleming
Fletcher
Flett
Fleury
Flood
Flynn
Foglia
Foley
Folkestad
Fong
Fontaine
Forberg
Ford
Forman
Fornasier
Forster
Foss
Fossa
Fossa
Foster
Foster
Foster
Foucault
Found
Fowler
Fowler
Fowler
Fowler
Fowles
Fox
Fralick
Frame
France
Francis
88,946
78,474
91,835
85,765
103,937
76,675
215,943
78,536
91,796
104,026
166,172
150,394
131,538
86,597
116,017
120,402
218,216
132,280
87,719
87,169
92,161
155,685
117,105
109,546
123,767
218,593
133,524
138,537
125,411
140,391
123,640
120,396
93,161
79,647
155,099
87,682
125,267
95,511
176,168
109,167
157,543
107,561
161,576
87,835
80,953
150,042
147,743
117,384
89,248
222,031
86,135
143,609
157,925
117,810
207,242
205,242
79,421
104,302
159,291
137,085
127,681
121,331
98,634
101,534
151,873
193,990
148,557
115,923
92,352
125,868
122,138
7
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12:07:18PM
EXPENSES
12,311
2,380
17,193
1,384
4,956
451
36,349
4,054
17,288
2,827
3,840
2,095
6,316
8,388
3,056
1,320
7,438
400
724
3,231
1,225
1,122
1,811
16,929
28,957
17,938
3,246
7,517
9,291
15,787
6,242
3,188
2,040
13,976
9,372
8,016
6,423
2,908
28,287
3,418
173
1,350
572
4,070
303
469
1,340
5,839
3,461
2,314
844
4,572
1,953
6,575
12,153
262
3,041
10,252
740
6,796
3,761
524
10,360
2,093
69,835
10,809
1,119
21,906
17,675
794
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JE
J
C
SJ
A
M
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SD
JF
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Francis
Frank
Franklin
Franklin
Franko
Fraser
Fraser
Fraser
French
Frick
Fricker
Friedman
Friend
Friesen
Friesen
Friesen
Friesen
Friis-Jensen
Friske
Froese
Froklage
Fromme
Fryer
Fuhrmann
Fuhrmann
Fulcher
Fulcher
Fuller
Fulton
Fulton
Fulton
Fulton
Funk
Funk
Fuoco
Furberg
Fusick
Futa
Fyfe
Gabriel
Gadhok
Gaensbauer
Gaffran
Gahr
Gaines
Gale
Gale
Gallagher
Gallagher
Galos
Galway
Gamache
Gamage
Gammer
Gammie
Garand
Garber
Garbet
Garcia
Gardiner
Gardner
Gares
Gares
Gargantiel
Garner
Garrecht
Garrett
Garrow
Gaskin
Gaspard
Gaudin
REMUNERATION
EXPENSES
131,829
138,437
93,087
175,721
113,882
108,246
140,406
91,348
118,667
79,590
157,634
110,751
81,362
123,579
102,113
173,711
141,036
87,549
118,469
133,468
88,599
133,568
140,302
102,681
120,008
147,535
102,650
106,308
162,712
118,041
114,073
77,310
135,731
145,923
188,001
97,105
131,024
136,492
138,707
160,897
107,088
79,482
121,559
95,202
164,254
90,025
99,771
94,487
154,114
173,979
79,655
114,101
165,450
84,780
101,858
89,960
105,864
252,825
75,539
76,893
119,854
124,669
114,652
80,410
169,963
80,791
109,033
152,778
151,234
162,544
87,092
3,718
25,791
54
42,125
1,338
1,077
2,315
76
5,658
1,134
1,688
5,017
716
3,683
874
42,954
1,067
850
12,029
579
11,540
7,343
1,519
18,369
25,862
1,543
4,822
14,725
4,008
1,521
14,104
1,307
582
3,430
1,835
207
14,953
8,963
19,416
13,087
11,479
16,089
830
12,339
10,186
2,331
1,046
2,973
1,013
4,609
2,496
38,093
14,634
1,989
13,968
4,276
2,458
2,033
14,628
18,174
539
12,039
19
5,310
4,737
385
9,396
6,346
3,829
12,329
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C
A
L
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R
R
D
D
M
M
D
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A
D
D
B
Gaudreault
Gaudreault
Gauthier
Gauthier
Gauvin
Gavigan
Gavin
Geary
Geddes
Gedig
Geisheimer
Geissler
Gelchu
Gemmell
George
Gerbrandt
Gerlib
Gerwin
Gessell
Geyser
Ghafghazi
Ghitan
Gibb
Gifford
Gilbert
Giles
Gill
Gill
Gill
Gillan
Gillanders
Gillespie
Gilliss
Gilmore
Gilraine
Gimple
Gin
Girard
Girard
Girgulis
Gleeson
Glover
Glover
Gobena
Godreau
Godsoe
Goehring
Goh
Goh
Gohar
Goldberg
Goldsmith
Gomes
Gonzales
Gonzalez
Good
Goodey
Goodman
Goodman
Goodwin
Goodwin
Gorby
Gordon
Gordon
Gordon
Gorman
Gorospe
Gosse
Gothard
Gould
Gourley
125,542
113,157
146,312
144,640
89,751
89,773
94,403
98,506
83,504
131,640
84,386
146,287
88,374
166,137
82,731
151,504
139,134
130,184
128,564
160,593
87,397
96,114
117,025
95,607
86,135
106,806
126,503
139,159
122,285
185,093
88,583
81,229
117,004
131,904
150,160
105,558
99,391
104,385
89,992
98,302
83,115
124,845
78,443
75,561
99,840
195,278
166,787
162,217
88,685
111,160
179,058
135,728
89,555
103,221
90,845
142,194
131,758
90,828
107,859
92,894
135,660
100,672
143,591
101,803
131,649
126,022
78,092
193,131
82,396
102,184
80,443
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EXPENSES
15,199
6,746
25,298
4,714
410
104
86
7,338
3,980
5,032
742
1,910
8,411
2,812
1,011
7,643
25,535
7,157
9,143
26,700
22,583
15,867
2,887
11,699
10,687
1,327
4,385
8,617
964
13,670
232
13,558
826
2,239
5,053
2,562
3,963
99
3,867
13,332
4,274
12,270
2,790
5,939
2,818
250
28,923
24,647
2,958
1,303
9,562
15,155
2,991
3,894
204
1,338
5,676
13,668
1,500
5,999
8,263
3,305
2,427
14,200
230
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P
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Gowland
Grabowski
Graham
Graham
Graham
Graham
Grainger
Granstrom
Grant
Grant
Grant
Grant
Grant
Grant
Graves
Gray
Gray
Gray
Greeley
Green
Green
Green
Greenlaw
Greenlay
Greenwell
Greenwell
Grewal
Grewal
Griffiths
Griffiths
Groenevelt
Gronsdahl
Groombridge
Grose
Grosse
Grout
Groves
Groves
Groves
Groves
Grujic
Grundy
Gudbjartsson
Gueldenstern
Gugins
Guile
Guinan
Gunderson
Gunn
Gunson
Gunson
Guo
Gupta
Gupta
Gusola
Gustafson
Gustafson
Gutwin
Guy
Gwilliam
Haaf
Haag
Haboly
Hackwell
Hadar
Haddow
Hagel
Haizimsque
Hajnrych
Hale
Hale
REMUNERATION
EXPENSES
124,021
87,983
80,654
86,214
78,318
133,522
99,810
119,079
75,396
106,163
79,793
83,617
78,084
109,115
103,985
83,984
100,733
97,398
159,182
94,359
133,925
140,103
75,435
98,108
145,225
117,440
117,726
82,016
110,873
101,349
157,511
239,404
116,588
103,958
77,543
270,705
125,773
86,136
139,271
179,415
116,384
147,849
130,881
130,812
151,712
113,156
96,545
82,206
229,121
174,163
132,518
79,441
87,859
125,567
75,087
124,269
118,283
132,756
98,874
204,518
121,708
150,021
135,392
144,918
83,741
164,953
245,734
113,651
186,492
152,639
109,635
6,957
1,820
6,560
1,576
578
32,000
5,555
7,460
5,415
2,507
233
2,763
3
1,341
3,293
18,235
9,371
15,390
5,995
2,430
4,642
2,727
2,040
8,083
4,407
1,711
691
350
38
28,033
4,742
20,545
2,159
8,051
5,159
4,853
5,643
10,262
9,721
9,542
2,665
3,214
7,937
5,098
14,828
8,968
773
8,869
19,723
4,544
7,075
5,550
506
9,105
2,245
9,128
23,043
5,822
40
7,084
2,393
4,850
2,847
6,007
508
6,108
15,821
10,941
184
1,988
4,368
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ZH
V
R
B
D
K
C
R
T
V
W
B
D
B
D
D
D
D
LE
E
C
D
R
P
C
G
H
S
S
J
O
WG
D
G
A
B
G
J
K
LJ
C
M
BM
Haley
Hall
Hall
Hall
Hall
Hall
Hall
Hallamore
Hallaway
Halliday
Hallinan
Hamagami
Hamberger
Hambleton
Hambuechen
Hamel
Hamel
Hamer
Hamill
Hamilton
Hamilton
Hamilton
Hamilton
Hamilton
Hamilton Harding
Hamp
Hampton
Han
Han
Hanada
Handby
Haney
Hanley
Hanlon
Hannah
Hanson
Hanson
Hanson
Hanson
Harapnuk
Harapnuk
Harceg
Hardie
Hardy
Hare
Hargreaves
Harker
Harmati
Harper
Harper
Harper
Harrington
Harris
Harris
Harris
Harrison
Harrison
Harrold
Hart
Hart
Hartford
Hartney
Harvey
Harvey
Harvey
Harvey
Harvey
Harwood
Hastings
Haston
Hatch
143,801
96,737
77,573
83,612
77,054
96,327
92,129
111,266
130,493
88,010
112,170
108,731
112,692
102,582
105,598
104,310
120,556
129,661
115,194
98,757
111,041
98,268
103,092
127,771
83,387
311,484
84,747
120,297
89,449
120,232
151,753
93,476
124,447
116,869
79,125
77,529
93,261
152,918
120,169
84,063
83,375
109,947
152,831
158,497
91,444
123,950
113,855
89,977
75,728
142,872
124,554
158,707
76,525
104,324
132,032
80,099
131,219
82,704
86,729
143,254
176,709
132,127
144,516
126,773
87,737
81,647
203,234
84,485
137,974
100,688
76,516
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EXPENSES
8,891
6,547
5,113
838
39,769
2,607
3,857
743
22,421
4,450
118
5,358
17,246
11,324
3,450
7,496
15,090
13,368
978
2,533
4,219
20,179
4,490
1,052
49,764
6,816
7,083
517
7,935
2,175
1,772
2,426
2,355
11,955
2,961
2,895
3,615
27,938
3,206
6,655
255
1,354
1,195
2,532
3,661
31,670
964
9,933
3,263
2,684
462
40
13,880
2,186
3,721
33,916
1,714
5,756
13,996
49,752
5,117
14,168
1,929
306
18,242
3,342
2,237
479
107
1,630
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Hatch
Hatch
Hau
Hauck
Hauzer
Hawkins
Hawkins
Hawkins
Hawley
Hawley
Hawryluk
Hawryluk
Hay
Hayden
Hayes
Hayes
Hayles
Hayre
Heard
Heaton
Hebden
Hebert
Hedges
Heer
Heide
Heiman
Hein
Heinricks
Helgason
Helou
Helps
Helston
Helten
Hembling
Hemeon
Heminsley
Henderson
Henderson
Henderson
Henderson
Henderson
Heng
Hennig
Hepple
Heppner
Heppner
Herman
Herman
Hern
Herrington
Herter
Herzog
Heslip
Heslop
Hewitt
Hewko
Hicks
Hicks
Hiebert
Higginbottom
Higgins
Higgins
Higham
Hikichi
Hilger
Hill
Hill
Hill
Hill
Hill
Hill
REMUNERATION
EXPENSES
142,958
180,131
172,001
129,498
158,647
96,498
75,379
160,287
88,220
147,034
85,851
117,548
105,291
130,544
123,488
86,629
147,987
105,923
101,919
77,606
134,329
129,432
101,249
86,565
127,870
82,825
85,188
106,273
81,523
91,129
75,547
218,939
101,501
97,008
85,305
199,880
125,179
120,745
113,171
116,775
111,057
87,717
146,848
103,382
144,078
82,755
123,791
152,699
84,092
98,638
106,855
98,981
117,682
99,721
126,335
149,649
145,634
109,381
121,702
76,926
197,094
138,909
101,172
136,462
104,248
80,829
152,638
109,267
108,017
80,520
98,206
38,856
5,180
1,122
16,925
6,563
9,959
107
1,968
3,816
27,920
1,830
3,515
2,486
8,244
710
4,465
5,220
1,308
18,811
3,452
10,580
897
29,470
507
13,168
6,827
7,613
9,525
1,382
1,419
3,058
40,489
2,174
5,284
11,677
4,950
4,937
2,001
4,969
2,108
647
1,784
21,791
2,166
1,682
17,545
4,509
4,738
1,359
27,826
375
21,404
10,499
7,696
2,150
8,579
17,864
1,385
940
5,234
19,209
4,780
16,843
5,054
1,513
1,638
21,341
1,466
21,392
7,695
2,913
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Run Time:
REMUNERATION
M
P
R
R
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R
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D
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W
K
J
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K
KC
WY
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M
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B
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J
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R
D
D
R
F
H
M
J
M
IJ
E
A
N
T
A
S
B
RB
H
GS
D
W
R
W
J
N
R
G
JC
A
M
K
J
J
A
D
Hill
Hill
Hill
Hill
Hill
Hill
Hillgartner
Hillman
Hills
Hillsdon
Hilton
Hine
Hines
Hinke
Hinrichs
Hirschfield
Hiscocks
Hishon
Ho
Ho
Hobbs
Hobden
Hobkirk
Hobson
Hockey
Hodgins
Hodgson
Hoekstra
Hofer
Hofferd
Hoffman
Hoffman
Hoft
Hogan
Hohertz
Hohner
Holden
Holitzki
Holitzki
Holland
Holland
Holland
Hollman
Hollybow
Holma
Holmes
Holmgren
Holowaty
Holst
Holt
Holt
Holtby
Homewood
Honda
Honeyman
Hong
Hong
Honrade
Hood
Horkoff
Horne
Horning
Horton
Horton
Horvath
Horwood
Hoskins
Hothi
Hougan
Houghton
Houghton
134,756
126,126
106,853
112,885
90,278
89,213
84,652
104,198
141,155
147,817
150,154
77,387
81,414
78,951
106,792
161,428
112,792
75,541
121,624
100,978
79,263
111,541
162,835
226,402
118,222
106,352
197,238
159,169
127,121
84,337
92,510
85,240
105,178
85,636
103,101
160,136
87,784
190,374
132,329
116,151
78,818
77,289
106,577
96,324
87,164
88,207
159,221
126,645
94,138
128,099
128,169
142,115
129,964
166,764
108,062
85,715
116,584
95,228
127,937
133,630
84,711
109,737
97,853
94,731
142,513
81,212
137,483
184,728
139,454
155,105
84,613
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EXPENSES
10,277
9,570
35,850
2,701
1,950
25,989
6,739
3,150
1,022
3,013
8,427
2,669
2,228
1,793
14,846
8,874
671
6,702
11,835
4,125
5,608
1,913
4,465
14,527
229
811
10,289
5,348
93
4,021
2,538
2,448
13,945
9,857
3,688
27,448
19,433
1,365
16,079
12,937
5,887
779
808
10,321
430
10,659
1,997
31,664
17,210
12,604
15,526
2,339
1,106
856
13,467
19,130
17,934
15,513
1,738
9,253
930
2,903
25,941
712
1,920
2,222
11,333
1,048
9,035
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S
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Houle
Houston
Houston
Hove
Howard
Howard
Howard
Howes
Howker
Hrad
Hruschak
Hsu
Htan
Hua
Huang
Hubbard
Hudgin
Hudson
Huffer
Hughes
Hughes
Hugo
Hui
Hui
Huisman
Huitika
Hull
Hulme
Hume
Humphreys
Hundal
Hunt
Hunter
Hunter
Hunter
Hunter
Hunter
Huntley
Huolt
Hurl
Hurst
Hurteau
Hussain
Husty
Husty
Hutchinson
Hutchinson
Hutchison
Hutchison
Hutter
Huynh
Hyatt
Hynes
Illidge
Imler
Ince
Infanti
Ingham
Ingram
Intihar
Iosfin
Iosfin
Iqbal
Iredale
Irving
Irving
Isberg
Iseli
Iseli
Islam
Jack
REMUNERATION
EXPENSES
97,807
188,269
109,562
116,271
87,213
96,253
94,761
139,913
139,253
206,076
99,015
129,016
122,706
115,441
172,538
100,891
79,808
89,403
104,636
181,240
99,199
91,014
169,519
118,259
97,827
105,525
93,611
130,078
92,380
88,774
84,528
80,114
95,044
99,539
98,691
95,328
91,469
106,203
122,634
116,543
81,521
87,438
154,441
95,977
195,571
108,267
96,492
189,018
90,051
85,876
97,623
80,441
146,904
118,070
79,972
178,467
155,804
78,126
153,417
125,468
184,681
173,057
153,433
142,766
85,815
75,920
125,334
107,552
83,188
91,379
89,875
6,552
5,307
3,101
5,993
12,895
4,767
948
1,987
19,468
50,832
1,356
1,079
3,531
1,759
2,026
10,354
6,370
6,627
31,603
1,039
6,272
52
11,028
1,095
5,093
3,431
9,488
6,579
2,533
2,185
206
7,423
2,337
4,715
9,127
15,571
4,003
299
12,942
6,901
8,396
9,124
15,416
677
12,095
7,765
1,179
14,116
2,501
19,251
940
3,151
3,047
9,700
1,724
6,986
4,346
2,589
5,607
1,679
21,862
11,916
6,168
1,120
11,105
7,180
11,967
2,374
8,026
1,162
Run Date:
Run Time:
REMUNERATION
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F
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M
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M
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G
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M
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CJ
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S
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L
T
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S
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K
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E
P
EM
M
D
B
D
D
DM
I
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R
R
W
M
M
M
S
SM
T
F
Jack
Jacks
Jackson
Jackson
Jackson
Jackson
Jackson
Jackson
Jacob
Jacobson
Jacques
Jakumeit
Jakus
Jamba
James
James
Jamieson
Jane
Janes
Jang
Jang
Jangi
Janmohamed
Jansen
Jansma
Janusz
Janzen
Janzen
Jarales
Jaramillo
Jarl
Jarrett
Jarvis
Jarvis
Jasek
Jasicek
Jay
Jeans
Jeffries
Jens
Jensen
Jensen
Jensen
Jensen
Jessop
Jewell
Ji
Jiang
Jiang
Jiao
Jin
Jmaeff
Jobe
Johal
Johannesson
Johnson
Johnson
Johnson
Johnson
Johnson
Johnson
Johnson
Johnson
Johnston
Johnstone
Joles
Jones
Jones
Jones
Jones
Jongeneel
158,017
90,779
129,510
138,714
85,332
104,514
107,342
131,760
112,710
121,582
78,612
82,705
79,846
110,398
155,738
107,756
93,747
110,329
84,369
105,996
127,043
128,653
88,101
80,207
88,683
156,099
204,417
110,620
81,398
75,974
141,168
77,705
106,188
80,221
132,547
165,947
76,863
78,325
91,990
193,794
103,443
108,759
82,778
130,841
111,456
108,000
119,686
77,144
95,786
117,286
91,043
125,664
99,763
81,860
104,614
143,842
135,665
118,660
89,576
113,601
184,684
82,893
94,581
98,154
125,939
82,744
111,037
141,804
171,873
80,633
125,381
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EXPENSES
4,389
1,171
17,694
11,905
5,962
19,488
9,976
4,225
387
4,459
310
1,930
375
24,733
2,570
4,926
10,689
3,218
721
785
4,375
7,150
6,520
2,351
684
2,869
11,730
16,043
11,399
5,647
4,378
15,812
8,438
18,276
12,104
1,229
3,034
25,084
6,295
884
793
31,343
409
3,714
493
2,733
2,434
4,200
2,132
2,331
12,718
12,218
3,872
15,317
2,810
777
504
1,457
447
1,868
797
7,632
507
7,418
4,559
1,192
1,172
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R
G
P
A
P
CL
K
R
K
J
M
K
D
G
H
S
K
Jorde
Joseph
Joyal
Joyce
Joyner
Jubb
Juby
Judge
Julseth
Jung
Jurbin
Kaeley
Kaempffer
Kaempffer
Kahl
Kaila
Kainth
Kaiser
Kallin
Kallo
Kammerer
Kammerle
Kapalka
Karila
Kariya
Kariz
Karpiak
Karpinski
Karsan
Kasiri
Kask
Kassam
Kastak
Katunar
Kawasaki
Kay
Kazakova
Kazi
Keaney
Keats
Keefe
Keen
Kehl
Kehl
Keir
Keith
Keller
Kelley
Kelly
Kelly
Kelly
Kelly
Kelvin
Kemball
Kempf
Kempthorne
Kempthorne
Kendrick
Kennedy
Kenney
Kerr
Kerr
Ketchum
Khan
Khan
Khandpur
Khangura
Kho
Khosravi
Khurana
Kidd
REMUNERATION
EXPENSES
89,755
86,684
86,193
78,922
126,964
97,918
177,165
84,537
94,805
134,072
107,300
92,903
99,872
148,915
170,536
76,743
105,863
102,087
94,598
107,115
82,687
124,310
165,445
77,056
85,352
91,740
112,881
146,501
127,933
148,415
98,665
185,721
102,816
95,640
123,775
84,111
156,188
88,659
106,862
205,463
132,659
115,547
117,614
103,838
150,126
161,463
165,808
212,836
82,031
100,861
147,567
125,099
132,706
87,502
145,284
107,446
137,378
79,712
121,139
100,245
77,086
89,912
190,610
114,918
107,953
148,816
103,382
133,419
167,574
99,447
183,463
9,656
6,707
23,408
2,113
8,305
12,240
2,536
1,957
5,730
3,137
12,347
390
9,695
2,521
7,105
250
8,364
21,309
1,565
303
6,801
4,208
3,730
3,712
313
4,974
13,362
3,152
864
4,440
-462
673
2,247
401
1,134
2,621
7,024
930
52
6,994
2,338
1,204
13,298
9,593
8,165
5,884
10,499
41,123
79
4,501
18,371
17,255
3,514
5,244
4,607
13,491
34,555
3,546
7,523
6,555
15,332
165
16,784
801
603
5,100
3,591
5,155
16,462
14,248
11,726
Run Date:
Run Time:
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W
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G
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W
A
B
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T
M
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K
D
P
LW
I
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E
D
MJ
L
B
BJ
C
J
R
D
K
CH
A
W
P
M
T
K
AG
J
T
M
S
G
G
B
G
N
G
J
C
P
A
V
D
A
N
L
C
P
T
G
Kiing
Kikkert
Kilian
Killackey
Kilvert
Kim
Kimber
Kincade
King
King
King
King
King
Kingston
Kinnunen
Kinsley
Kirincic
Kirkland
Kirkwood
Kisby
Kiselbach
Kitt
Kiudorf
Kivilahti
Klassen
Klawer
Klick
Klimczak
Klovance
Klusiewich
Knackstedt
Knapp
Knight
Knoke
Knowles
Knowles
Knowles
Knowles
Knudsen
Knudson
Kober
Kobernick
Kobetitch
Kobzar
Koehl
Koehn
Koelling
Koenig
Kohut
Kojima
Kolnes
Komad
Konechny
Kong
Konkin
Konrad
Konradson
Kooiman
Koopmans
Kopola
Korner
Korteland
Kositsky
Kotaras
Koul
Kovacevic
Kovacs
Kowak
Kowal
Koya
Koyanagi
127,932
140,974
159,607
174,633
87,028
85,196
93,775
136,350
133,974
126,097
121,412
130,257
136,041
125,946
140,470
124,833
196,999
75,414
91,827
114,314
90,364
99,596
170,592
88,241
80,659
138,636
82,291
88,928
90,235
128,475
132,819
150,337
89,034
156,951
75,445
102,302
145,817
79,116
107,611
99,166
154,002
87,492
113,080
178,688
149,547
198,164
82,342
96,015
139,851
159,588
92,015
98,537
79,816
140,167
98,900
104,991
89,788
118,040
79,513
122,595
107,548
104,898
105,479
125,686
147,252
96,317
78,984
257,546
111,467
93,189
179,321
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EXPENSES
23,499
4,638
3,564
4,669
5,074
1,046
2,442
1,434
2,858
1,744
88
2,894
3,793
18,095
1,598
14,197
708
836
1,552
2,417
3,879
1,999
2,250
1,035
124
6,580
719
9,747
6,325
1,153
4,929
3,725
4,755
450
11,869
22,128
40
5,896
11,702
2,337
17,284
3,964
10,281
45,920
2,254
300
1,200
3,375
6,557
864
16,031
13,244
7,555
100
740
372
13,819
17,936
12,305
4,970
1,622
8,050
18,968
1,979
910
18,028
4,922
3,401
2,137
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Kozak
Kozak
Kozicky
Kozina
Krafczyk
Kraft
Kramer
Kramer
Krampl
Krebs
Kredba
Kreye
Kronebusch
Krug
Kruger
Krys
Kryuchkov
Krzman
Kube
Kuc
Kucharski
Kurczab
Kurschner
Kushniruk
Kusz
Kwallek
Kwan
Kwan
Kwok
Kwong
Kwong
La France
Labadie
Labelle
Lacheur
Lachuk
Lacoski
Ladyka
Lafaille
Laflin
Lagnado
Lai
Lai
Laible
Laidlaw
Laidlaw
Laity
Laity
Lal
Lally
Lam
Lam
Lam
Lam
Lamarre
Lambe
Lambe
Lambert
Lament
Lamont
Lamothe
Lancashire
Lance
Land
Lande
Lane
Lang
Lang
Lang
Lang
Lange
REMUNERATION
EXPENSES
86,385
82,118
132,281
136,003
130,047
123,976
84,317
170,721
123,845
105,179
81,122
142,315
276,220
92,846
114,033
94,425
77,988
125,988
114,159
145,109
154,146
80,581
232,360
78,704
79,746
103,931
140,972
117,403
115,160
127,287
152,111
103,028
130,151
125,613
153,135
122,797
213,929
110,408
89,201
94,267
148,385
85,294
108,295
128,197
132,587
102,547
91,108
151,322
79,960
128,640
140,922
108,406
106,478
129,673
254,219
134,818
113,658
104,613
107,697
115,287
102,128
132,161
89,809
80,592
80,373
104,440
119,218
77,847
185,538
90,480
98,482
3,593
688
28,954
7,736
204
3,779
2,073
11,087
4,840
8,256
8,378
11,142
23,353
1,343
3,332
6,085
2,798
4,371
10,808
5,537
1,927
1,435
13,474
2,032
1,277
2,586
1,071
1,114
904
4,316
19,505
14,499
25,464
2,741
4,535
5,155
1,695
6,094
12,580
853
1,374
9,352
975
15,391
20
8,367
7,657
975
788
7,972
1,254
1,196
659
2,399
9,261
3,815
36,603
10,882
3,094
709
10,863
38
4,378
756
1,402
3,087
94
19,808
4,878
1,383
Run Date:
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REMUNERATION
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M
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A
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B
A
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D
I
DG
J
A
AM
C
D
DP
G
H
K
N
PC
R
S
S
S
S
T
WB
E
J
C
C
D
D
G
L
DA
Lange
Lange
Lange
Langhorst
Langston
Lansink
Larga
Lariviere
Larsen
Larsen
Larson
Lastavec
Laturnus
Lau
Lau
Lau
Lau
Laudan
Laurie
Laurila
Laursen
Lautner
Lauziere
Lavigne
Lavrinoff
Law
Law
Lawrence
Lawrence
Laws
Lawson
Laycock
Layton
Lazarescu
Le Couteur
Le Couteur
Le Lievre
Leacy
Leaf
Leake
Leake
Lebeter
Lebrun
Leclair
Lecours
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee-Young
Legaree
Legault
Leggett
Legrand
Leier
Leigh
Leinbach
Leiske
189,553
78,542
102,549
91,913
97,400
137,450
100,827
118,624
169,766
131,114
79,983
90,261
84,103
105,578
192,304
153,166
107,204
153,268
143,730
117,207
83,101
83,799
85,144
95,098
121,574
113,093
115,623
102,751
138,775
126,993
88,042
110,293
138,301
109,899
131,930
132,419
137,689
170,984
106,791
116,738
107,796
278,413
101,409
220,414
126,479
152,605
150,591
141,793
88,943
94,567
96,245
154,154
109,463
79,616
96,147
147,355
77,609
84,796
118,682
127,863
132,117
87,904
102,263
99,675
84,666
83,966
111,856
178,636
105,084
102,059
169,818
13
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EXPENSES
3,313
1,986
705
26
19,078
15,739
3,006
8,056
11,885
3,301
663
5,001
11,924
3,197
25,383
5,638
699
3,137
3,293
4,049
13,100
2,257
17,625
4,529
4,999
2,563
9,632
1,950
14,130
22,021
8,203
1,994
11,363
987
18,303
1,965
2,078
22,052
15,667
2,053
21,096
1,989
42,844
11,740
3,262
1,149
2,902
1,884
1,283
1,874
3,049
2,199
100
3,397
6,532
2,091
4,747
4,139
14,270
2,178
48,117
22,946
17,576
1,477
2,315
14,197
1,845
2,101
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RC
GB
B
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Leite
Lemaire-Smith
Leng
Lenihan-Lefebvre
Lennox
Leon
Leonard
Leonard
Leong
Leong
LePage
LeRose
Leroux
Leslie
Leslie
Lesowski
Letkeman
Letkeman
Leung
Leung
Leung
Levchine
Levelton
Leveridge
Levesque
Lew
Lewis
Lewis
Lewis
Lewis
Lewynsky
Lezetc
Li
Li
Li
Li
Li
Li
Li
Li
Liang
Liberatore
Liddell
Lidstone
Lidstone
Liebich
Liedke
Lilleyman
Lim
Lim
Limchareon
Lim-Kong
Lin
Lin
Lin
Lincoln
Linden
Lindsay
Lindsay
Lintunen
Lintunen
Lipischak
Lipscombe
L'Italien
Little
Liu
Liu
Liu
Livesey
Lloyd
Lo
REMUNERATION
EXPENSES
109,484
98,127
122,003
84,556
122,641
106,257
214,091
154,887
128,544
85,291
79,570
77,358
160,907
86,071
101,907
108,076
128,594
127,305
119,724
204,015
119,366
114,952
110,417
105,009
153,312
86,525
112,032
90,641
131,756
90,202
131,490
95,689
127,908
141,592
107,071
81,548
90,638
88,645
111,902
147,108
129,782
114,128
134,204
165,533
119,055
118,263
134,478
137,003
83,145
105,881
76,239
104,130
169,084
95,184
81,318
84,742
118,136
96,735
88,115
226,332
121,738
98,219
83,490
81,913
216,443
81,662
97,118
142,759
97,942
110,186
100,363
949
1,811
248
4,093
8,633
980
5,177
7,006
8,898
100
1,820
4,333
1,256
727
2,775
1,573
901
10,219
1,378
6,114
3,418
808
9,116
14,624
1,770
389
24,593
1,173
37,867
821
30,670
4,274
200
3,064
416
6,806
3,876
1,734
5,612
47,562
1,913
3,501
5,884
1,839
2,571
1,992
1,485
3
3,774
20
839
1,892
1,001
991
864
28,513
5,005
911
8,331
1,356
2,137
11,337
8,161
4,201
1,083
11,702
1,644
2,567
1,259
Run Date:
Run Time:
REMUNERATION
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R
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G
O
D
M
HC
R
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M
KY
F
DW
C
M
W
L
D
M
CM
E
F
R
Lo
Lo
Lober
Lockhart
Loewen
Loewie
Lofstrom
Logan
Logie
Loh
Lohr
Lollar
Lombardo
London
Long
Longauer
Longland
Loo
Lopez
Lord
Lord
Lorenz
Loseth
Lotina
Lott
Louie
Louie
Louie
Louie
Louis
Loukas
Louko
Lovric
Low
Low
Low
Low
Lowdon
Lowe
Lowe
Lower
Loxam
Lu
Lu
Lu
Lu
Luan
Lucas
Lucas
Luchinski
Ludlow
Lui
Luis
Luis
Luk
Luk
Lukoni
Lukoni
Lum
Lundquist
Luney
Lunn
Luo
Luo
Lupul
Lussier
Lynn
Ma
Ma
Macario
MacArthur
115,694
89,922
88,799
176,615
132,913
125,910
103,116
87,666
78,836
168,446
88,038
144,115
185,882
271,227
83,147
99,186
102,421
105,331
155,734
94,728
85,519
134,282
102,896
98,971
136,264
110,135
143,571
94,144
91,612
105,941
104,978
114,679
102,413
88,726
79,543
104,872
120,082
101,010
124,705
88,267
87,038
128,840
113,883
130,160
172,944
96,392
136,725
80,869
83,391
118,347
103,343
83,144
89,114
82,632
170,921
75,849
103,450
117,858
170,182
197,058
202,658
134,206
108,582
115,165
96,177
169,142
101,684
161,127
87,997
118,748
163,422
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EXPENSES
1,087
4,087
4,667
4,326
39,403
3,049
14,792
6,545
10,671
4,118
1,762
34,449
7,397
1,540
17,870
2,923
4,323
1,004
10,992
2,482
5,643
1,268
2,308
984
898
1,255
485
600
3,079
358
2,205
5,953
9,885
1,405
9,534
428
13,568
15,206
11,291
150
3,253
13,147
3,283
24,663
3,057
5,550
2,841
12,198
8,785
5,101
376
21,657
510
7,700
4,025
6,294
8,269
3,447
35,995
4,980
3,269
12,359
1,815
4,300
5,375
2,596
9,516
6,060
6,949
14,155
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EA
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E
J
N
BC
R
L
Z
B
R
J
B
P
A
E
M
F
D
G
RE
C
S
Macauley
Macayan
MacDermid
MacDermid
MacDonald
MacDonald
Macdonald
MacDonald
MacDonald
Macdonald
Mace
Mace
MacFarlane
MacGillivray
MacGillivray
MacGregor
Macinnis
MacIsaac
MacKay
Mackenzie
MacKintosh
Mackus
Maclean
MacLean
Maclean
Maclean
MacLean
MacMillan
MacNeal
MacPheat
MacPherson
MacPherson
MacRae
MacRitchie
Maderyc
Madsen
Madsen
Magbojos
Magdanz
Mah
Mah
Mah
Mah
Mah
Mah
Maharaj
Mahay
Mahon
Mahon Welburn
Maiangowi
Mainprize
Mair
Majdanac
Mak
Malcolm
Malesku
Maletic
Malfair
Malic
Mallory
Malone
Mancor
Mandair
Mant
Mant
Mao
March
March
Marchant
Marcil
Marcil
REMUNERATION
EXPENSES
88,318
75,927
96,996
94,253
88,675
114,942
146,416
163,748
111,350
130,264
96,678
103,455
148,001
227,738
83,770
117,643
131,750
157,082
96,043
196,334
95,412
99,056
122,775
136,477
155,029
124,409
82,214
172,869
84,297
126,075
110,127
81,464
181,409
102,402
77,284
78,898
158,207
127,345
151,364
92,164
133,293
132,938
95,954
105,155
140,461
83,274
94,996
104,655
77,222
134,487
125,113
90,973
129,673
137,772
143,361
105,717
100,025
99,414
110,283
106,313
122,281
89,756
104,224
239,283
133,293
121,922
141,885
82,871
230,492
142,306
75,842
3,371
24,035
9,238
30,864
1,435
765
864
993
5,830
14,701
124
10,562
8,005
1,340
14,819
1,589
28,843
6,715
393
2,405
6,426
17,573
5,932
8,309
750
2,108
5,698
29,204
3,398
15,927
175
5,831
1,625
4,329
16,409
5,705
1,648
7,673
5,338
761
7,513
3,787
853
9,967
1,066
843
13,293
12,130
2,781
2,160
4,140
445
2,621
15,099
11,165
118
24,821
22,343
10,773
2,130
2,786
17,607
788
3,811
5,898
24,715
3,295
Run Date:
Run Time:
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G
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C
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D
D
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K
N
R
G
W
W
D
J
T
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TG
J
M
T
M
B
C
B
B
C
R
A
R
R
C
D
D
P
J
A
D
H
S
A
P
A
K
R
P
K
R
D
E
G
B
C
C
J
L
G
W
G
G
N
J
P
D
J
LA
Margesson
Marini
Mark
Markowsky
Marlowe
Marques
Marriott
Marsh
Marsh
Marshall
Marshall
Marshall
Marshall
Marshall
Marshall
Martel
Martell
Martensen
Martin
Martin
Martin
Martini
Martinich
Martiniuk
Martinow
Martyn
Maser
Mason
Mason
Masse
Masse
Masse
Masse
Massey
Mastromonaco
Mastromonaco
Matheson
Mathiasen
Mathiesen
Mathot
Matt
Matterson
Matterson
Matthews
Matthews
Mattock
Mau
Mauro
Maxwell
May
Mayenburg
Mayert
Mazariegos
Mazur
Mazzi
McAllister
McAstocker
McAstocker
McAstocker
McAstocker
McAstocker
McAulay
McAuley
McBride
McBurnie
McCallum
McCann
McCann
McCarthy
McClean
McClelland
108,039
116,519
89,282
103,759
116,126
140,564
105,479
101,702
86,469
169,528
132,046
82,439
77,673
161,262
84,530
90,744
176,070
164,753
119,670
110,056
116,976
81,128
136,729
82,028
110,024
110,054
95,647
172,673
84,035
176,836
132,485
85,158
130,080
115,218
135,995
84,579
266,732
79,683
166,220
131,523
118,260
99,783
80,401
126,207
94,126
110,997
90,651
110,641
102,400
157,357
85,842
84,884
80,815
84,452
94,483
102,165
100,313
95,519
103,734
88,345
143,603
156,147
126,474
178,188
85,809
87,007
142,838
111,422
109,947
165,477
146,185
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EXPENSES
51,464
4,724
116
4,232
745
13,463
10,912
7,728
1,857
24,070
9,102
1,015
12,139
3,595
2,896
23,975
45,562
643
13,736
171
11,305
809
1,906
1,655
2,540
2,480
3,631
8,846
460
19,912
1,614
10,742
2,575
1,529
8,970
5,089
6,731
904
1,131
7,791
7,387
831
10,809
1,220
6,833
4,045
10,212
4,707
1,994
2,534
350
415
117
2,054
4,973
10,787
15,581
6,595
292
9,093
11,537
7,890
16,386
1,582
9,456
5,408
28,029
5,863
555
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on behalf of employees during the year ended March 31 2010
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McColl
McCollor
McComb
McComb
McComber
McConnell
McCormick
McCormick
McCoy
McCredie
McCullough
McCullough
McCutcheon
McDonald
McDonald
McDonald
McDougall
McDougall
McDowall
McDowell
McEachern
McEwen
McFadden
McGee
McGillivray
McGough
McGowan
McGowan
McGregor
McGregor
McGuire
McInnes
McIntosh
McIver
McKay
McKay
McKay
McKendry
McKenna
McKenzie
McKenzie
McKenzie
McKenzie
McKenzie
McKenzie
McKeown
McKillop
McKillop
McKimm
McKinnon
McLatchie
McLean
McLean
McLean
McLean
McLellan
McLennan
McLennan
McMahon
McMahon
McMillan
McMillan
McMinn
McMinn
McMinn
McMinn
McNabb
McNaughton
McPherson
McPherson
REMUNERATION
EXPENSES
93,706
132,218
117,286
131,466
97,337
78,868
123,376
270,316
80,758
110,099
82,093
107,082
77,808
103,759
100,021
94,313
168,302
116,809
91,818
142,714
97,495
140,167
88,627
117,478
127,251
92,316
134,240
85,117
136,297
93,610
115,889
103,694
191,858
99,550
78,961
100,313
114,137
91,791
82,901
132,901
116,107
106,725
189,713
100,142
75,686
80,866
81,965
156,583
101,772
136,144
163,169
98,198
140,329
100,687
109,050
124,805
106,895
134,475
177,219
98,176
165,377
120,920
96,953
167,750
103,141
188,211
159,177
177,911
113,811
97,674
93,828
953
1,617
3,895
1,126
302
50,552
2,586
14,291
3,863
739
19,082
948
3,783
262
11,959
4,208
8,652
5,551
2,757
3,900
957
8,405
5,261
19,660
8,119
260
7,165
8,789
4,331
20,932
10,998
7,459
8,708
2,107
9,725
6,121
7,623
8,037
8,333
2,209
9,056
147
21,715
21,079
37,399
4,155
8,103
9,238
2,336
176
14,488
4,260
2,562
17,844
2,522
13,049
48,215
2,769
5,485
7,855
3,731
9,404
3,189
11,958
3,083
1,923
933
13,979
19,298
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Run Time:
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D
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McPhie
McPhie
McRae
McRae
McRae
McRae
McSherry
McSorley
McStay
McTaggart
McTaggart
McTavish
McWilliams
Meade
Meashaw
Megale
Meger
Meger
Meidal
Meilicke
Melchior
Mellett
Mellis
Mendoza
Mengering
Menu
Mercado
Mercereau
Merkley
Merrill
Mertens
Messer
Messerschmidt
Metcalfe
Mewhinney
Mexter
Meyer
Micholuk
Micholuk
Micovic
Micu
Middleton
Middleton
Middleton
Midttun
Miedema
Miki
Milenkovic
Milicevic
Millar
Millar
Millard
Miller
Miller
Miller
Miller
Miller
Miller
Miller
Miller
Mills
Mills
Milne
Milone
Miltimore
Minichiello
Misewich
Miskovich
Mitchell
Mitchell
Mitchell
79,038
94,461
79,434
80,400
80,219
96,242
231,215
126,849
114,424
96,325
116,091
156,666
96,659
88,603
95,685
112,382
133,565
85,116
116,627
111,667
181,198
147,490
129,976
75,119
102,130
93,587
115,932
114,585
124,178
115,910
84,577
111,600
86,981
95,813
116,337
95,510
128,289
150,919
98,949
133,887
110,102
75,203
93,709
138,043
123,852
117,101
108,734
91,050
94,424
81,782
76,134
181,216
117,817
158,660
140,408
94,307
131,321
81,907
88,040
105,278
118,833
125,710
168,056
183,482
87,323
75,242
220,814
111,660
204,961
105,415
107,800
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EXPENSES
10,221
1,033
1,042
4,658
8,752
1,401
1,403
105
6,687
4,200
2,287
4,429
3,956
1,031
350
6,485
27,054
15,072
353
4,587
49,496
14,713
4,119
306
18,616
17,107
6,019
11,221
5,646
994
2,672
9,377
4,637
1,151
9,788
8,053
1,586
5,530
5,298
1,042
10,609
5,208
1,305
24,163
793
5,529
4,565
313
8,039
4,332
438
1,692
493
2,784
1,793
55,961
3,543
3,583
2,103
689
4,526
1,270
6,469
3,949
26,847
10,228
8,177
18,556
468
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Mitchell
Mitha
Mithani
Mix
Miyazaki
Mohajeri
Mohammady
Moir
Mojelski
Mok
Mol
Moleschi
Moller-Hansen
Moloko
Moloney
Moniz de Sa
Monk
Monk
Monk
Montgomery
Montgomery
Montguire
Moo
Mooney
Mooney
Moore
Moore
Moore
Morales
Moran
Morand
Morandini
Moreira
Morello
Moren
Morency
Morgan
Morii
Morin
Morris
Morris
Morris
Morris
Morrison
Morrison
Morrison
Morrison
Morrison
Morrison
Morrison
Morrison
Morrow
Morton
Mosiuk
Mosley
Mossop
Motamedi-Sedeh
Mott
Mottishaw
Moul
Mounsey
Mounsey
Movahed
Mowat
Moxon
Mroch
Mudray
Muir
Mukerjee
Mukkavilli
Mulcaster
REMUNERATION
EXPENSES
85,852
153,873
132,376
102,174
138,262
98,113
95,836
148,655
84,202
102,928
179,909
76,942
92,660
79,719
102,553
81,939
110,052
78,743
176,900
123,905
211,510
82,352
146,051
85,008
93,626
108,841
100,414
118,614
104,740
129,091
162,722
122,181
110,109
98,229
112,139
124,433
256,464
113,037
92,993
222,410
81,020
94,311
154,709
148,867
87,814
155,951
106,815
89,694
94,673
114,088
139,741
148,378
152,849
112,956
108,359
90,889
82,518
119,078
82,663
127,659
98,437
97,342
83,591
126,736
176,262
172,221
120,399
98,224
130,266
136,012
93,519
12,586
11,382
26,773
716
3,122
18,827
17,513
1,962
13,600
2,261
759
1
3,502
1,844
793
5,724
6,639
20,208
2,391
1,565
4,910
2,249
2,562
459
5,310
17,916
2,342
1,286
25,054
6,143
633
12,527
564
6,495
4,093
200
8,045
1,419
208
1,377
23,739
2,796
3,487
3,077
3,774
9,313
2,023
4,491
13,106
15,664
31,187
9,574
8,655
4,433
7,939
355
8,289
14,989
6,926
9,221
7,380
28,041
9,924
4,445
1,381
2,602
730
Run Date:
Run Time:
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G
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Mullen
Muller
Mullin
Mullin
Mullin
Mulloy
Mumford
Munro
Munro
Munson
Munzer
Murphy
Murphy
Murphy
Murray
Murray
Murray
Murray
Muska
Mutukutti-Arachchige
Nadeau
Nadin
Nadin
Nadrozny
Nagle
Nagpal
Nagpal
Naherniak
Nahulak
Naisby
Nanra
Nash
Nassachuk
Naylor
Nazaruk
Neal
Neal
Neary
Neighbour
Neill
Neis
Nelson
Nelson
Nelson
Nelson
Nelson
Nelson
Nelson
Nelson
Nelson
Nemethy
Neubauer
Neubeck
Neuman
Nevills
Newcomb
Newell
Newhouse
Newland
Newson
Newson
Newstead
Nezil
Nezil
Ng
Ng
Ng
Nguyen
Nguyen
Nichele
Nichol
153,173
146,283
114,051
168,644
116,926
104,965
117,722
109,327
148,716
81,584
136,630
116,097
124,072
106,481
79,167
126,382
78,226
125,489
123,268
147,905
147,607
96,508
189,161
117,972
295,362
180,447
91,101
76,173
125,015
111,181
76,735
85,377
100,513
81,508
90,365
110,495
80,946
165,135
117,735
75,456
103,756
150,143
80,927
394,695
211,108
180,680
126,670
85,214
143,809
85,467
126,560
82,361
82,148
107,753
116,868
86,530
129,405
86,899
148,043
91,651
110,948
99,575
147,135
131,107
96,602
104,216
88,312
176,516
80,643
109,046
115,501
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EXPENSES
21,875
13,567
4,222
13,346
12,751
905
28,637
2,486
4,717
8,303
13,521
1,744
629
2,405
4,109
21,683
5,843
4,790
14,678
23,688
3,205
23,503
12,471
2,715
7,892
1,277
589
10,267
7,725
4,321
5,090
70
1,878
90
11,695
10,655
7,212
516
328
169
3,325
4,075
3,451
2,776
8,745
80
1,582
1,193
789
4,852
11,366
2,001
164
699
21,787
3,288
1,426
3,370
33,810
19,492
8,525
5,677
573
100
2,460
692
5,613
1,624
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Nichol
Nicholas
Nicholson
Nicklin
Nielsen
Nielsen
Nielsen
Nielsen
Nielsen
Nielson
Nijjar
Nikas
Nipp
Nishi
Niver
Nixon
Nixon
Noble
Noel
Noga
Norcross
Norman
Norris
Norris
North
Northcott
Novak
Nowicki
Nugent
Nundal
Nustad
Nyrose
Nzambu
Oakley
O'Connor
O'Connor
Odo
O'Ferrall
Ogawa
O'Grady
Ogushi
Oikawa
O'Krane
Olan
O'Laney
O'Laney
O'Laney
Olenick
Oleson
Olexyn
Oliver
Olivier
Olsen
Olson
Olsson
Olund
Olund
Olynyk
Omae
O'Malley
Onderwater
O'Neil
O'Neill
Ong
Onifade
Opatril
Orbeck
Orchard
O'Riley
O'Riordain
Ormiston
REMUNERATION
EXPENSES
125,655
89,951
176,813
97,696
101,453
82,079
107,431
140,499
121,098
76,930
95,590
145,915
133,246
123,029
94,490
124,942
155,297
108,084
103,868
117,236
290,067
96,903
91,882
107,203
140,483
125,069
80,901
77,859
94,638
154,555
136,741
113,697
75,107
158,315
132,823
119,819
133,147
111,977
92,003
137,299
100,316
106,825
106,171
118,290
132,130
162,023
153,933
86,267
90,910
137,458
115,866
91,891
196,327
109,106
89,647
130,749
87,950
143,237
85,933
207,054
95,962
103,304
134,079
100,528
159,052
85,125
165,835
118,099
372,880
86,087
80,322
2,292
1,973
17,447
3,545
8,371
3,380
8,634
28,140
12,497
573
1,193
17,677
1,872
2,196
917
6,653
9,850
7,078
177
28,114
48,258
8
13,130
1,089
8,395
8,054
12,412
10,112
12,034
2,738
2,179
17,143
638
8,677
5,539
9,203
1,087
7,619
4,424
12,178
4,871
429
645
8,275
3,035
4,772
2,814
983
12,568
13,201
9,386
1,514
166
1,653
14,291
15,152
11,098
565
12,036
3,010
1,889
2,877
8,889
4,995
75
9,490
11,528
11,840
5,120
1,809
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Run Time:
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S
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G
GA
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GR
W
I
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MM
B
V
S
C
B
R
P
D
M
J
Orr
Osborne
Osin
Ossipchuk
Ostberg
Oswell
Ouellet
Ouellet
Oussoren
Owens
Paddock
Page
Pagels
Paisley
Paivio
Palliardi
Palmer
Palmer
Palmer
Palmer
Pancho
Pandher
Pandor
Pang
Pannu
Panozzo
Papaspyros
Parker
Parker
Parker
Parkin
Parmar
Parmar
Parmar
Parr
Parry
Parsons
Partridge
Pasowisty
Passey
Pastro
Paterson
Patouillet
Patterson
Patterson
Pattinson
Patton
Paulsen
Paulson
Pavlik
Pavlik
Pavlov
Payne
Payne
Payne
Peace
Peachey
Peck
Pecuh
Pedersen
Pedersen
Pederson
Pedrosa-Gossen
Peebles
Peebles-Adams
Peel
Peever
Pekeles
Pelletier
Pelletier
Peng
173,078
102,958
184,387
122,179
125,534
112,441
124,510
139,869
80,013
118,835
159,908
106,786
90,509
127,259
127,408
131,337
78,343
100,883
133,267
109,945
116,274
104,055
123,977
79,835
106,770
84,428
98,583
90,019
111,002
111,951
113,806
220,416
107,813
92,802
89,406
125,694
89,076
111,866
151,885
105,489
82,001
259,798
139,204
78,060
100,771
139,355
81,539
92,697
132,087
125,086
146,724
77,423
138,573
92,021
78,750
130,201
142,989
126,579
103,964
77,813
137,950
92,507
106,610
156,806
134,349
160,425
127,055
250,800
88,872
124,955
109,999
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EXPENSES
3,092
6,444
2,365
898
9,064
9,037
2,837
2,243
6,046
3,048
3,121
2,080
11,262
856
15,314
618
1,257
19,754
1,280
6,897
9,377
5,020
4,028
1,934
3,805
41,127
2,683
2,401
1,850
7,427
8,682
864
3,985
2,288
3,922
23,847
1,885
4,150
3,471
3,691
619
364
14,373
14,548
14,195
12,006
3,149
5,211
12,495
10,520
253
300
5,286
6,112
617
732
465
7,425
1,967
984
114
7,364
5,393
15,751
13,749
20,025
1,117
7,950
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Penner
Penno
Penno
Penny
Penrose
Peralta Rodriguez
Percell
Percival
Percy
Perepolkin
Pereszlenyi
Perfanick
Perfect
Perigo
Perkins
Perkins
Perkull
Peron
Perro
Perron
Perry
Perry
Perry
Peters
Peters
Peters
Peters
Peters
Petersen
Petersen
Petkau
Petricevic
Petrie
Petrikovic
Petrovic
Petrovic
Pettigrew
Peturson
Pflueger
Phang
Philbrook
Phillips
Picassi
Piccolo
Pidcock
Piderman
Pierce
Pietramala
Pighin
Piilo
Pijanka
Pilkington
Pillon
Pilutik
Pimer
Pinder
Pineau
Pinkenburg
Pinkenburg
Pitis
Pjecha
Platt
Player
Playfair
Plesa
Plumptre
Plunkett
Po
Poirier
Poirier
REMUNERATION
EXPENSES
151,657
145,211
86,048
88,963
107,001
125,882
115,849
166,961
124,951
157,132
83,265
123,778
138,000
106,150
99,986
112,060
137,434
85,421
111,992
99,044
84,550
106,891
99,354
182,600
111,267
109,368
82,592
145,433
123,102
166,180
107,042
91,608
79,392
103,771
92,543
105,240
78,662
131,073
75,407
83,292
85,186
90,485
81,512
110,640
113,761
108,873
101,802
89,653
78,953
173,422
207,996
116,936
88,146
149,407
88,019
118,097
83,517
147,347
78,670
92,002
147,927
112,193
105,918
103,357
80,777
137,161
146,293
81,242
76,364
89,777
78,365
228
1,662
7,543
1,599
1,919
1,246
9,675
35,318
21,676
1,068
1,984
5,771
1,816
39,126
11,661
12,463
6,796
5,834
2,643
444
15,641
2,781
3,854
10,576
6,816
1,455
1,939
1,684
10,152
2,802
864
3,240
10,829
4,276
906
8,714
12,780
5,095
2,194
219
7,641
586
11,804
5,474
6,643
933
645
9,148
12,416
1,823
17,583
10,608
5,411
40
2,631
13,600
20,851
7,594
3,203
1,800
2,809
1,706
1,786
9,213
856
2,950
5,383
12,710
Run Date:
Run Time:
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R
R
V
M
M
N
M
A
A
M
L
S
P
J
J
H
K
A
S
KJ
S
RG
G
W
G
S
D
T
M
S
J
S
G
Poirier
Poisson
Poisson
Polkinghorne
Pollock
Pollock
Pollon
Pommier
Poniz
Pooli
Pooni
Pooni
Popat
Pope
Pope
Pope
Popek
Popoff
Porter
Porter
Portras
Posoukh
Potts
Poulin
Pountney
Powell
Power
Poweska
Pozzo
Pradhan
Prain
Prescott
Prestwich
Prettejohn
Prevost
Price
Price
Primus
Primus
Pring
Prinja
Prinsloo
Prinster
Prior
Pritchard
Procter
Provinciano
Prpic
Pryce
Pryce
Prystai
Psutka
Pugh
Puhlmann
Puhlmann
Pulford
Pulford
Punch
Qamar
Quakenbush
Quan
Quan
Quast
Quast
Quiazon
Quibell
Quinn
Quinn
Quon
Quon
Rachel
98,472
82,983
240,458
83,926
130,832
136,129
97,052
124,814
109,192
86,423
77,465
81,072
81,852
227,443
91,408
158,184
137,675
119,424
98,884
103,104
90,370
89,922
151,444
112,763
123,306
128,878
147,932
226,442
119,117
117,862
82,244
109,423
154,297
93,877
82,121
77,207
107,291
119,339
85,831
147,139
114,865
93,159
107,035
120,384
114,232
127,646
82,641
141,663
91,575
113,234
89,427
118,678
90,718
77,021
91,221
100,750
112,191
139,341
83,013
129,545
133,106
142,711
123,949
156,506
114,973
103,073
87,987
152,075
131,929
122,595
150,084
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EXPENSES
11,573
2,024
21,767
1,384
404
22,179
9,031
609
733
6,215
4,945
495
11,788
28,913
2,256
5,255
17,322
14,320
9,788
14,143
6,839
1,664
13,598
2,492
19,429
18,946
951
6,536
2,727
1,734
3,606
202
26,478
1,202
7,864
476
1,700
21,311
11,555
12,107
1,177
303
532
2,755
4,186
18,453
433
1,585
3,085
4,560
969
14,449
864
380
1,133
3,635
2,964
2,007
14,974
3,594
825
7,726
9,564
6,661
793
9,521
274
10,698
2,951
8,815
20,150
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AS
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RG
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A
DE
RG
F
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B
H
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TJ
M
V
SJ
MJ
D
J
S
C
Rad
Radmacker
Radom
Radziwon
Rae
Rae
Raghunathan
Rahn
Rail
Raina
Raja
Rajaee Rad
Rajoo
Rajora
Rampton
Ramsey
Rand
Rapin
Raska
Rasmussen
Rasmussen
Rathlef
Ratnam
Ratzlaff
Rauch
Raven
Rayan
Raymer
Raymond
Razavi Darbar
Razlog
Read
Reavley
Rebman
Receveur
Receveur
Reda
Reed
Reed
Reed
Reed
Reese
Reid
Reid
Reid
Reid
Reid
Reid
Reid
Reid
Reid
Reid
Reid
Reid
Reidy
Reilly
Reimann
Reimer
Reimer
Reinders
Reis
Reitz
Remfert
Rempel
Rempel
Ren
Renaud
Reschke
Reyes
Reynolds
Rhodenizer
REMUNERATION
EXPENSES
80,322
77,008
98,283
121,436
87,812
128,522
76,682
132,179
108,070
85,839
133,032
80,218
82,238
114,898
138,376
202,848
95,171
128,041
116,565
121,781
106,902
145,588
109,721
128,614
84,962
133,497
116,362
91,463
108,734
101,047
156,016
121,441
109,745
113,500
122,250
171,087
101,540
98,109
99,948
126,759
113,319
84,017
80,004
146,172
341,284
110,502
149,225
106,596
125,628
123,712
92,296
94,500
259,971
188,734
86,677
111,276
223,053
89,528
83,094
135,776
101,562
122,480
204,059
166,238
92,790
75,616
107,410
158,974
88,511
122,270
233,031
5,942
4,237
6,781
5,247
14,412
2,939
8,584
7,419
1,348
1,123
530
1,749
5,737
3,665
1,492
5,579
14,754
1,855
3,460
15,004
5,843
4,686
12,417
3,808
856
2,110
18,483
15,427
3,002
6,034
3,941
1,285
11,106
2,910
15,744
49,538
2,222
7,712
6,906
2,107
89
2,172
3,813
26,143
19,940
4,240
40,567
15,163
1,991
2,913
3,345
6,668
9,800
6,307
2,020
422
7,723
15,083
926
7,231
12
24,398
8,907
1,233
12,450
4,694
3,035
7,527
Run Date:
Run Time:
REMUNERATION
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L
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DA
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G
G
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E
L
RC
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W
A
A
M
J
J
V
S
P
D
Q
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I
G
J
M
C
IL
R
B
R
P
R
W
W
Rich
Richard
Richard
Richards
Richardson
Richkum-Chung
Richmond
Richter
Richter
Rigbey
Ringham
Rispin
Ristock
Ritchey
Ritchie
Ritchie
Rittinger
Roaf
Robb-Szabo
Roberge
Roberts
Roberts
Robertson
Robertson
Robertson
Robertson
Robins
Robinson
Robinson
Robinson
Robison
Robitaille
Roblin
Roddick
Rodgers
Rodrigue
Roesler
Rogan
Rogers
Rogers
Rogers
Rogers
Rogers
Rollier
Roman
Romas
Romuld
Rooney
Rosemann
Roset-Crawford
Ross
Ross
Rossetti
Rossouw
Rother
Roux
Rowe
Rowe
Rowlands
Roy
Rozzano
Rucker
Ruckstuhl
Ruel
Rugge
Rusk
Rusk
Russell
Russell
Russell
Russell
192,478
80,335
99,967
170,696
142,905
77,487
112,952
116,787
138,348
215,177
76,328
93,402
111,509
137,272
106,369
82,079
161,084
111,626
77,484
78,352
133,147
103,151
100,264
127,610
83,798
101,461
81,885
135,877
154,664
206,613
89,630
111,691
102,406
92,257
121,115
88,105
114,761
82,726
149,638
118,145
83,835
89,549
311,854
119,383
119,568
148,684
83,091
174,229
124,016
98,913
124,703
157,490
83,838
115,342
129,532
158,835
100,636
84,327
117,855
86,827
93,124
82,793
190,527
138,023
102,699
98,711
146,118
148,118
78,585
90,265
91,124
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EXPENSES
3,500
2,505
993
1,330
20,466
25
979
7,751
2,218
25,040
5,757
636
228
996
8,245
993
9,786
91
8,835
11,929
3,450
821
7,915
12,346
4,548
15,253
8,493
9,713
9,087
23,671
2,618
13,452
5,847
11,105
588
738
4,125
12,888
12,494
4,033
486
7,067
202
9,578
4,035
16,533
2,269
13,048
4,113
2,312
1,085
6,667
2,819
8,833
22,164
6,278
6,763
1,976
7,814
1,009
5,900
14,255
3,219
2,139
600
1,410
642
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JM
AM
L
L
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GM
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B
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P
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A
O
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D
D
J
J
R
H
R
H
D
B
S
Ruth
Rutherford
Ruttan
Ruzycki
Ryan
Ryan
Ryley
Saari
Sadeque
Sadik
Sahota
Sahota
Sahota
Sakamoto
Salazar
Salehi Parast
Salh
Saliken
Salt
Sam
Samadi Bahrami
Samis
Samra
Samson
Samson
Samson
Sanders
Sandferd
Sandferd
Sandhu
Sandulescu
Sanghara
Sanjenko
Sarai
Saremba
Sarginson
Sarroca
Sartor
Sartorio
Sass
Sathu
Saunders
Savage
Savidant
Sawada
Sawatsky
Sawatsky
Sawatzky
Sawka
Sawkins
Sbitney
Scales
Scarborough
Schaffer
Scheck
Scheck
Scherer
Schimpel
Schittecatte
Schmidt
Schmidt
Schmidt
Schmidt
Schmitz
Schneider
Schnell
Schoemeyer
Scholefield
Schonewille
Schorn
Schroeder
REMUNERATION
EXPENSES
195,481
138,446
114,264
142,255
87,415
98,038
126,467
186,996
81,539
141,946
124,953
128,891
89,992
116,246
110,964
94,332
161,089
111,480
103,532
141,638
83,665
84,243
120,422
115,798
77,888
133,244
125,311
135,854
175,093
86,436
159,873
78,417
115,678
117,212
75,154
91,373
90,945
77,037
155,932
77,720
110,461
116,733
89,182
150,765
145,486
140,448
248,361
85,190
82,621
136,044
94,130
111,056
120,288
113,136
83,100
118,160
135,344
114,165
109,615
97,636
164,756
156,289
87,485
101,101
83,422
89,351
97,390
90,744
120,475
101,140
82,086
1,512
25,634
9,702
7,227
1,073
4,284
24,692
3,567
3,451
4,604
19,991
2,566
4,550
12,259
834
1,319
12,164
15,919
7,093
856
240
1,614
4,176
2,299
846
734
303
14,211
5,988
200
2,465
480
1,009
4,100
2,813
1,729
454
864
11,432
865
8,280
509
2,499
4,419
4,444
9,703
13,034
303
3,973
166
18,144
5,223
915
3,221
22,141
24,794
865
4,490
10,152
1,047
890
1,882
2,364
391
4,557
7,686
2,361
3,379
12,251
Run Date:
Run Time:
REMUNERATION
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M
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H
RS
S
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F
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CM
S
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P
L
X
JK
J
M
R
D
D
R
D
S
D
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N
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GA
P
R
D
N
KA
RJ
B
G
D
R
M
A
J
J
D
E
D
W
J
Z
R
L
M
Schubak
Schubert
Schulkowsky
Schulte
Schultz
Schultz
Schulz
Schumaker
Schummer
Schwartz
Schwartz
Scorse
Scott
Scott
Scott
Scott
Scott
Scouras
Sears
Sebastian
Sebastiano
Seery
Segarty
Seitz
Seki
Selak
Selnes
Semenyna
Semkew
Seneviratne
Senger
Seo
Serko
Serrano Ferre
Seto
Seto
Seto
Seto
Seto-Kitson
Setsikas
Sevenhuysen
Sexton
Shackerley-Bennett
Shafi
Shah
Shah
Shak
Shanks
Sharma
Sharma
Sharman
Sharpe
Shaw
Shaw
Shearing
Shearing
Sheedy
Sheergar
Sheffer
Sheikh
Shepherd
Shepherd
Sherbot
Sherry
Sherwood
Shin
Shirley
Shivji
Shoemaker
Shoji-Lee
Shore
144,034
75,614
106,351
93,928
129,014
108,158
118,953
144,437
77,796
91,230
141,148
110,698
139,378
81,843
117,811
113,293
92,783
164,938
80,453
120,944
155,907
84,918
102,795
82,589
122,787
129,070
151,651
126,402
104,465
93,946
154,740
113,196
77,418
99,541
85,047
121,818
80,655
115,874
128,162
103,242
151,456
78,722
79,733
148,405
86,963
103,698
93,078
93,020
84,117
123,609
90,445
180,347
96,298
108,034
113,993
80,946
147,254
80,662
101,646
124,837
127,075
81,744
138,247
80,335
143,482
129,400
96,716
156,768
218,460
265,255
127,253
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EXPENSES
7,706
5,891
6,632
452
2,276
11,957
79
1,437
80
15,828
12,132
12,678
1,187
620
13,481
4,306
3,987
3,188
6,379
13,278
6,331
3,783
1,746
15,247
2,684
1,087
1,233
6,887
3,052
13,490
9,381
3,340
9,763
12,512
2,773
24,517
697
28,044
1,690
661
29,367
956
7,895
3,675
1,087
7,875
3,210
1,328
6,762
1,489
2,857
7,987
11,465
4,828
3,653
13,772
2,692
5,829
4,473
4,221
5,765
2,090
3,327
3,726
1,734
1,323
11,711
6,882
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HA
J
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M
M
M
M
M
Shott
Shrubsall
Shtokalko
Shtokalko
Shu
Shum
Shuster
Shwetz
Shwydky
Shykora
Sicotte
Siddoo
Sidhu
Sidhu
Sidhu
Sidney
Siebold
Siega
Siemens
Siew
Siksik
Sillje
Sills
Silsbe
Silver
Simmons
Simmons
Simpkins
Simpson
Simpson
Simpson
Simpson
Simpson
Sinclair
Sinclair
Sinclair
Singh Joginder
Singleton
Sinnott
Siu
Siu
Skabeikis
Skalenda
Skidmore
Skoczylas
Slader
Sloan
Slobodin
Slotte
Smando
Smart
Smiley
Smiley
Smirnov
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
REMUNERATION
EXPENSES
110,001
108,832
169,943
138,921
81,081
84,125
196,066
125,062
113,690
115,335
84,362
140,817
99,940
115,109
86,700
157,159
103,950
150,888
92,567
156,978
98,485
98,672
81,749
125,348
76,877
140,879
134,383
94,875
139,389
94,472
152,350
96,479
95,524
78,675
97,733
93,105
153,673
178,011
84,732
151,138
208,661
93,602
131,851
134,184
77,162
89,844
110,168
127,127
137,132
120,587
101,874
85,337
260,386
97,253
99,416
153,869
170,585
115,882
159,198
93,088
82,711
92,125
160,560
120,305
95,227
81,206
156,083
92,573
108,163
123,039
161,931
2,288
5,522
8,758
303
9,167
864
8,196
3,196
1,572
9,090
4,934
864
1,846
2,483
2,860
2,165
3,198
1,572
2,382
3,873
7,586
7,006
8,134
35,110
2,374
227
54,109
128
41,407
668
9,580
4,020
5,533
11,666
17,933
4,659
6,489
5,118
4,813
149
3,484
461
617
16,717
4,494
557
3,114
5,456
17,525
3,290
343
26,560
8,516
4,352
3,913
1,385
229
260
6,478
757
161
4,804
2,515
12,400
615
36,030
7,793
Run Date:
Run Time:
REMUNERATION
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T
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B
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JM
B
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T
J
T
K
JA
C
F
FU
W
B
R
R
J
C
D
M
DN
R
D
K
G
BM
G
W
P
I
GK
T
S
P
P
P
E
G
M
D
J
JS
P
G
G
J
B
P
K
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smyth
Smythe
Snelling
Snow
Sofield
Sokoloski
Sokugawa
Solanki
Solari
Soles
Soliman
Solmundson
Soloshy
Somerville
Somerville
Sones
Sonnenberg
Sorace
Sorace
Sorensen
Soroka
Spalteholz
Sparks
Sparshu
Spence
Spencer
Spencer
Spinney
Spivak
Spohr
Spring
Sproxton
Sreckovic
St Germain
St Germain
St Germain
St Pierre
Stacey
Stack
Stack
Stadey
Staff
Stafford
Stafford-Smith
Stamelias
Stanciulescu
Standbrook
Standen
Standfield
Stangl
Stanley
Stanway
Stark
Stark
Statler
Stauffer
Staveley
157,540
85,606
111,514
83,442
83,992
115,352
106,784
97,337
115,710
130,507
90,403
161,772
130,558
80,010
159,570
133,816
91,181
246,765
269,398
115,706
116,668
75,352
119,935
130,125
77,581
136,270
158,712
134,949
135,002
128,325
114,995
130,640
87,557
84,855
116,614
100,199
185,251
106,936
89,779
99,441
137,902
120,006
114,628
105,168
137,237
97,334
138,577
119,928
151,505
76,997
134,905
128,594
109,718
128,687
93,252
104,328
112,679
159,201
85,004
110,943
227,135
81,961
87,322
172,697
123,071
101,992
106,252
124,569
95,704
152,922
110,794
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EXPENSES
3,285
6,317
4,826
876
381
212
302
5,206
9,070
19,453
1,950
2,496
16,114
2,281
3,466
8,312
303
26,305
7,581
5,021
1,763
6,891
367
856
30,295
5,452
3,454
7,275
6,299
389
1,426
8,057
9,436
3,536
10,895
3,502
1,194
4,135
17,273
459
13,137
572
1,274
4,072
4,139
403
1,674
15,521
11,360
354
37,654
939
17,929
3,438
731
922
6,754
75
7,550
9,607
2,205
39
11,646
38,291
6,059
11,836
54,920
400
7,105
3,617
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L
M
RL
N
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RK
W
JH
D
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Stawychny
Steele
Steele
Steemson
Stefan
Steidle
Stein
Stein
Steine
Steinson
Stender
Stephens
Stephenson
Stephenson
Sterrett
Stevens
Stevens
Stevenson
Stevenson
Stewart
Stewart
Stewart
Stewart
Stewart
Stewart
Stewart
Stewart
Stewart
Stewart-Burton
Stich
Stiemer
Stirrat
Stites
Stocker
Stocks
Stone
Stout
Strachan
Strachan
Strain
Struyk
Stuber
Stuckert
Stumborg
Su
Sue
Suen
Sukumar
Sulyma
Sumpter
Sunga
Sutherland
Suvagau
Sveinson
Sveinson
Svendsen
Swan
Swann
Swanson
Swanson
Swanson
Swanson
Sweeney
Sweeting
Switzer
Swoboda
Sy
Sydor
Syed
Symington
Szabo
REMUNERATION
EXPENSES
104,037
124,350
140,226
104,552
102,392
94,215
99,604
127,608
97,043
134,818
256,181
96,128
93,952
180,060
148,964
84,483
139,041
122,013
77,291
137,822
94,190
84,636
293,423
125,354
184,984
92,913
129,073
150,955
79,401
78,266
100,319
147,335
144,771
90,028
117,917
86,537
149,414
115,947
119,039
183,358
144,693
97,920
285,311
175,173
122,661
139,763
142,325
145,662
132,138
121,583
128,864
119,931
129,516
135,890
103,873
85,570
75,898
80,279
79,393
76,848
86,783
217,612
83,183
98,034
143,551
182,464
91,614
107,946
114,100
101,073
77,210
15,026
21,912
39,320
3,998
5,647
1,678
3,438
2,682
5,672
8,007
51
1,492
11,985
2,032
6,837
526
1,339
5,049
26,140
770
1,510
4,778
13,542
5,135
1,471
5,304
23,135
3,110
7,304
10,466
1,193
6,552
168
3,528
12,236
8,708
19,298
11,847
1,345
2,917
3,794
12,560
4,747
13,296
2,415
10,468
10,496
1,876
392
3,346
1,011
14,735
17,358
793
17,435
594
245
6,169
942
1,270
6,414
1,140
6,429
3,479
8,702
3,428
2,929
10,244
23,896
4,963
Run Date:
Run Time:
REMUNERATION
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RP
X
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DG
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JW
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B
K
A
D
D
T
T
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A
B
D
G
J
K
L
L
M
TW
T
W
J
Szeto
Szeto
Szeto
Szumik
Taaffe
Tabe
Tactay
Tagseth
Tait
Tait
Takai
Talbot
Tam
Tam
Tamehi
Tammen
Tan
Tan
Tan
Tande
Tande
Tang
Tang
Tang
Tannenbaum
Tao
Tarampi
Tarzwell
Tasker
Taylor
Taylor
Taylor
Taylor
Taylor
Taylor
Taylor
Taylor-Lane
Teasdale
Tegart
Telford
Terpstra
Terragni
Tetrault
Teufel
Theman
Then
Therrien
Thibault
Thibault
Thibodeau
Thingvold
Thomas
Thomas
Thomas
Thomas
Thomas
Thomas
Thome
Thompson
Thompson
Thompson
Thompson
Thompson
Thompson
Thompson
Thompson
Thompson
Thompson
Thompson
Thompson
Thomson
137,884
101,310
117,422
173,006
75,638
190,902
127,475
90,924
77,922
126,218
83,150
214,741
79,245
173,364
119,229
147,702
140,359
123,445
130,646
77,847
119,551
109,275
136,392
136,814
133,188
138,604
138,812
84,090
89,640
180,357
84,131
143,659
107,219
105,876
110,568
84,481
75,621
84,712
149,683
118,880
184,629
153,292
101,253
81,707
201,439
108,549
97,036
106,600
79,413
86,729
126,853
134,402
88,436
99,151
103,310
115,038
100,401
165,231
116,188
113,096
148,063
112,481
108,241
96,113
95,625
94,756
124,318
197,323
163,459
112,727
232,094
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EXPENSES
4,450
2,234
2,113
13,653
6,474
3,474
2,855
738
126
7,843
3,406
4,904
475
1,764
2,626
9,988
1,772
3,752
990
4,004
9,422
7,516
1,624
7,329
4,707
6,462
7,656
1,721
434
8,877
11,754
31,214
8,563
4,378
6,124
518
73
8,361
432
10,343
6,778
3,719
4,259
957
10,682
4,945
7,967
2,323
2,128
29,688
8,583
9,038
3,419
1,436
956
10,882
2,897
4,525
25,900
11,299
1,233
33,786
250
13,373
2,610
1,580
21,181
8,429
5,912
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B
P
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M
M
G
E
N
BR
R
J
R
R
Thomson
Throop
Tiedemann
Timney
Ting
Titus
To
Tober
Todd
Tolkamp
Tom
Tomkins
Tompkins
Tone
Tong
Toole
Toom
Toop
Tooze
Toppazzini
Torgrimson
Torrens
Torrie
Tough
Townie
Townsend
Townsend
Trapp
Trarup
Travers
Travers
Tremblay
Trent
Trevitt
Trider
Trigardi
Trono
Troughton
Trudeau
Trudel
Truhn
Truong
Trustham
Tsang
Tsang
Tsukishima
Tu
Tugade
Tulloch
Tung
Turnbull
Turnbull
Turner
Turner
Turner
Turner
Turner
Turra
Tuson
Tutt
Twa
Ty
Tykhnenko
Udell
Udovich
Uittenhout
Underhill
Underwood
Unger
Unger
Ungless
REMUNERATION
EXPENSES
130,318
108,432
152,630
78,138
75,511
129,450
124,399
84,478
148,752
175,294
76,489
92,367
125,005
76,003
115,076
123,998
187,607
108,120
157,500
131,962
224,863
104,135
142,848
131,759
212,552
101,503
102,217
147,879
172,392
95,610
132,646
101,790
86,130
99,042
136,126
89,119
76,253
86,633
94,730
127,894
116,872
111,866
119,673
98,679
160,376
115,164
121,124
214,233
105,985
109,768
81,463
127,480
92,477
84,598
157,726
133,109
164,401
104,343
97,205
131,858
126,534
98,706
100,085
227,352
99,756
89,517
91,533
135,710
181,375
103,434
141,598
4,478
2,212
8,224
975
2,050
2,343
3,857
15,745
302
1,304
10,789
1,854
2,146
210
20,788
845
8,252
678
856
14,405
17,372
13,463
2,027
8,810
3,339
1,301
1,771
11,074
1,480
4,074
10,415
2,654
1,861
9,763
3,867
65,169
7,719
12,106
5,039
13,504
607
1,976
12,536
18,297
21
4,065
10,947
20,667
2,700
1,250
3,081
388
3,178
12,477
3,138
3,181
1,562
3,414
20,055
7,472
2,728
1,748
3,621
3,544
21,292
6,387
15,196
Run Date:
Run Time:
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M
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L
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K
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L
S
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B
D
S
K
JM
D
Uprichard
Urquhart
Utgaren
Vadgama
Vadgama
Vafaei
Vaksdal
Valdez
Valente
Valente
Valiquette
Valli
Vallor
Valois
Van Camp
Van Dam
Van Den Born
Van Dijk
Van Gassen
van Halm
Van Hinte
Van Horne
Van Loon
Van Nieuwland
Van Roode
Van Ruyven
Van Slageren
Vanagas
Vanags
Vandenberg
VanDenBrand
VanderKwaak
Vanderkwaak
Vanderkwaak
Vandeventer
Vanegas
Vanjoff
Vankayala
Vanson
Vargas
Vassilev
Vatne
Vazinkhoo
Veary
Veloso
Velthuijzen
Venables
Venkatramani
Verhoeve
Verjee
Verschoor
Vestergaard
Vicente
Vickers
Vidas
Viereck
Villa
Villanueva
Vince
Vincent-Lambert
Vine
Vipond
Visser
Vivian
Volpatti
Von Alkier
von Hollen
von Minden
Vorland
Vos
Vosburgh
119,029
136,866
118,639
80,910
93,799
115,627
159,601
83,690
79,678
86,650
117,366
101,191
131,136
242,037
170,133
124,956
199,672
122,445
120,896
120,549
113,797
92,202
117,218
191,790
113,380
408,161
112,585
224,019
94,715
123,641
85,546
85,782
75,133
156,363
144,200
122,682
161,586
160,753
76,454
110,729
140,506
155,169
153,024
107,809
134,669
98,656
103,679
125,387
135,457
139,865
139,091
103,061
191,446
93,022
126,026
234,638
133,206
94,590
107,785
86,823
101,479
111,853
86,860
138,203
141,193
156,962
117,170
166,625
157,272
99,327
106,264
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EXPENSES
2,999
7,514
10,751
39,949
45,772
1,990
1,470
1,633
249
10,667
8,730
17,302
14,048
21,273
13,762
4,603
6,283
13,938
12,478
2,183
5,515
14,283
12,197
2,219
14,160
41,937
438
4,286
120
7,874
9,269
4,236
11,262
3,349
17,370
3,598
1,043
3,446
1,679
4,366
4,186
371
15,365
4,752
303
1,811
1,109
7,230
2,166
8,243
1,090
5,429
10,062
4,955
8,333
2,950
40,842
3,545
5,963
2,318
1,743
7,352
6,243
7,001
30,755
33,031
13,045
9,244
6,938
31,317
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JC
C
LV
A
C
J
J
R
T
E
Voss
Voute
Vowles
Vranesic
Vrecko
Vujicic
Vye
Waardenburg
Wagner
Wagner
Wagner
Wagner
Wagner
Wahl
Waite
Waite
Waiz
Wakeling
Waldmann
Wale
Walk
Walker
Walker
Walker
Walker
Walker
Walker
Walker
Walker
Walker
Walker-Larsen
Walkowski
Wallace
Wallace
Waller
Walls
Walls
Walsh
Walsh
Walsh
Walsh
Walter
Walters
Walters
Wan
Wang
Wang
Wang
Wang
Wang
Ward
Ward
Ward
Ward
Wardrop
Wardrop
Wareham
Wark
Warner
Warren
Washbern
Wassing
Watrich
Watrich
Watson
Watson
Watson
Watson
Watson
Watson
Waugh
REMUNERATION
EXPENSES
143,448
104,942
128,950
98,148
79,896
99,426
106,808
90,754
96,260
100,988
140,158
206,671
143,550
125,315
114,467
99,209
154,385
98,419
110,655
118,883
140,864
92,720
90,366
92,042
125,849
76,895
99,143
138,676
113,706
168,805
89,154
157,681
147,841
140,734
204,288
136,706
117,916
145,617
121,736
158,242
131,825
110,097
110,549
157,876
122,659
121,462
82,244
89,525
109,660
88,716
78,776
112,280
126,095
96,468
140,062
116,636
114,219
101,623
172,122
158,504
130,590
90,268
155,161
229,600
136,787
100,226
97,069
79,374
124,038
124,224
121,427
12,688
4,614
2,312
1,416
5,460
5,225
4,697
7,079
596
15,865
27,352
14,331
8,012
1,227
1,590
7,502
2,756
22,768
675
27,549
303
883
6,832
1,939
36,175
2,443
3,445
30
794
24,242
15,898
691
10,002
633
6,561
20,909
1,837
9,799
2,550
3,145
667
44
10,312
1,572
12,260
4,788
2,918
3,114
10,149
3,551
40,956
2,775
8,153
3,258
4,055
8,496
17,204
3,911
14,366
6,389
2,625
3,006
3,791
10,545
8,339
16,605
20,548
2,937
3,755
1,830
Run Date:
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DG
F
L
O
RG
T
W
J
K
B
K
M
Weagle
Webb
Webb
Weber
Weber
Webster
Weclaw
Wedgewood
Weeks
Wei
Weiler
Weir
Welburn
Wellborn
Wells
Wells
Welsh
Welsh
Welwood
Wen
Wen
Wen
Wenzlaff
Weremi
Wersta
Wertz
Weslowski
Westbrook
Weyell
Whale
Wheater
Wheeler
White
White
White
White
White
Whitehead
Whitson
Whitson
Whittaker
Whittaker
Whorley
Wichmann
Widmer
Wiebe
Wiegand
Wiens
Wiens
Wiens
Wilby
Wilcox
Wild
Wile
Willey
Williams
Williams
Williams
Williams
Williams
Williams
Williams
Williams
Williams
Williams
Williams
Williamson
Williamson
Willington
Willis
Willox
140,034
88,753
113,574
109,618
101,897
102,907
126,032
96,042
112,568
107,044
83,304
122,781
81,027
84,226
176,257
82,458
165,385
100,660
92,565
82,717
93,643
95,602
97,623
78,646
77,327
129,984
121,869
99,493
150,234
134,596
101,755
123,592
78,881
95,679
146,996
128,822
78,233
129,080
76,497
115,724
118,054
125,858
82,835
82,191
93,076
146,286
129,422
82,000
76,967
99,951
77,530
108,379
132,476
189,286
92,020
80,947
91,309
123,689
105,469
168,255
155,117
111,981
159,890
118,400
142,063
166,306
113,700
93,983
76,301
155,852
97,254
25
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12:07:18PM
EXPENSES
4,550
64
2,318
6,402
579
38,559
1,885
7,575
6,031
303
4,918
11,046
1,627
973
15,472
2,320
6,225
14,723
9,526
2,689
3,174
3,719
1,734
2,169
2,797
33,452
13,834
4,474
4,365
9,858
2,642
3,556
2,004
12,889
1,127
14,681
200
3,542
2,170
23,801
8,215
9,328
2,816
14,833
1,358
8,138
283
8,573
482
5,282
2,317
2,903
14,452
1,327
11,662
1,649
1,043
1,935
1,708
2,085
13,804
3,024
4,511
509
9,591
10,948
2,364
591
626
2,302
7,638
Report ID: HYFIA001
HYDRO
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Statement of Remuneration paid to employees and Expenses paid
on behalf of employees during the year ended March 31 2010
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S
E
C
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SM
M
D
H
A
BS
B
C
C
J
J
M
S
S
T
T
V
A
MJ
B
L
M
S
GW
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R
M
W
E
J
K
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M
A
A
G
K
S
G
M
L
D
J
M
M
Wilmsmeier
Wilson
Wilson
Wilson
Wilson
Wilson
Wilson
Wilson
Wilson
Wilson
Wilson
Wilson
Winkelmann
Winkler
Winsor
Winter
Wisniewski
Withers
Witt
Witt
Wodinsky
Woeste
Woiken
Woiken
Wold
Wolfe
Wolter
Wong
Wong
Wong
Wong
Wong
Wong
Wong
Wong
Wong
Wong
Wong
Wong
Wong
Woo
Woo
Wood
Wood
Wood
Wood
Woodbury
Woodcock
Woodford
Woodlock
Woodman
Woodwark
Woodworth
Worden
Worden
Wotten
Wou
Woudwijk
Woznesensky
Wozny
Wright
Wright
Wright
Wright
Wu
Wu
Wutschnik
Wyant
Wyatt
Wyndham
Wynne
REMUNERATION
EXPENSES
141,768
95,212
165,617
82,564
133,437
100,364
107,335
84,095
136,233
98,586
125,737
102,215
167,656
102,621
129,656
113,542
112,306
209,690
100,861
97,314
111,209
102,240
139,985
81,920
116,121
87,618
193,975
82,317
102,095
117,829
108,117
105,031
109,081
93,689
84,506
127,977
120,973
109,068
113,790
90,005
141,109
75,626
93,595
118,842
75,741
97,835
149,496
105,970
81,256
115,605
150,906
125,193
152,827
114,231
97,595
82,817
111,117
86,178
76,457
115,036
102,365
143,137
86,729
77,500
128,149
101,957
99,931
86,262
82,337
77,211
170,470
3,617
6,751
2,140
5,317
4,290
5,111
7,724
8,107
6,702
11,670
8,446
6,722
27,981
7,610
5,105
821
6,635
28,685
11,107
2,727
381
9,041
5,939
8,600
596
7,114
5,888
858
134
8,089
2,592
303
2,207
3,625
1,322
2,766
260
958
122
9,487
4,087
9,085
10,883
3,864
6,500
1,912
6,400
876
6,214
166
1,875
1,042
2,131
4,998
1,745
5,856
358
12,044
23,707
4,291
9,479
4,713
847
856
2,100
50
7,384
7,972
Run Date:
Run Time:
REMUNERATION
D
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C
H
H
X
S
H
L
M
N
S
M
P
NY
C
D
J
B
L
S
C
S
S
W
K
J
GS
R
T
H
ML
B
C
E
G
G
S
D
E
L
L
S
F
P
T
P
B
L
J
H
D
T
JN
V
J
E
M
S
R
R
P
T
W
A
B
K
L
M
W
Xausa
Xiao
Xiao
Xu
Xu
Xu
Xu
Yada Seto
Yan
Yan
Yan
Yan
Yan
Yanciw
Yang
Yap
Yaremko
Yarjau
Yarjau
Yasinowski
Yau
Yaworski
Ye
Ye
Yep
Yetman
Yeung
Yick
Yim
Yim
Yim
Ying
Yip
Yochim
Yoo
Young
Young
Young
Young
Youngson
Yu
Yu
Yu
Yurkovich
Yusuf
Ywaya
Yzerman
Zabeti
Zacharias
Zachow
Zadra
Zaki
Zanatta
Zaporzan
Zarin
Zarov
Zarubiak
Zaruk
Zeller
Zemenchik
Zemlak
Zeni
Zerbe
Zerr
Zhan
Zhang
Zhang
Zhang
Zhang
Zhang
Zhang
110,064
77,636
81,055
78,032
89,892
111,513
103,884
91,644
85,989
133,715
77,371
118,822
85,407
85,245
121,661
76,655
232,296
124,733
137,935
96,679
83,642
104,913
104,492
102,605
77,400
114,612
75,784
95,135
273,722
87,686
102,919
75,455
228,190
80,249
117,125
117,576
110,106
75,426
109,649
89,805
79,940
131,334
101,595
368,218
119,048
90,671
75,800
115,345
220,812
181,267
123,203
116,022
138,015
153,806
175,183
128,533
125,167
120,258
135,166
140,990
103,823
126,811
123,641
215,024
107,591
88,240
116,572
77,156
78,259
87,576
82,301
26
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12:07:18PM
EXPENSES
4,216
2,417
1,946
968
3,813
303
6,933
2,458
12,671
817
1,004
2,090
1,431
14,961
1,493
87
6,219
27,795
2,939
3,618
2,086
2,846
2,881
17,851
1,062
17,581
1,449
13,171
12,421
2,631
845
5,686
2,933
5,986
2,797
3,082
16,459
13,116
1,264
5,131
1,179
3,890
1,161
7,382
7,902
5,388
2,302
3,350
2,710
7,919
3,227
1,246
792
12,934
3,303
11,869
14,683
13,416
7,655
8,955
6,681
5,937
8,369
12,481
6,929
7,801
1,134
4,824
460
2,100
Report ID: HYFIA001
HYDRO
Statement of Remuneration paid to employees and Expenses paid
on behalf of employees during the year ended March 31 2010
REMUNERATION
EXPENSES
110,766
158,655
117,657
100,672
135,867
158,479
90,256
86,235
165,148
89,874
88,982
81,943
95,657
86,426
208,570
83,808
84,062
125,511
1,786
48,735
2,407
2,554
19,547
1,820
1,639
12,467
8,764
1,229
15,922
2,550
522
13,297
26,658
13,393
10,254
40,231
Employees Under $75,000:
129,743,902
6,448,598
Grand Total:
569,579,405
32,359,339
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Zhang
Zhang
Zhao
Zheng
Zhu
Zieske
Zilberman
Zilcosky
Ziola
Zobel
Zoerb
Zolis
Zolotoochin
Zrinyi
Zucker
Zulak
Zwygart
Zylstra
Employer's share of EI and CPP
17,947,334
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Run Time:
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EXPENSES
Report ID: HYFIA002
HYDRO
Statement of Accounts of $25,000 or more paid
during the year ended March 31 2010
Ace Overhead Services Ltd.
150,756
Ace Traffic Control Ltd.
0723024 B.C. Ltd
69,437
Acklands-Grainger Inc.
0734275 B.C. Ltd.
48,448
Acme Visible Filing Systems Ltd
0697864 B.C. Ltd.
0763101 BC Ltd.
158,055
ACR Group Inc.
0769167 B.C. Ltd.
74,946
Action Environmental Services Inc.
0777792 BC Ltd.
30,518
Action Sports Advertising Inc.
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Run Date:
Run Time:
1
2010/09/23
11:42:08AM
55,561
59,691
3,324,831
230,759
42,795
133,504
25,484
Acumen Consulting Limited
103,604
0780838 BC Ltd.
115,401
0782508 BC Ltd.
29,140
Acumen Engineered Solutions
122,133
0795280 BC Ltd.
90,036
Acuren Group Inc.
878,568
0798619 BC Ltd.
197,439
Adacon Consulting Ltd.
135,889
0820744 BC Ltd
42,739
Adam Fischer
94,445
0831372 BC Ltd.
35,225
Adam Roberts
169,129
0839657 BC Ltd.
105,577
101 Industries Ltd
97,103
Addy Power Ltd.
1034 Tokyo Resources Inc
28,511
Adelser Inc
Adams Diving And Marine
1121598 Alberta Ltd.
167,618
Adept Vegetation Management Inc.
3 SI Risk Strategies Inc
193,742
Adm Associates Inc.
3105412 Nova Scotia Company
619,436
Advance Group Conference Management
3777 Kingsway Portfolio Inc.
115,678
Advanced Consulting Emergency Management
3DInternet
3M Canada Company
4 Pines Motel
458002 BC Ltd.
90,890
2,579,396
55,504
102,629
Advanced Energy Systems 1 LP
Advanced Excavating and Utilities
Advanced Mobile First Aid & Safety
Advanced Powerlines Ltd.
46,212
439,765
71,707
381,179
62,027
304,784
40,123
1,278,698
360,449
64,372
2,646,268
26,493
45,839
Advanced Telemetrics International
4Refuel Canada Ltd.
45,835
AECOM Canada Ltd
508115 BC Limited
174,893
Aedon Consulting Inc.
705,844
521474 BC Ltd.
155,784
Aerial Contractors Ltd.
2,293,427
525183 B.C. Ltd.
73,707
Aerofreeze Systems Inc
99,854
590590 BC Ltd
86,235
AeroGo Inc
4DGIS Ltd.
668824 Alberta Ltd
676376 B.C. Ltd.
6851479 Canada Inc.
339,859
77,822
118,409
881,314
26,275
Aerotek ULC
204,095
Aevitas
213,212
AGD Services Ltd.
101,042
38,354
686313 B.C. Ltd.
84,820
Aggreko
A & D Flagging Services
59,723
Agrium Inc.
1,693,920
168,156
AIC Advanced Industrial Composites Inc.
1,080,408
129,988
Aiglette Holdings Ltd
266,202
178,920
Air Liquide Canada Inc.
147,182
A & M Timber Terminator
A & S Chen Holdings Ltd.
A. Turner Sales Ltd.
A.C. Paving Co. Ltd.
A.D. Fisher Contracting
A.E. Concrete Precast Prod.Ltd.
A.J. Nickerson Excavating
A.L.L.L. Traffic Control & Safety
A.R. Thomson Group
A.T. Maintenance Plus Contracting Ltd.
ABB Inc.
Abdul M. Mousa
Absorbent Products Ltd
Abstract Registry Services Ltd.
AC Petroleum Sales
Accenture Business Services of B.C.
Accenture Inc.
48,123
Airborne Imaging
72,491
Airclean Engineering LLC
5,505,156
Airflow Energy Ltd.
494,640
Airgas Canada Inc.
680,089
Airspan Helicopters Ltd
68,932
610,629
Air-Temp Energy Systems Inc.
Al Bolger Consulting Services Inc.
45,884
121,660
31,702
37,969
701,019
25,639
251,608
Alan A. Kay Associates Inc.
40,467
50,710
Alan J. King
93,984
89,229
Alan M. Walsh
56,200
Alaskan Copper & Brass Company
42,088,497
60,954
102,519
141,965
Alberni-Clayoquot Regional Dist
37,164
151,687,737
Alberta Electric System Operator
884,021
Alcatel-Lucent Canada Inc.
715,373
15,575,361
Acclaim Ability Management Inc.
332,277
Acclaro Management Corporation
3,355,000
Alchemist Transport Inc.
Alexander Mackenzie Hotel
83,872
28,997
Accomodation and Real Estate Services
27,965
Algo Communication Products
434,027
Accounts Recovery Corp.
69,739
Aligned Floor Coverings Inc.
332,551
27,253
All Power Traffic Services
197,862
267,286
All Safe Traffic Control Inc
Accurate Gauge Ltd.
Ace Flagging
Ace Manufacturing Metals Ltd.
39,900
Allnorth Consultants Limited
68,967
363,718
Report ID: HYFIA002
Allteck Line Contractors Inc.
Allwest Reporting Ltd.
Alouette River Mngt. Society
Alpen Helicopters Ltd.
Alpine Glass Windows & Doors Ltd.
Alpine Paving (1978) Ltd.
Alpine Pole Maintenance
Alstom Canada Inc.
Altair Lighting
Altec Industries Ltd.
Altoft Helicopter Services Ltd.
Aluma Systems Canada Inc.
HYDRO
Statement of Accounts of $25,000 or more paid
during the year ended March 31 2010
34,439,796
126,261
45,672
Argo Building Maintenance Ltd.
Argus Technologies Ltd.
ARI Financial Services Inc.
114,633
Arinso Canada Inc
33,824
Ark Holdings Ltd
165,526
Armada Steel Corp.
532,479
Armature Electric Ltd.
28,434,421
40,536
23,514,084
Arrow Helicopters Inc.
131,715
Arrow Installations Ltd.
Arrow Lakes Power Corporation
40,780
Arsenault Tree Service
Amec E&C Services Ltd.
AMEC Geomatrix Inc.
105,059
Artcraft Display Graphics Inc.
61,813
Artemis Wildlife Consultants
37,877
337,142
Artiss Aminco
ASB Heating Elements Ltd.
Ashlu Creek Investment LP
69,461
ASI Group Ltd
Amix Salvage & Sales Ltd.
96,695
ASL Environmental Sciences
Ampco Manufacturing Inc.
57,547
Asplundh Canada ULC
41,581
Associated Engineering(B.C.)Ltd
Andrew Sheret Ltd.
30,018
84,902
93,713
1,296,943
35,612,923
67,988
254,408
71,242
163,069
99,622
2,638,978
64,085
115,841
66,134
163,414
1,235,451
Amirix Systems Inc.
Andre M. Cordonier Trucking
77,700
Ashley-Pryce Interior
American Governor Company
Andec Agencies Ltd.
18,200,494
171,245
Armtec Limited Partnership
31,018
6,764,927
58,513
175,258
Armtec Holdings Limited
78,205
AMEC Americas Limited
2010/09/23
11:42:08AM
165,313
Alvarez & Marsal Business Consulting
AMC - Security By Design Inc.
Run Date:
Run Time:
2
Armstrong Crane & Rigging Inc.
Alum-Tek Industries Ltd.
Amacon Construction Ltd.
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Associated Lock & Supply Ltd.
36,761
27,211
7,361,696
89,364
39,752
45,446
ASTC Science World Society
110,300
1,094,689
Astraf Construction Ltd. 2002
67,217
Andritz Hydro Ltd
130,803
Astral Media Radio G.P.
85,284
Angee Watanabe
119,947
Astrographic Industries Ltd.
60,541
Andritz Hydro Canada Inc.
Angus Reid Strategies
62,318
AT&T Meter Services
Anil Kumar
75,833
ATCO Structures & Logistics Ltd.
212,713
88,288
3,114,680
Atlantic Renewable Energy Corp
96,548
Anjapeg Enterprises Limited
202,603
Atlas Anchor Systems (B.C.) Ltd
36,335
Annex Consulting Group Inc.
183,074
Atlas Copco Compressors Canada
Anixter Canada Inc.
Anritsu Electronics Ltd.
Ansan Industries Ltd.
Aon Reed Stenhouse Inc.
Apex Communications Inc.
Apex Industrial Movers
Apollo Sheet Metal Ltd.
A-Power Line Contracting Ltd.
43,958
558,823
9,787,788
286,211
1,230,141
48,775
308,063
Atlas Tree Services Ltd.
75,768
122,958
Atlin Tlingit Develpment Corporation
29,230
ATS Automation Inc.
26,835
Attune LLC
Auburn Tree Service
Aurora Resource Consulting
Aurora Tree Inc.
APP Engineering Inc.
38,932
Austin & Denholm Industrial Sales Inc.
Applied Industrial Technologies Ltd.
31,243
Autodesk Inc.
April Lynette Ingham
35,000
Autogas Propane Ltd.
Apt Industries Ltd.
72,168
Automatisation Grimard
34,837
293,641
44,867
1,174,010
89,993
239,671
64,604
2,151,030
Aqua Chem Enterprises Ltd.
132,809
Autopro Automation Consultants Ltd.
Aquaterra Corporation Ltd.
116,886
Avenue Machinery Corp.
558,207
Arbor-Art Tree Service Ltd.
398,801
Aviat Networks Inc
Arborwest Consulting Ltd.
100,719
Aviation Power & Marine Inc
50,909
Arbuckle Consulting Group
28,788
Avrio Corporation
28,780
Arc Petroleum Inc.
77,364
Axis Security Strategies Ltd
49,433
100,987
82,497
Arcas Consul. Archeologists Ltd
191,367
Ayre Investments Ltd.
200,245
Archer CRM Partnership
139,761
Azimuth Consulting Group Inc.
106,662
Archie's Trucking Ltd.
419,671
Azimuth Management Consultants
130,239
ArchiText Consulting
107,873
B & B Compudraft Ltd.
253,443
Arcprint & Imaging Ltd.
317,432
B & B Valves & Fittings Ltd
ArcTech Welding & Machining Ltd.
31,545
B & D Excavating
25,145
32,691
Arctic Power Systems B.C. Ltd.
9,383,649
B & G Power Systems Ltd.
939,190
Arctic-Jaco Ventures
6,479,395
B & T Line Equip. Testers Ltd.
174,860
Areva T&D Inc
5,319,350
B Konkin Powerhouse Solutions Inc
58,524
Report ID: HYFIA002
B&M Auto-Craft Collision Ltd.
B. Gin Enterprises Ltd.
B. Hutton Marketing Ltd.
HYDRO
Statement of Accounts of $25,000 or more paid
during the year ended March 31 2010
Page No:
Run Date:
Run Time:
3
2010/09/23
11:42:08AM
26,359
Bel Volt Sales Ltd.
27,033
306,195
Beldon Sales Ltd.
117,328
Bell Canada
315,032
57,954
B.A. Blacktop Ltd.
227,411
B.C. Air Filter Ltd.
25,939
B.C. Bearing Engineers Ltd
165,974
B.C. Buildings Corporation
82,907
Bell Conferencing Inc.
28,156
Bella Coola Air Ltd.
31,779
Bella Coola Redi-Mix Ltd.
Belpacific Excav. & Shoring Ltd
45,971
638,601
B.C. Conservation Foundation
397,881
Bennett Land Surveying Ltd.
B.C. Enertech Ltd.
102,279
Bentall LP
195,851
B.C. Fasteners & Tools Ltd.
118,131
Bentley Systems Inc.
153,741
B.C. High Voltage Industrial Services
189,517
Bernard & Partners
B.C. Hydro & Power Authority PensionPlan
40,098,023
Best Buy Canada Ltd.
92,112
173,023
1,560,308
B.C. Master Blasters Inc.
119,058
Best Power Solutions Inc.
B.C. Online
361,294
Best Western
208,355
B.C. Pavilion Corporation
171,570
Beverly J Bach, In Trust
445,160
50,375
Beyond Compliance Inc.
36,383
Beyond Expectations
30,502
Bfi Canada Inc.
27,511
B.C. Pole Control
B.C. Teachers Federation
103,950
B.C. Wood Recycling Ltd.
40,806
B.F. Roofing Ltd.
B.R.E.C. Traffic Control
B.T. All Powerline Const. Ltd.
684,802
57,873
168,194
BG Controls Ltd.
Bgc Engineering Inc.
BHeX Contracting Ltd.
78,556
98,840
348,654
28,182
B3 Industrial Ltd.
29,418
Bicknell Hydro Consulting
Babcock & Wilcox Canada Ltd.
86,718
BIF Contracting
44,841
Backus Racing Recreation Sales & Service
44,116
Big Bend Equities Inc.
26,908
Bad Ventures Ltd.
Badger Daylighting LP
Baker & Osland Appraisals Ltd.
212,991
Big Steel Box
198,590
49,652
64,829
Bighorn Helicopters Inc.
763,337
45,695
Bisco Engineering Inc
181,734
Bandstra Transp. Systems Ltd.
228,985
Bishop of Victoria
Bank of Montreal
617,339
Bishop's First Aid Supplies and Services
119,906
Bit Stew Systems Inc
652,591
BJW Construction Ltd
66,442
Bannerman Enterprises Inc
Baoding Tianwei Baobian Electric Co. Ltd
Barrie Mackay Contracting Ltd
Barry Hamel Equipment Ltd.
Barry's Bulldozing Ltd.
Barsness Sales & Services
Baseline Archaeological Services Ltd.
69,029
5,811,216
113,017
33,325
422,684
BK Short Engineering Ltd
Black & Mcdonald Ltd.
Black Box Canada Corporation
28,290
25,925
4,922,297
41,697
31,282
Black Press Group Ltd.
128,899
86,228
Black River Contracting Ltd.
221,204
Basler Electric Company
722,723
Blackburn Excavating Ltd.
210,200
Batch Power Measurements Ltd.
242,739
Blackcomb Helicopters LP
1,347,705
Battery Direct Vancouver
46,389
B-Line Consultants Ltd.
Bayly Communications Inc.
63,677
Bloomberg Finance L.P.
BBA
61,004
BLRCA Contract Management Services Ltd.
111,166
BC Cargo Trailers
34,409
Blue Pine Enterprises Ltd.
228,508
BC Crime Stopper Advisory Board
25,000
Blue Spruce Resources Inc.
108,473
BC First Nations Energy & Mining Council
25,039
Blue Water Systems Ltd.
249,053
506,831
Bluefish Communications
BC Housing Management Commission
BC Hydro Hockey Tournament
BC Hydro Power Pioneers
Bc Liquor Distribution Branch
27,258
251,510
34,013
BMC Software Canada Inc.
BMS Integrated Services Inc.
BMT Fleet Technology
BC One Call Limited
251,457
BMT Isis Ltd.
BC Public Interest Advocacy Centre
138,789
Bobcat Country Sales Inc.
BC Sustainable Energy Association
229,459
Bogdonov Lerer Engineering Inc.
Bear Mountain Wind Limited Partnership
Bearing & Transmission
Bear's Tool Testing & Inspections Inc.
Beaumont Timber Company Ltd.
4,679,630
64,011
265,989
71,533
225,964
96,582
39,165
183,224
2,562,305
31,953
475,891
62,438
52,533
Bolton Eclectic Services
262,799
Bonaparte Indian Band
29,830
Bonita J. Thompson
97,280
Bonniebrook Industries Ltd.
28,802
Beaven Property Services Inc.
207,802
Bontebok Holdings Ltd.
Beaver Electrical Machinery Ltd
295,454
Boondock Development Ltd.
Beck Drilling & Environmental
760,136
Boralex Ocean Falls LP
Beedie Construction Ltd.
334,587
Borden Ladner Gervais In Trust
Bekins Moving And Storage
955,981
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
36,944
103,447
2,246,850
19,306,344
3,376,507
Report ID: HYFIA002
Borradaille Consulting & Inspection
Bosmon Steelworks Inc.
Boston Bar Ltd. Partnership
HYDRO
Statement of Accounts of $25,000 or more paid
during the year ended March 31 2010
90,650
130,769
2,739,202
BV Electric Ltd.
C & D Technologies Inc.
C Tech Development Corporation
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47,514
413,760
66,565
Bourcet Holdings Ltd.
87,305
C&E Group Inc.
Bowen Island Municipality
61,949
C. Baggett Logging Ltd.
Boychuk Consulting
45,323
C. Boehringer & Associates
Brace Industries Inc.
424,291
C.E. Jones & Associates Ltd.
69,189
Bracewell & Giuliani LLP
153,823
C.G. Industrial Specialties Ltd
226,589
Brains Ii, Inc.
27,251
C.S. Cheung Consulting Ltd.
213,276
Bramcon Project Consultants Ltd
94,721
C.W. Carry Ltd.
Brand.LIVE Management Group Inc.
68,250
CA Canada Company
Brandt Tractor Ltd.
35,013
CA Inc.
Bree Enterprises Inc
65,092
Cadillac Fairview Corporation Ltd.
Brenntag Canada Inc.
173,232
Calco Equipment (B.C.) Ltd.
719,859
94,010
188,405
58,581
895,231
95,625
289,070
37,216
Brentwood Gate Homes LP
48,930
Caliper Mach. & Hydraulics Ltd.
Bresco Industries Ltd.
94,388
Callewaert Construction & Consulting Inc
Brews Supply Ltd
46,397
Cam Tran Pacific Ltd.
Brian Burk
88,822
Cambria Gordon Ltd.
255,948
Brian Purvis
42,926
Cambridge Lee Industries Inc.
106,223
Cameron Management Services Inc.
218,689
Bri-Ann Enterprises
209,183
31,059
112,933
33,728,635
Bridge River Indian Band
33,059
Camosun College
116,912
Bridge River Supply Ltd.
36,370
Campbell River Salmon Foundation
295,283
988,697
Campbell River Traffic Controllers
58,588
Campbell Scientific (Canada)
57,934
Can West Cutting & Coring Ltd.
80,050
Canada Culvert
67,451
Canada Green Building Council
92,290
Bridge Strategy Group
Bright Ideas Event Co-ordinators Ltd
Briland Nanaimo Projects Ltd.
Brilliant Expansion Power Corporation
Brioche Urban Baking Ltd.
Brisco Wood Preservers Ltd.
84,613
1,124,002
19,986,727
46,888
13,535,338
Canada Metal (Pacific) Ltd.
45,440
Britco Leasing Ltd.
103,532
Canada Post Corp.
British Columbia Ferry Services Inc.
208,094
Canada Power Products
188,764
52,500
Canada Safeway Limited
387,774
British Columbia Hockey League
8,538,466
British Columbia Institute of Technology
412,778
Canada Scaffold Supply Co. Ltd.
29,276
British Columbia Magazine
118,650
Canada Wide Media Limited
73,878
Canadian Autoparts Toyota Inc.
47,414
Canadian Business for Social
31,590
British Columbia Safety Authority
British Columbia Transmission Corp.
Broadwater Industries Ltd.
52,865
260,953,928
73,590
Canadian Communication Products Inc.
65,323
Brocor Construction Ltd.
152,381
Canadian Dewatering LP
Brookfield Global Relocation Services
278,132
Canadian Drafting & Engineering Supply
Brookfield Properties (Vancouver) Ltd.
33,779
Canadian Electricity Association
509,832
Brooklynn Contracting Ltd.
52,500
Canadian Forest Products Ltd.
440,299
Brooks Corning Company Ltd.
51,357
Canadian Freightways Ltd.
102,165
Canadian Helicopters Ltd.
Brooks Meter Devices
203,668
26,333
172,026
1,136,656
Brown & Oakes Archaeology
76,163
Canadian Home Bldrs Association Of BC
Brownstone Adera Projects Ltd.
38,535
Canadian Hydro Developers Inc.
Bruce Musgrave
78,980
Canadian Hydropower Association
111,077
Bruel & Kjaer North America Inc.
32,866
Canadian Linen & Uniform Service
96,328
Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters
63,228
Brush Electrical Machines Ltd.
1,237,885
34,118
11,173,065
Bryan C. Harrap
26,428
Canadian Maritime Engineering (Victoria)
46,854
Bryan-Yayaatulayc Excavating
33,256
Canadian Mini Warehouse Properties Limit
75,950
Bry-Mac Mechanical Ltd.
89,027
Canadian Mountain Holidays Inc.
BTY Group
165,977
Canadian National Railway Co. (VN133920)
Budget Rent A Car
107,650
Canadian Pacific Railway Company
39,543
103,444
83,988
Buffalohead Mountain Holdings
34,575
Canadian Rope Access Specialists
Building Owners & Managers Association
55,799
Canadian Standards Association T6160
415,432
Canadian Tire Corporation Limited
312,154
Burndy Canada Inc
339,957
86,498
Burntsand Inc.
27,290
CanaSteel Rebar Services Corp
51,800
Business Council Of B.C.
25,917
Canbar Inc.
32,659
Butler Brothers Supplies Ltd.
35,855
Can-Crane Specialists
47,220
Butler Survey Equipment Ltd.
56,821
Can-Dive Construction Ltd.
Buyers Packaging Group Ltd.
50,893
Candura Instruments
63,618
241,368
Report ID: HYFIA002
Canfor Corporation
Canfor Pulp Limited Partnership
HYDRO
Statement of Accounts of $25,000 or more paid
during the year ended March 31 2010
110,001
3,315,343
CEI Architecture Planning Interiors
Central Coast Power Corp.
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33,117
279,453
Canlan Ice Sports Corporation
75,723
Central Hydro-Vac Ltd.
Canoe Pass Tidal Energy Corporation
52,500
Central Island Powerline Ltd.
2,279,437
Can-Pro Diving Services Ltd.
68,847
Central Park Developments Inc.
3,022,367
Canpro Risk Solutions
32,324
Century Vallen
182,097
Cansel
76,333
Certified Coating Specialists Inc.
144,346
Cansel Survey Equipment Inc.
95,017
CES Engineering Ltd.
184,223
CanWest Mediaworks
125,912
Canwest Propane Ltd.
31,811
Cesco Electrical Supply Ltd.
CGIT Systems Inc.
Canwest Publishing Inc.
110,022
Canwest Wire Rope Inc.
26,360
CH2M Hill Energy Canada
Canyon Contracting Company Ltd.
61,216
Cham Investments Ltd.
Canyon Industrial Electric Services Ltd.
38,035
Chant Construction Company Inc.
89,502
Charles Holder and Associates Ltd
Capilano College
Capital Regional District
Capital Tree Service
234,107
1,267,152
CGL Contracting Ltd.
29,266
36,911
95,545
155,840
28,825
60,116
1,328,716
49,312
Charter Telecom Inc.
107,719
Chartwell Consultants Ltd.
505,247
Carbon Mountain Drilling & Water
36,750
Chartwell Inc.
Carbone Of America (Lcl) Ltd.
91,752
Cheam Indian Band
Cariboo Pulp & Paper Co.
42,758
Checkwell Decision Corporation
Cariboo Traffic Control
102,349
Chemical Lime Company of Canada Inc.
Carleton Rescue Equipment Ltd.
119,880
Chen Engineering Solutions
38,028
56,598
139,704
41,467
163,594
Carleton University
64,918
Cheryl Sewell
Carmichael Wilson Property Consultants
72,554
Chew Construction Ltd.
467,775
Chew Excavating Limited
972,691
Chinook Scaffold Systems Ltd.
152,255
134,905
Carnarvon Management Ltd.
Carney's Waste Systems
641,402
27,160
Caro Property Management Ltd.
121,486
Chiu Hippmann Engineering Inc.
Carpi USA, Inc.
457,902
Christine Boehringer
Carrier Canada Ltd.
251,760
Christine Catering Company
Carrier Sekani Tribal Council
Carson International
Carswell
Carter Dodge Chrysler Ltd.
25,831
500,427
Chrysler Canada Inc.
Chu-Cho Enterprises Ltd.
82,230
54,961
31,767
355,731
1,244,517
28,502
Cicame Energie Inc.
65,557
566,676
CIF Composites Inc.
237,197
Carter Pontiac Buick Ltd.
1,109,016
Cascade Distributors Ltd.
238,113
Cintas Corporation
115,960
Cascade Energy Engineering
247,191
Cintellate USA, Inc
114,284
60,000
Circle Learning Inc.
Cascade Law Corporation In Trust
Cascadia Instrumentation Inc.
142,041
Cinimod Enterprises Ltd.
Circom Industries Ltd.
90,760
26,543
475,567
Castlegar Trauma Care Tng Ltd
29,595
Circuit Breaker Sales Co. Inc.
47,775
Catalyst Consulting Limited
82,986
Citrix Systems Inc.
33,571
Catalyst Paper Corporation
114,386
City Furniture & Appliances Ltd.
37,091
Catherine Scott-May
27,641
City of Abbotsford
Cathryn Gasztonyi
34,871
City of Armstrong
Cathy Bullen Consulting
87,073
City Of Burnaby
7,243,689
Caveman Construction & Aggregates Ltd
36,772
City of Campbell River
3,079,910
Cayoose Creek Band
89,506
City Of Castlegar
CBV Collection Services Ltd.
85,440
City of Chilliwack
CC Helicopters Ltd.
CC Industries Ltd.
CCMR Consulting Inc.
CCS Corporation
2,552,316
74,415
74,953
1,301,912
157,191
City of Colwood
42,163
City of Coquitlam
2,413,675
143,101
City Of Courtenay
494,830
City of Dawson Creek
271,745
1,029,885
114,930
CD Nova Ltd.
90,479
City Of Fort St. John
CDR Rentals Ltd
26,224
City Of Kamloops
CDW Canada Inc
50,213
City Of Kimberley
CE Franklin Ltd.
159,705
City of Langford
357,602
CE Holmes Consulting
107,925
City Of Langley
235,842
CEATI International Inc.
158,760
City of Merritt
CEATI International Trust
87,491
Cedar Road LFG Inc
Cedrus Consulting
104,467
46,691
285,395
1,456,692
95,748
179,156
City Of Nanaimo
1,417,252
City of Nelson
3,127,414
City Of North Vancouver
72,552
Report ID: HYFIA002
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during the year ended March 31 2010
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City Of Parksville
119,452
Commercial Solutions Inc.
41,554
City Of Port Alberni
593,069
Communicopia Internet Inc.
435,396
City of Port Coquitlam
93,161
Community Against Preventable Injuries
25,000
City Of Port Moody
2,257,794
Community Roofing Co
City Of Prince George
1,797,952
Comox Pacific Express Ltd.
327,998
City Of Prince Rupert
256,697
Comox Valley Project
134,220
city of quesnel
742,554
Comox Valley Regional District
City Of Revelstoke
2,805,741
Compass Group Canada Ltd.
City Of Richmond
3,182,883
Compass Land Services Ltd.
31,080
33,073
8,359,899
85,406
427,235
Compass Resource Mngt. Ltd.
City Of Seattle
568,245
Compliance Power Corporation
1,298,287
City Of Surrey
12,335,594
Compugen Inc.
3,517,720
Concert Real Estate Corporation
2,348,841
City of Salmon Arm
City Of Terrace
City of Vancouver
City of Vernon
City Of Victoria
City Of Williams Lake
305,505
15,969,934
811,561
1,541,136
347,644
277,346
Concorde Specialty Gases Inc.
180,888
Conestoga-Rovers and Associates
357,750
Confer Consulting Ltd.
31,013
Confluence Resource Management Inc.
120,548
CJ Holdings
33,956
Con-Force Structures Ltd.
210,712
CJ Logging
37,091
Conglom Inc.
213,150
128,120
Clay & Company In Trust
130,000
Connex Solutions Inc
Clean Energy Consulting Inc
191,324
Consortium for Energy Efficiency Inc.
Clean Power Operating Trust
7,965,489
Consultants GKM Inc
47,695
27,665
Clean Sweep Janitorial
36,713
Consumer-Response Marketing Ltd
Clean Team Janitorial Inc.
79,365
ContainerWest
86,771
Cleanway Supply Inc.
42,051
Context Research Ltd.
61,819
Cleartech Industries Inc.
92,446
Contro Valve Inc.
87,640
Clemmer SteelCraft Technologies Inc.
59,674
Convergint Technologies Ltd.
62,260
Cleven Project Management Ltd.
ClickSoftware Inc.
226,585
50,169
Cool Creek Agencies Ltd.
3,998,477
47,368
Cooper Beauchesne and Associates Ltd.
1,014,891
6,408,130
105,255
Cooper Power Systems
Clive Wilson
58,163
Copcan Contracting Ltd.
Cloudraker Guiding Ltd.
68,664
Coral Engineering Ltd.
72,752
Cloudraker Ltd.
71,724
Coral Environments Ltd.
32,321
Corey and Shaelan Pomeroy
37,778
Clint McDonald Consulting Co.
Cloverdale Paint Inc.
105,781
237,805
CMH Underground Utilities Ltd.
90,765
Coriolis Consulting Corp.
38,873
Coast Claims Service Ltd.
36,315
Corix Controls Solutions Inc.
45,876
Corix Water Products Inc.
25,379
Coast Cutting & Coring Ltd.
116,947
Coast Hotels Ltd.
49,287
Cormier Vegetation Control Ltd.
Coast Valley Contracting Ltd.
36,870
CornerStone Safety Inc.
122,427
80,412
Corp Of City Of New Westminster
317,819
17,891,349
Corp Of City Of North Vancouver
730,985
Coast Wholesale Appliances Ltd.
Coastal Rivers Power Limited Partnership
57,936
Cobra Integrated Systems
27,582
Corp Of Dist Of Central Saanich
387,189
Coconut Grove Inc.
74,395
Corp Of Dist Of North Cowichan
1,653,612
Code Three Emergency Vehicles Inc.
30,773
Corp Of Dist Of North Vancouver
2,342,246
Cogent Industrial Technologies Ltd.
245,945
COH Inc.
1,817,279
Corp Of The City Of Cranbrook
361,676
Corp Of The City Of Duncan
50,742
130,891
Cokely Wire Rope Ltd.
406,064
Corp Of The City Of Fernie
College Of New Caledonia
138,904
Corp Of The City Port Coquitlam
61,747
Corp Of The Dist Of Maple Ridge
1,544,401
1,828,109
Colliers Macaulay Nicolls Inc.
Columbia Fuels Inc
750,831
Corp Of The Dist Of Saanich
Columbia Hydro Constructors Ltd
785,617
Corp Of The Town Of Esquimalt
430,409
438,708
Columbia Power Corporation
26,352
Corp. Of The City Of Enderby
25,628
Columbia Reinforcing Ltd
79,947
Corp. Of The Dist. Of Oak Bay
147,320
Corp. of the District of Pitt Meadows
189,186
Corp. of the Township of Spallumcheen
216,152
Corporate Executive Board
257,985
166,592
Columbia Shuswap Regional Dist.
Columbia Valve & Fitting Ltd
Comfort Inn & Suites
1,054,809
158,033
60,420
Commander Warehouse Equip. Ltd.
188,510
Corporate Express Canada Inc.
Commercial Electronics Ltd.
137,505
Corporation of Delta
74,995
Commercial Energy Consumers
284,068
Corrosion Service Co.Ltd.
30,106
Costa Del Sol Painting
44,741
Commercial Equipment Corp.
32,603
Report ID: HYFIA002
Costco Wholesale Canada Ltd.
HYDRO
Statement of Accounts of $25,000 or more paid
during the year ended March 31 2010
36,950
Davies Sand & Gravel Ltd.
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29,507
168,687
Davis LLP In Trust
102,500
Counterspil Research Inc.
26,918
Day Software Inc.
79,738
Cover Star Structures Ltd.
440,522
Coueffin Construction Ltd.
Cover-All Buildings Pacific Ltd.
Cowichan Tribes
CP Renewable Energy (British Columbia)
Days Inn
85,168
DC Welding & Fabrication Ltd.
49,290
DDB Canada
1,577,650
De Pauw Technologies Inc.
57,845
499,448
10,211,187
80,883
440,726
Dean K. Cardno
272,451
CQ Strategy Ltd
96,023
Debbie B. Parhar
47,578
CRA Canada Surveys Inc.
33,049
Deborah Soo Lum
Craftsman Collision Ltd.
31,230
Deb's Flagging Company
Craig McCook
36,615
Dee's Pro Traffic Control
Craig Strachan
33,705
Deloitte & Touche
CPM Solutions Ltd.
76,178
146,131
102,789
4,182,563
343,500
Delphine's Traffic Control
169,603
Crane Force Sales Inc.
70,529
Delphinium Holdings Inc.
93,757
CraneEx Services Inc
112,316
Delta Hotels Limited
26,384
Cratex Container Sales
45,505
Delta Infrared Services
64,477
Creative Door Services Ltd.
81,778
Demand Side Energy Consult. Inc
Crane Creek Enterprises
Creative Promotions Group Ltd.
Credit Bureau of Vernon Ltd.
1,540,030
184,886
134,608
Denise Duchene Consulting Inc.
145,475
Crescent Bay Construction Ltd.
42,110
Dennerik Engineering Ltd.
Crest Hotel Ltd
31,812
Dennis Moore Engineering Inc.
72,609
122,957
Dennis Swensson
27,709
Crofter's Gleann Enterprises Ltd.
27,381
Design Group Staffing Inc.
81,349
Crosstown Carriers Ltd.
46,417
Deverell Excavating & Road Building
Crown Corporation Employers'
59,294
Devine Tarbell & Associates Inc
Creston Valley Wildlife Mngt. Area
CTP Distributors-Custom Truck Parts Inc.
Culex Environmental Ltd.
Cullen Diesel Power Ltd.
778,544
79,900
Demco Electric Ltd.
3,454,635
141,474
2,958,958
DG Technologies Ltd.
67,346
131,250
51,914
DHL Express (Canada) Ltd.
283,333
Diamond 'D' Contracting Ltd.
738,164
Cummins Western Canada
195,220
Diamond Radiators Inc.
Current Stream Solutions Inc.
170,869
Dick's Lumber & Building
30,805
Curtis Personal. Health Mgt Ltd
202,282
Diesel Equipment Limited
463,744
Custom Dozing Ltd.
195,379
Dietmar Hahne
CW International Ltd.
46,934
CWA Engineers Inc.
Cyme International Inc.
47,508
45,974
Dig Right Enterprises Ltd.
816,137
137,649
Digger Civil Contractors
201,195
194,826
Diggers Impact Ltd.
72,923
D & D Delivery Service Ltd.
29,307
Dilo Co. Inc.
D & D Security Plus
35,353
Direct Electric Ltd.
59,132
D. Andres Quality Construction Solutions
63,001
Direct Energy Business Services
67,732
D. Burt & Associates
77,083
Direct Equipment West Ltd.
D. Loewen Enterprises Ltd.
984,393
Directional Mining & Drilling Ltd.
D.A. Townley & Associates
583,387
Discovery Crane Rental Ltd.
100,017
91,340
2,991,718
103,555
D.C. Johnstone Excavating Ltd.
29,069
Discovery Launch (1998) Ltd.
D.W.B. Holdings
79,338
Discovery Parks Inc.
115,660
Daam Galvanizing Ltd.
26,794
District Of 100 Mile House
142,685
Daemar Inc.
30,234
District of Barriere
Dam Helicopters Inc.
66,869
District Of Chetwynd
304,637
Damwatch Services Limited
51,177
District of Clearwater
201,058
Dan Brain
28,380
District Of Coldstream
136,541
District Of Elkford
144,990
Dan Mayers Contracting Ltd.
184,554
30,962
42,857
Daro Developments Ltd.
50,000
District Of Fort St. James
Data Dot Canada
26,366
District Of Highlands
DataCore Mail Management Ltd.
74,399
District Of Hope
Dave Lewis
84,525
District Of Houston
Dave Ullathorne Holdings Ltd
57,082
District Of Hudson's Hope
Dave's Backhoe Service
33,301
District Of Invermere
Dave's Plumbing
74,105
District Of Kitimat
352,066
91,655
121,379
240,314
2,792,720
45,336
District of Lake Country
360,696
David H. Thomas
193,542
District Of Lillooet
551,488
David Tobin, P. Eng
171,716
District of Logan Lake
321,452
Davey Tree Expert Co. of Canada Ltd.
3,678,294
59,894
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1,451,776
Durango Oilfield Services Ltd.
District of Maple Ridge
84,507
Dusty Veideman Photography
District of Metchosin
82,792
Duz Cho Logging Ltd.
115,789
District Of Mackenzie
32,177
Dyadem
300,781
District Of New Hazelton
49,201
Dynamex Canada Corp.
439,638
District Of North Saanich
218,195
Dynamex Express Inc.
101,639
District Of Port Edward
216,311
Dynamic Industries Ltd
196,733
District Of Port Hardy
143,832
E & K Construction
District of Sechelt
159,803
E Lees & Associates Consulting
138,786
163,322
District Of Mission
2,538,864
87,300
25,200
66,256
E Source Companies, LLC
District Of Sooke
170,276
E. Schuk Contracting Ltd.
55,178
District of Sparwood
326,022
E.A. Denhoff & Associates
204,039
District of Squamish
1,270,589
District of Sicamous
District Of Stewart
57,584
District Of Taylor
296,654
District Of Tofino
District Of Tumbler Ridge
District of Ucluelet
36,163
249,975
31,064
E.B. Horsman & Son
E.D.S. Pumps & Plumbing Ltd.
EAGA Canada Services Inc.
Eagle Crane Inc.
Eagle Vision Geomatics &
Eagle West Truck & Crane Inc.
1,243,973
71,552
341,038
85,901
56,088
208,850
District Of Vanderhoof
140,607
Earl's Restaurant
District of West Kelowna
274,506
Earth Heart Productions Ltd
37,500
Dixon Networks Corporation
136,616
Earth Tech Canada Inc.
561,041
DL Overholt Management Services
202,754
47,119
Earth Vac Environmental Ltd.
830,643
DLJ Telecom
26,193
East Richmond (HDC) Development Ltd.
116,262
DMG Landscape Architects
32,879
Eaton Yale Company
127,139
EBA Engineering Consultants Ltd
562,618
EBC Drafting Services
196,061
Ebco Industries Ltd.
117,887
DNA Data Networking and Assemblies Ltd.
DNV Global Energy Concepts Inc.
Doble Engineering Co.
109,057
71,841
1,169,545
Dobney Foundry Co. Limited
869,017
Ebco Metal Finishing L.P.
Dockside Green Limited Partnership
272,018
Ebsco Canada Ltd.
DoCube Engineering, Inc.
204,059
Eby & Sons Construction Ltd.
Dogwood Transport Ltd.
228,898
E-Card ID Products Ltd.
28,006
Dollar Saver Lumber Ltd.
29,488
Ecco Heating Products Ltd.
32,233
Dominion Steel & Pipe Ltd.
32,045
Eclipse Awards Int'L. Inc.
25,070
ECMG
51,262
Ecodynamic Solutions Inc.
97,694
Domino Holdings Inc.
Domtar Pulp & Paper Products Inc.
225,865
11,477,421
44,808
73,251
134,946
Don Charlton Ltd.
47,047
Ecodyne Ltd.
Don Mann Excavating Ltd.
83,770
Ecofish Research Ltd.
158,286
Eco-fitt Corporation
512,274
Don Pacaud Contracting
Donald W. Fryrear
Donna's Northern Connection Ltd
Doran Taylor Power Partnership
141,381
67,801
Eco-Integration
107,621
Eco-Logic Ltd.
1,671,920
42,206
28,668
265,973
E-Comm Emergency Communications
61,425
Dow Jones Reuters Business Interactive
52,200
Ecoscape Environmental Consultants
58,833
Dowling Consulting Group
67,607
Ecotrust Canada
Doumont Welding
145,446
Ecometric Research Inc.
91,518
Downie Timber Ltd.
119,305
Dr. Abimbola Abiola
Dr. Judith F. Sayers
80,000
Ecowaste Industries Ltd.
389,797
88,205
ECS Electrical Cable Supply Ltd
295,578
27,151
Ed Chessor & Associates
97,462
Dr. Michael Proctor
25,000
Ed Fourchalk Safety Associates
41,686
Dr. Sietan Chieng
34,006
Edgewood Holdings Ltd.
Driftwood Inn
69,055
EDI Environmental Dynamics Inc.
112,685
Driving Unlimited
36,398
EDS Pumps & Water Treatment Ltd
359,830
DTM Systems Corporation
56,926
Edward L. Vine
Du Alaska Inc
60,644
Edwards Powerline Ltd.
50,907
Eecol Electric Corp.
Dueck Lansdowne Pontiac Buick Cadillac
Dun & Bradstreet Canada Ltd.
104,895
Dunbar Lawns & Gardens Ltd.
32,438
EHV Power ULC
Duncan Electric Motor Ltd.
52,280
EITI Ltd.
27,048
Elaine Chia
Duncan Kent & Associates Ltd.
Dunlevy Food Equipment Ltd
Dupont Ent. RV Park
101,704
38,897
Eh-Cho-Dene Enterprises
89,629
27,249
172,562
4,471,075
982,161
112,461
2,767,752
138,821
Elaine Hassell
53,724
Elaine Mann
73,427
Report ID: HYFIA002
Electric Insulation Materials
Electric Transportation Engineering
Electro Composites (2008) ULC
HYDRO
Statement of Accounts of $25,000 or more paid
during the year ended March 31 2010
171,651
75,000
298,890
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Eveready Industrial Western Ltd.
25,329
EWD Consulting Corp
35,387
Exclusive Mechanical Systems Ltd.
38,949
Electro Sonic Inc.
48,178
Exe Productions
Electromech
63,126
Executive Results Consulting
26,871
36,485
257,039
Executive Suites Garibaldi Springs Golf
48,283
Eleven Stars Enterprises Inc.
101,564
Exfo Electro-Optical Eng. Inc.
32,001
Elneweihi Consulting Inc.
122,734
Exide Technologies Inc.
58,510
Exova Canada Inc
31,428
Elemental Controls
Elster Canadian Meter Company Inc.
1,441,868
Elstra, Learning Strategists
36,073
Exton, Dodge & Galibois Land Surveying
36,650
eMarketer
61,674
Eyer Training Services
25,534
EMC Corporation Of Canada
EMCO Corporation
Emergco
497,008
94,336
106,175
F & F Concrete Ltd.
F & M Installations Ltd.
Fabritech Manufacturing Ltd.
Emerge Learning
82,891
FACTS Ltd.
Emerson Electric Canada Ltd.
27,782
Fairmont Waterfront
Emil Anderson Construction Co. Ltd.
224,925
Falcon Contracting Ltd.
Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design
29,106
Falcon Equipment Ltd.
Empire Contracting
29,161
Family Services Of Greater Van.
Empire Signworks Inc.
27,777
Far-Ko Contracting Ltd.
Empirica Energy Inc.
Empty Nest Trucking Ltd.
2,380,369
431,186
Farris, Vaughan, Wills & Murphy
Farris, Vaughan, Wills & Murphy in Trust
Emspec Electro Mechanical Systems Inc.
62,018
Farrish Marketing Services
Enable Performance Inc.
93,240
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP
31,663
36,829
118,471
223,365
2,123,928
25,000
83,134
458,770
2,387,798
104,597
3,450,056
Fasteel Industries Ltd.
258,124
Endress Sales & Distribution Ltd.
59,360
Fastenal Canada
116,608
Energitix Management and Consulting
63,173
FD Consulting Services
47,937
1,466,744
Ferguson & Associates
1,103,691
EnCana Corporation
Energy & Environmental Economics Inc.
145,556
27,087
22,762,722
37,437
Fibrwrap Installations Limited
29,465
Energy X Systems Ltd.
254,352
Filterco Water Treatment Ltd.
29,966
Ener-Lite Systems Ltd.
1,719,233
Filtervac International Inc.
34,750
Energy Solutions for Vancouver Island
EnerSolve Management Inc.
68,432
Finlay River Outfitters Ltd.
Enersys Canada Inc.
44,679
Finnair Ltd.
Enervac Corporation
124,158
Finning International Inc.
Engine Digital Inc.
193,283
First Aid & Survival Tech. Ltd.
Engineered Air
EnPower Green Energy Generation LP
32,144
3,940,978
First Canadian Logistics Ltd.
First Nation Energy & Mining Council
74,849
694,873
7,424,053
196,298
34,869
323,910
Enspiria Solutions Inc
311,834
First Quartile Consulting
29,325
Enterprise Rent-A-Car Ltd.
112,233
First Truck Centre Vancouver Inc.
96,332
Environics Analytics Group Ltd.
Environmental Management Services Ltd.
Envirosafety Confined Space Safety
EPC Resources Inc.
Epcor Power Holdings Corp.
EPFL-IMHEF-LMH
63,840
123,870
36,168
439,912
1,930,633
201,323
28,069
Flaggirls Traffic Control Inc.
218,006
Flowcare Engineering Inc.
186,023
Focus Corp.
Focus Management
Foothills Pipe Lines Ltd.
48,684
91,240
941,410
Forbes Industrial Contractors Ltd.
44,440
E-Port Systems Inc.
200,479
Foreshore Technologies Inc.
51,566
EPRI
890,200
Formula Technical Services Ltd.
37,082
Epiphany Consulting Ltd
81,246
Fitness Depot Commercial Inc.
Epscan Industries Ltd.
42,082
Forrester Research, Inc.
60,567
Equifax Canada Inc.
82,120
Forsite Consultants Ltd.
46,674
Erico Canada Inc.
32,947
Forsythe International Inc
45,642
ERLPhase Power Technologies Ltd
93,900
Fort St. John Valve & Fitting
27,337
Ernst & Young LLP
152,512
Fortis Pacific Holdings Inc.
Erron Consulting Ltd.
162,196
FortisBC Inc.
ESC Electrical Service Contracting Ltd.
1,626,055
Foundex Explorations Ltd.
94,269
1,398,292
220,174
Esketemc First Nation
79,738
Fountain Valley Enterprises Ltd
Essa Technologies Ltd.
81,555
Four Directions Management Services
56,831
Esther Guimond
28,376
Four Seasons Foods Ltd
Esther's Inn Ltd.
30,898
Fourth Wall Consulting Inc.
205,721
Evelyn Mountain Contracting Ltd.
38,063
FPI FIREPLACE PROD INTERNATIONAL LTD
110,975
179,313
28,550
Report ID: HYFIA002
Fransen Engineering Ltd.
Fraser & Company - In Trust
HYDRO
Statement of Accounts of $25,000 or more paid
during the year ended March 31 2010
302,394
51,000
Genics Inc.
Genivar
Fraser Basin Council
431,245
GeoDigital International Inc.
Fraser Health Authority
743,630
Geomatique Emco Inc.
Fraser River Pile & Dredge Ltd.
185,209
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52,371
779,115
60,086
1,055,336
Geopacific Consultants Ltd.
44,271
Fraser Surrey Docks LP
35,267
George Hemeon
65,000
Fraser Valley Equipment Ltd.
30,397
George M. Fraser Ltd.
Fraser Valley Regional District
98,105
George Third & Son Ltd.
Fraser Valley Regional Watershed
27,879
Georgia Tech Research Corporation
Fraserview Fabrication & Machine Ltd.
50,049
Geo-Slope International Ltd.
Fred Surridge Ltd.
42,554
Geotech Drilling Services Ltd.
822,667
Germain Favel Specialized Services
146,962
Gerry Enns Contracting Ltd.
129,926
GES Geotech
329,541
Fred Thompson Contractors (1991) Ltd.
Freelance Tree Service Inc.
Freshwater Fisheries Society of BC
Friesen Equipment Ltd.
Frogfile
Frontier Fencing Ltd.
Frontier Geosciences Inc.
FRP Transmission Innovations
6,836,967
132,720
1,220,408
53,893
220,030
38,006
153,573
79,022
1,111,231
308,959
29,145
Ghostrider Motorsports
25,740
Gibson Bros. Contracting Ltd.
33,257
Gilbert and Hilda Bilodeau
28,330
Gilbert Smith Forest Products
35,511
Gisborne Industrial Construction Ltd.
82,400
41,660
130,285
Gitanmaax Band Council
33,855
Fujitsu Consulting (Canada) Inc.
169,087
Glacier Media Group
38,705
Fulford Harbour Consulting Ltd
111,431
Gladwin Farms Ltd
Fueled by Junk Ventures Inc.
Full Line Specialities Inc.
Full Spectrum Enterprises Ltd.
Funktional Electric & Utility Services
Furry Creek Power Ltd.
28,402
Glen Labby Contracting Ltd.
76,236
Glenn Power Contractors Ltd.
240,035
Glen's Backhoe Service
2,441,046
Glentel Wireless Centre
82,428
918,429
2,137,358
34,570
59,333
Future Shop
88,953
Glenwood Motel
FutureShield Inc.
46,239
Global Energy Partners, LLC
37,377
G & K Services Canada Inc.
39,952
Global Fisheries Consult. Ltd.
95,387
34,776
G&T VANCOUVER
436,829
Global Insight (USA) Inc.
G. Veale Holdings Ltd.
106,951
Global Mountain Solutions Inc
G.E. Bridges & Associates Inc
101,294
Global Rental Canada, Ulc
G.V. Bashforth & Assoc. Ltd.
169,228
GlobalSource Maintenance Renewal Service
G3 Consulting Ltd
Galbraith Power BC Inc
Galbraith Powerline Contr. Ltd.
49,992
561,044
1,577,435
128,417
29,388
1,959,543
224,179
Globalstar Canada Satellite Co.
54,008
Globe Foundation Of Canada
54,600
GM Ballard & Associates Ltd.
62,645
41,031
Gammon International
46,998
GNA Consulting Group Ltd.
Ganges Marina
34,807
Gold Coast Coffee Co.
Gannett Fleming, Inc.
26,686
Gold Key Pontiac Buick 1984 Ltd
370,782
Garden Decor and Design Group
51,936
Golden Crossing Constructors JV
1,316,993
Garry Pierre
29,836
Golder Associates Ltd.
7,693,683
71,398
Garth Fenton Welding
100,170
Goodall Rubber CO of Canada ULC
45,222
Garth's Electric Co. Ltd.
402,751
Goodbye Graffiti Inc.
52,185
Gartner Canada, Co.
52,800
Gary Wong & Associates
166,483
Gasfield Energy Services
GC Phillips Consulting Ltd
GDW Consulting Corporation
GE Capital Fleet Services
Gord Mahan
97,838
Gord Noel Log & Tree Service
142,055
89,138
Gordon Crane & Hoist Inc.
154,384
29,850
Gordon Waters Cont. Ltd.
50,755
143,509
Gordon's Homes Sales Ltd.
168,747
Goto Sargent Inc.
477,952
46,668
GE Energy Management Services Inc.
541,495
Gottler Bros. Trucking &
50,788
GE Energy Services
106,343
Governor Control Sales & Services Ltd.
61,067
Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP
70,450
Gradimir Ilic
36,785
80,259
GE Inspection Technologies Canada Ltd.
GE Packaged Power Inc.
60,684
5,041,933
GE Water & Process Technologies Canada
96,436
Graeme Simpson
Gear-O-Rama Supply Ltd.
43,263
Graf Excavating Co. Ltd.
Gene McGregor Enterprises Ltd
73,028
Graham Construction & Engineering
2,366,339
Graham Infrastructure a JV
2,044,322
General Credit Services Inc.
120,641
General Electric Canada
3,102,991
Generation Maintenance
134,813
Genesis Systems Corporation
52,475
Grand & Toy Ltd.
93,195
646,913
Grant CT Turner Enterprise Inc
69,861
Graybar Canada
53,048
Report ID: HYFIA002
Graydon Contracting Ltd.
Great Bear Forest Management Inc.
HYDRO
Statement of Accounts of $25,000 or more paid
during the year ended March 31 2010
91,881
710,505
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Hedberg and Associates Consulting Ltd.
142,888
Heenan Blaikie LLP
748,872
442,331
Great Little Box Company Ltd.
76,946
Heenan Tree Service Ltd.
Great West Disposal Inc.
46,702
Helifor Canada Corp.
Great West Equipment
45,291
Hemlock Printers Ltd.,
1,567,190
Great Western Containers Inc.
79,856
Hemmera Envirochem Inc.
2,898,457
Greater Vancouver Regional District
53,926
Henkels & McCoy PEI Inc
2,101,782
Green Adera Projects Ltd
63,210
Henriques Consulting
Green Line Hose & Fittings (BC) Ltd.
34,249
Henry Lai & Associates
Green Motors Practices Group
114,326
Henville Consulting Inc
Greenbank Environmental Services
203,016
Her Majesty the Queen in the Right of
Greenway Equipment Ltd.
559,449
Heritage Office Furnishings Ltd
2,358,614
Gregg Distributors (B.C.) Ltd.
127,030
Herman Miller Workplace Resource
1,704,639
58,611
41,236
189,353
125,226
55,350,847
Grey Rock Welding & Fabrication Ltd.
34,109
Hertz Equipment Rental
171,539
Gridpoint / V2Green Inc.
99,690
Hewitt Associates Corp
1,346,876
Grosso Precast & Crane Service
326,658
Hewlett Packard (Canada) Ltd.
283,349
Ground Hog Construction (2007) Ltd.
133,341
Hexcel Construction Ltd.
436,837
Ground-It.com Consulting Ltd.
99,328
HHS Drilling & Blasting Ltd.
Groundstar Express Ltd.
47,161
Hi-Cube Storage Products
113,888
Groundswell Group Inc.
896,983
High Line Utilities Inc.
752,997
Grover, Elliot & Co. Ltd.
56,234
High Ridge Consulting
GS T & D Products Ltd.
26,240
High Tide Tours & Water Taxi Ltd.
230,119
46,488
High Time Industries Ltd.
147,843
1,955,947
High Voltage Services Ltd.
393,154
70,950
Highland Helicopters Ltd.,
51,252
Gwenal Holdings Ltd.
102,050
Highland Powerlines Ltd.,
1,017,897
Gwil Industries Inc.
487,319
Guardian Angels Traffic Control
Guillevin International Co.
Gustavson Wylie Architects Inc.
169,554
34,055
Highlight Construction Inc.
368,300
GWL Realty Advisors Inc.
57,435
Highlight Pacific Construction Ltd.
119,421
Gygax Engineering Associates Ltd.
36,651
Highroad Traffic Services Inc.
H & H Welding Fabrication & Rental Ltd.
H.J. Property Investment Ltd.
917,093
30,030
Hilti (Canada) Ltd.
Hilton Vancouver Airport
35,537
321,741
38,640
H2X Contracting Ltd.
427,630
Hilton Vancouver Metrotown
165,435
Habanero Consulting Group
950,535
Hi-Rigger Tree Service Ltd.
333,324
Habart & Assoc. Consulting Inc.
84,799
Hitachi Canada Ltd.
175,252
Hagedorn Machinery Development &
42,499
HM Consulting Services Inc.
Halkin Consulting Inc.
49,140
HMI Construction Inc.
Hamling Lakes Contracting Ltd.
49,210
HN Telecom Inc.
Hangar 18 Creative Group Inc.
345,635
Hansen Industries Ltd.
30,595
Hodgkinson-Kristof Inc
Hodgson King & Marble Ltd.
Hapam Bv
276,269
Holiday Inns Inc.
Harada Management Consulting
155,223
Hollyburn Estates Ltd.
Harbour Centre Complex Limited
104,737
Holtec International Inc
Harbour Machining, Welding, &
35,182
Harder Associates Engineering Consulting
Harris Decima Inc.
Harris Steel Ltd.
Harrison Hot Springs Resort
100,113
66,160
124,693
23,289,536
74,909
48,662
19,890,542
82,899
228,286
2,736,500
Home Depot Canada Inc.
457,482
Home Hardware Stores Ltd.
166,177
Honeywell Limited
166,976
Hope Johnston and Associates Law Corp.
354,499
Horizon Climate Controls Ltd.
62,919
173,907
26,086
Harrison Hydro Limited Partnership
13,488,877
Horizon Developments Ltd.
Hatch Ltd.
14,044,454
Horizon Tree Service Ltd.
46,436
Horton Automation Inc.
28,659
Hauer Creek Power Inc.
Hawker Siddeley Switchgear Limited
Hay U Ranch Resort Inc
Hazmasters Environmental
267,219
1,492,417
Horton Trading Ltd.
2,361,748
52,903
41,898
Hoskin Scientific Ltd.
269,376
246,516
Houle Electric Limited
171,372
Houston Ecological
105,037
HCP Consulting Ltd
64,289
HD Supply Utilities
6,632,525
Howard Johnson
HD Tree Service Ltd.
1,151,097
Howden Buffalo Inc.
392,960
301,430
57,544
HeavenScent Catering
26,714
Howie's Marine Service Ltd.
Hecate Consulting Inc.
80,076
HR Wallingford Ltd.
Hecate Inn
30,103
Hudson's Bay Company
477,382
Hecate Painting & Sandblasting
28,012
Hudson's Hope Inn & Suites
109,131
33,838
Report ID: HYFIA002
HYDRO
Statement of Accounts of $25,000 or more paid
during the year ended March 31 2010
Hughson Environment Inc.
180,634
Innovative Interfaces Canada Inc.
Human Environment Group
105,831
Innovative Steam Technologies AECONGroup
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129,860
3,265,577
Humber Professional Forestry Services
53,899
Innovologie LLC
Hupacasath First Nation
61,440
In-Phase Power Consulting
242,224
Hutton Communications
56,689
IN-SHUCK-CH Resource Management Ltd
266,676
Hwlitsum First Nation
97,930
Insights Learning & Development
Hyatt Regency Vancouver
73,391
Institute of Chartered Accountants
32,460
106,167
InStream Fisheries Research Inc.
577,020
Hydrecs
Hydro Quebec
55,817
Insurance Corporation Of B.C.
Hydrodig Canada Inc.
71,111
INT Electrical Ltd
Hyland 2000 Industries Limited
Hyland Excavating Ltd.
162,897
2,808,912
Integrated Distribution Systems Ltd.
Integration Solution Services Inc.
73,978
74,795
2,636,282
231,213
5,594,466
627,966
Hyseco Fluid Systems Ltd.
70,713
Inteqna
Hytorc Sales & Service
84,664
Intercoast Construction Ltd.
803,042
91,331
15,528,856
Intercontinental Truck Body
153,836
I.C. Ramsay & Associates
36,243
Interfax Systems Inc.
122,657
I.G. Gavac & Son Inc.
79,824
Interior Health Authority
Hyundai Heavy Industries (Canada)
I.J. Taylor Consulting Ltd.
I.R. Wilson Consultants Ltd.
Ian Hayward International Ltd.
IB Storey Inc
IBI Group
IBM Canada Ltd.
IC Consultants Ltd.
120,700
77,755
442,073
73,293
109,909
3,086,958
40,100
Interior Machine Works Ltd
Interior Reforestation Co. Ltd.
Interior Traffic Control
74,505
29,771
463,639
97,337
Interior Warehousing Ltd.
373,806
International Aviation Terminals Inc
148,339
International Switchgear Consulting Ltd.
Interoute Construction Ltd.
76,908
581,769
Iceman Refrigeration & Recovery
215,007
Intertechnology Inc.
ICI Canada Inc.
159,206
Interville Development Ltd. Partnership
46,082
Ici Paints (Canada) Inc.
254,251
Intralink Solutions Ltd.
127,622
ICIS
126,001
71,400
Intrepid Technology Ltd.
107,363
Icon Heavy Construction
33,473
Invensys Systems Canada Inc.
150,031
Ideal Security Inc
55,473
Inventronics Limited
39,262
IOS Financial Services
32,041
Ideo LLC
287,108
IDL Projects Inc.
2,922,806
Ignas Contracting
36,067
Ipex Electrical Inc
IPEX Inc.
46,634
103,908
IHS Energy (Canada) Ltd.
118,224
IRC Spatial Data Group Ltd.
57,741
IHS Global
328,150
Iris Power LP
90,766
Ikea Canada Ltd.
64,617
Irl Truck Center Ltd.
37,819
Illumiti Inc
214,972
Iron Mountain Canada Corp.
Iluka Ltd.
350,000
Ise Consulting Group
Image Group Inc.
649,641
Island Cogeneration No. 2 Inc.
269,869
Island Commercial Floor Care
26,681
9,396,761
Island Creekside Properties LP
252,491
Image-Pro Marketing Ltd.
Imperial Oil Limited
Imperial Parking Canada Corporation
424,632
Island Key Computer Ltd.
Imperial Paving Ltd.
287,071
Island Ready-Mix Ltd.
IMW Consulting Services
Independent Electric & Controls Ltd.
98,345
Island Traffic Services Ltd.
38,430
Isobel O'Connell
333,732
850,095
38,469,154
1,152,533
63,528
663,996
43,524
Independent Power Producers
244,594
Indian Isle Const. (1982) Ltd.
40,394
Itron Canada Inc.
Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.
43,050
It's On Electric Company Inc
Industrial Engines Ltd.
34,319
Ivan Kan
Industrial Forestry Serv Ltd
45,871
Ivanhoe Loader Service
51,772
179,698
IVM Construction Ltd.
310,187
J & R Services
128,775
Informatica Corporation
Information Security Forum
33,972
Infosat Communications LP
894,343
Ingenika Trading
42,012
J&E Northern Connections
J. Jarvis & Associates
61,168
4,836,778
313,262
90,747
48,125
118,808
J. Mandryk Associates Inc.
70,410
Inland Control & Services Inc.
27,837
J. Weir
88,940
Inlet Diesel Recon. Ltd.
38,157
J.C. Savard Consultants
37,537
Inn At Westminster Quay
39,242
J.R. (Jack) Matches
Inland Air Charters Ltd.
Innergex
Innes Hood Consulting
121,556
Isograph Inc.
716,217
35,320
J.R. Industrial Supplies Ltd.
Jack H. Grant
26,161
251,052
34,265
Report ID: HYFIA002
Jack R. Benjamin & Associates
Jaco Powerlines Ltd.
Jacques Whitford Limited
Jacques Whitford Stantec Axys Limited
HYDRO
Statement of Accounts of $25,000 or more paid
during the year ended March 31 2010
215,315
1,630,098
53,878
282,719
K.C. Carmichael Trucking Ltd.
Kal Tire
Kamloops Communications Inc.
Kamloops Indian Band
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41,676
331,832
28,385
48,953
Jadds Maintenance
30,539
Kanlift Design Inc.
113,356
Jakob Dulisse
52,506
Kar Industries Ltd
66,496
James Anderson Investments Ltd
38,794
Karen Scully
28,780
James Dawson Enterprises Ltd.
35,676
Karlin Maintenance Service
Jamie Soderstrom
46,991
Karma Midnight Ventures Ltd.
159,478
Janet Weckstrom
29,416
Karo Group Inc.
206,003
Janitors' Warehouse Industries Inc.
28,204
Kasco Consulting Ltd.
Janox Fluid Power Ltd.
Jazac Holdings Ltd.
JBE HOME & AUTO LTD
441,581
89,775
112,415
Kathy Hochachka
Katzie Development Corporation
Katzie First Nation
80,496
49,817
242,917
42,114
51,246
Jean Liu Consulting Inc.
69,431
Kaverit Cranes and Service ULC
Jeff Ankenman/Sue Mcmurtrie
65,664
KBC Tools Inc.
Jeff Sneep
73,319
Kedco Constructors Ltd.
Jepson Petroleum Ltd.
31,344
Keefer Ecological Services
Jesstec Industries Inc.
43,321
Keel Utility Management
Jewel Moving & Storage Co. Ltd.
83,460
Kelama Forestry Inc.
Jewell Starr Industries Inc.
32,252
Kelly Haine Contracting
31,002
Jhw Construction Ltd.
27,998
Kelly Parks Consulting
159,987
216,452
Ken Byron Excavating
73,360
Jian Kwei Lou
Jiangsu Huapeng Transformer Co. Ltd.
Jianling Zheng
Jim Clouston Consulting Solutions Inc.
Jim Dent Construction Ltd.
1,194,400
41,125
121,727
4,800,721
Ken Johnson Trucking Ltd.
Ken Spafford
Kent-Macpherson Appraisals
Keren Gertsman
206,119
Kerley & Associates Forestry
Jim Pattison Broadcast Group LP
26,401
Kerr Wood Leidal Assoc. Ltd.
Jiwa Solutions Ltd
51,720
Kevin O'Brien
JJ Barnicke Vancouver Ltd.
68,197
Key Largo Electric
Jim Kozak
659,457
43,979
26,325
1,498,552
212,502
41,124
95,046
219,975
33,636
37,733
157,168
1,898,680
57,617
657,179
381,698
Key Mill Construction Ltd.
41,961
JK Forestry Services
71,097
Keystone Wildlife Research
591,649
JMG Logging Ltd.
91,651
Kim J. Lang
73,247
Joe Crozier
87,188
Kimco Controls Ltd.
59,979
Joe Davison
33,012
Kinecor
67,218
John A. Baker
60,439
King Kubota Services Ltd.
47,471
John C. Young
58,368
Kingfisher Silviculture Ltd.
72,174
John Cowell Consulting Inc.
184,031
Kirk & Co. Consulting Ltd.
813,162
John Haftner Consulting
241,937
Kisters North America, Inc.
120,599
John Hunter Co. Ltd.
947,446
K-Line Insulators Limited
John W. Mattice
130,343
Klohn Crippen Berger Ltd.
JJM Construction Ltd.
John Watson Ltd.
29,523
KMR Industries, Llc
Johnston Equipment
113,673
Kms Tools & Equipment Ltd.
Joint Industry Electricity Steering
351,792
Knappett Industries Ltd.
Jordan Armstrong Welding Ltd.
96,574
Jozef Mastena
168,168
JRN Services
JS Select First Aid Ltd.
JTech Communications Ltd.
JTM Consulting Ltd.
KNG Consulting
411,907
5,394,971
73,895
81,441
157,948
28,535
Knight Piesold Ltd.
911,422
49,889
Knightsbridge Human Capital
331,765
30,028
Knowledgetech Consulting Inc.
318,319
223,314
Kodak Graphic Communications
1,349,438
Kodiak Powerline Contractors Ltd
25,693
1,262,254
JTS Consulting
243,660
Koers & Associates Engineering Ltd.
90,615
Juanita Poirier
142,594
Koncar Instrument Transformers Inc.
165,526
Julius Reimer Fencing
104,423
Kone Inc.
303,151
Junxion Strategy Inc.
35,081
Konecranes Canada Inc.
205,370
Justason Market Intelligence
85,759
Kootenai Resource Advantage Ltd
31,481
26,502
Justice Institute Of B.C.
120,586
Kootenay Industrial Supply Ltd.
K. Miller Ent. Ltd.
165,206
Kootenay Materials Testing Ltd.
35,962
K. Pearson Contracting Ltd.
60,920
Kootenay Mobile Services Ltd.
397,530
K.A.T.S. Mobile First Aid
65,247
Kootenay Wildlife Services Ltd.
116,670
Report ID: HYFIA002
HYDRO
Statement of Accounts of $25,000 or more paid
during the year ended March 31 2010
Koreen Morone
27,537
Lgl Limited
KPB Industries
32,530
Lheidli T'enneh Band
KPMG LLP
1,592,808
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1,321,883
26,245
Lhi Tutl'it Services Inc.
418,875
520,570
Kraft Industrial Supplies Ltd.
34,423
Liard Consulting Ltd.
Kraft TeleRobotics Inc.
47,881
Liard First Nation
Kris Maier Enterprises Ltd.
26,404
Liberty Homes Ltd
Kruger Products Limited
32,918
Libra Tree Service Ltd.
KSB Pumps Inc
43,528
Li-Car Management Group
40,578
KTI Limited
57,351
Life Fitness International
48,988
66,585
72,620
273,239
Ktunaxa Nation Council
306,479
Lifeforce
28,258
Kwantlen First Nation
805,617
LifeSpeak Inc
50,400
Lifetimer Boats Inc.
40,482
116,687
Lifting Technologies Inc
34,198
61,928
Lillooet Contracting Ltd.
33,581
Kwantlen Polytechnic University
KWB Contracting Ltd.
Kwela Leadership & Talent Management
L & S Electric Inc.
46,592
1,143,482
Lillooet Disposal & Recycling
26,067
L and C Management Ltd.
233,073
Lillooet Naturalist Society
162,780
L. Flores & Co. Inc.
103,645
Lillooet Tribal Council
460,794
L. Hayward Consulting
133,221
Limno Lab Ltd.
L.A. Hanson & Associates Ltd.
121,000
Limnotek Research & Dev. Inc.
349,349
Lafarge Canada Inc.
473,213
96,369
Linda Valente
135,411
LaFarge North America
78,741
Linde Canada Limited
260,188
Lakelse Air Ltd.
38,786
Lineman's Testing Laboratories of Canada
Lakeside Fasteners Ltd.
33,781
LineStar Utility Supply Inc.
50,038
LineTech Transmission Services
28,631
Lions Gate Consulting Inc
95,596
Lakeside Hideaway
Lakeview Inn & Suites
Lana M. Ciarniello
Land Solutions Consultants Inc
Land Title and Survey Authority of BC
Landmark Forest Management Ltd.
Lanetec Traffic Control
157,299
31,100
121,017
31,854
158,694
1,322,177
Little Mountain Bison Contracting Ltd.
48,483
4,222,153
78,028
Liveline Solutions Inc.
368,524
Living Resources Environmental Services
155,788
LNB Construction Inc
Logistical Mill Installations
93,643
54,122
Langara College
50,000
London Drugs Ltd.
246,424
Lapp Insulators LLC
39,312
Longhouse Trading Company Ltd.
479,497
Laprairie Crane Ltd.
56,296
Lordco Parts Ltd.
101,094
Lotek Wireless Inc.
317,819
LaPrairie-Cascade Inc.
2,627,185
Larry Millar
71,334
LRM Contracting Ltd
Larson Media Group Inc.
71,876
Lunny Design and Production Group Inc.
121,275
Lups Contractors Ltd.
381,741
Lawson Lundell LLP
Lawson Products Inc. (Ontario)
Laxdal Consulting Ltd.
Layfield Geosynthetics & Industrial
LB Chapman Construction Ltd
7,113,534
26,766
248,739
61,093
1,884,879
39,165
Lutz Project Management
38,071
Lyle O'Hara, A.Sc.T.
88,877
Lytton First Nation
M P Electrical Contracting Ltd.
84,259
329,709
Leaverite Drilling & Blasting
49,340
M. Dorell Carlson
68,748
Leavitt Machinery Inc.
48,595
M. R. Bauldic Enterprises Inc
57,229
Legacy Pacific Contracting Ltd
29,291
M. Vaartnou & Associates
60,433
Legacy Pacific Land Corporation
93,200
M. Van Keken and Associates
Leggett Renovations & Consulting Ltd.
164,858
Macdonald, Dettwiler and Associates
Lehigh Hanson Materials Limited
308,044
Mackenzie Fuels (1987) Ltd.
Leigh Summer
34,350
Mackenzie Sawmill Ltd
Leko Precast Ltd.
53,868
MacPherson Leslie & Tyerman LLP
Lenger Consulting Services Ltd.
44,262
MacPherson Walk Development LP
Les Hall Filter Service (2005) Ltd.
32,213
Macro Industries
Leslie G. Dellow, In Trust
Lessons Learned Substation Solutions
464,944
75,548
97,915
1,090,163
94,514
49,891
204,016
36,225
370,801
Mac's Convenience Stores Inc.
50,380
Madrone Environmental Services Ltd.
34,478
Levelton Consultants Ltd
196,804
Maersk Distribution Canada Inc.
75,453
Levitt-Safety Ltd.
264,813
Maglio Building Centre (Trail) Ltd.
44,862
Mail-O-Matic
25,152
Levy Research Services Ltd.
Lewy's Lawncare & Landscaping
Lex Pacific Law Corporation "In Trust"
Lex Pacifica Law Corporation
LexisNexis Canada Inc.
27,148
101,896
50,000
244,628
32,522
Mainland Sand & Gravel Ltd.
Mainstream Aquatics Ltd.
Mainstream Biological Consulting
Maitland & Associates
67,708
1,265,777
130,751
38,856
Report ID: HYFIA002
Mancorp Industrial Sales Ltd.
Mandell Pinder In Trust
Manulife Financial
Manus Abrasive Systems Inc.
Maple Leaf Forestry Ltd.
HYDRO
Statement of Accounts of $25,000 or more paid
during the year ended March 31 2010
54,467
155,472
15,477,693
164,399
137,911
Meridian Impex
139,480
123,599
Meridian Technologies Ltd.
89,739
30,593
Metagnosis Consulting Ltd.
281,085
170,717
Metavante Corp.
227,316
Metro Motors Ltd.
Marc Giraud
113,910
Metro Systems Ltd.
61,508
Metro Testing Laboratories Ltd.
Marcon Metalfab
117,983
Metro Vancouver
Marion Creek Hydroelectric Project
842,108
Metsa Resource Management Inc.
Mark's Work Wearhouse Ltd.
Marlane Enterprises Ltd.
Martech
2010/09/23
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Melron Sales & Services
Marbek Resource Consultants Ltd
Mark Anthony Group
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Megger Ltd.
Marayne Financial Inc.
Marco Marrello
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43,190
1,312,490
117,346
44,243
Meyers Norris Penny LLP
MG Engineering Inc.
MHPM Project Managers Inc.
MI&R Myre Inspections and Research Inc.
Martech Electrical Systems Ltd.
358,530
Mica Creek Community Club
Mar-Tech Underground Services Ltd.
433,892
Michael C. Cheung
25,303
81,705
243,848
83,580
712,986
52,064
1,967,280
113,254
47,802
140,792
Michael Jackson Consultants Inc.
63,798
Marwest Industries Ltd.
964,215
Michael K. Lee
78,813
Marwin Industries Inc.
457,012
Michael McArthur
Mary Bilesky
103,064
Micra Design
Martin Electrical Agencies Ltd
31,754
52,311
9,406,209
63,690
100,146
Masse & Miller Consulting Ltd.
90,727
Micro Focus (Canada) Ltd.
Masse Environmental Consultants Ltd
73,315
Microsim Project Sciences Ltd
482,385
27,763
Microsoft Canada Co.
537,842
Master Care Janitorial
Matakana Staging & Seating Inc.
104,433
Mid Kam Installations Ltd.
Matco Services Inc.
369,498
Midsun Group Inc.
Matcon Excavation & Shoring Ltd.
Matharu Motors Ltd
Matrix Staffing Group Inc.
Matthews Equipment Ltd.
Matthews Store Fixtures & Shelving
Maxim Power (B.C.) Inc.
5,032,148
54,600
1,029,213
102,210
29,691
2,163,737
Midway Power Line Services Ltd
Midwest Surveys (BC) LLP
Mike Strachan
Mile-O-Motel Ltd.
31,779
77,095
55,785
1,524,634
25,537
138,737
55,788
Millennia Research Limited
782,027
Millennium Southeast False Creek
980,130
409,212
Miller Consultants Inc.
43,273
Miller Creek Power Ltd.
Mayer Contracting Co. Ltd.
316,719
Miller Instruments Ltd.
McCarthy Tetrault
447,176
Minerva Foundation for BC Women
McCarthy Tetrault In Trust
250,000
Minister of Finance
McColl Forestry Ltd.
415,600
Mission Contractors Ltd.
286,004
Mccoy Lake Excavating Ltd.
225,766
Mitchell Island Holdings Inc.
184,745
McElhanney Associates Land Surveying
631,101
Mitchell Press Ltd.
McElhanney Consulting Services Ltd.
391,887
Mitsubishi Canada Ltd.
21,278,987
Mitsubishi Electric Power Products Inc.
15,863,846
Maxim Power Corp.
Maya Vryheid
McEwan Electric Ltd.
29,171
125,567
3,573,669
40,343
25,000
512,378,653
66,816
McGard LLC
479,883
MJ Power Consulting Inc.
McGregor Hardware Dist. Ltd.
100,128
MMK Consulting Inc.
52,500
McKenzie Tree Service Ltd.
216,439
MMM Group Limited
220,855
Mobec Engineering
141,240
McKinsey & Company Canada
McLaren Software
McMahon Cogeneration Plant
26,250
1,496,587
48,645,374
Mod-Tronic Instruments Ltd.
Modulo
414,211
42,886
31,556
McNair Creek Hydro Partnership
1,883,545
McRae's Environmental Srvc Ltd.
321,223
Mole Hole Hand Digging
MCW Consultants Ltd.
237,975
Molson Canada
324,632
Monashee Mfg. Corp. Ltd.
114,052
Monashee Surveying & Geomatics
301,864
MCW/AGE Consulting Professional
MDT Technical Services Inc.
Measurement Technologies
Medical Services Plan Of B.C.
1,064,223
219,068
27,069
9,437,403
Moffatt & Nichol
Money Family Projects Ltd.
Montenay Inc.
489,984
40,806
28,999
7,984,245
Medico Fabrication Inc.
724,235
Morgan Creek Golf Course
Mediquest Technologies Inc.
291,230
Morgan Crossing Properties Ltd
137,396
453,133
Medisys Health Group LP
51,425
Morneau Sobeco Limited Partnership
MEG Consulting Limited
52,368
Morrison Brown & Associates Ltd
Megatech Engineering Ltd.
45,738
Morrison Equipment
30,691
62,907
396,089
Report ID: HYFIA002
HYDRO
Statement of Accounts of $25,000 or more paid
during the year ended March 31 2010
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Morrow Engineering Ltd.
117,039
Nickling Environmental Ltd.
Morrow Environmental Consultants Inc.
145,612
Nickoli Cartage Ltd.
87,802
Nicland Filter Service Ltd.
30,530
Motionrig Systems Ltd.
Mott Electric Ltd.
Mount Currie Indian Band
Mount Polley Holding Company Limited
60,063
210,281
1,201,846
Night Hawk Security Ltd.
31,781
40,182
Nik-Nik Drafting Services
337,747
64,969
Nilex Inc.
27,575
Mount Sicker Lumber Company Ltd
493,555
Nisu Enterprises
129,786
Mountain Marine Transport. Ltd.
127,217
Nixon Wenger, In Trust
125,000
Mountain Top Construction Ltd.
232,651
NKR Enterprises Inc
Mountain View Conservation and
50,000
Mountain Water Research
126,118
95,445
Nlaka'pamux Nation Tribal Council
224,049
Noramco Wire & Cable Co. Ltd.
249,111
Moving Products Inc.
54,683
Noran Tel Inc.
MRK Consulting
33,810
Nordic Tree Service
44,147
87,226
MRW & Associates
489,387
Nordin Consulting
Mt. Blanc Ventures
145,404
Norgaard Ready-Mix Ltd.
76,520
Mud Bay Drilling Co. Ltd.
411,640
Norm Pighin Trucking
68,238
MultiSource Inc.
172,182
Norman A. Abrahamson, Inc.
Murray Jamieson
283,740
Norpac Controls Ltd.
747,616
Murray Latta Progressive Machine Inc.
755,210
Norris Colby
112,074
Mustel Group
104,788
North American Gantry & Equip.
31,448
North Arm Transportation Ltd.
82,892
North Central Field Services Ltd.
43,386
11,047,526
North Douglas Sysco Food Services Inc
43,886
Myka Welding Ltd.
28,028
North Fraser Salmon Assistance Society
50,050
Myron's Door Service Ltd.
43,115
North Island College
97,041
N&S Power Digging Ltd.
518,872
North Peace Medical
30,000
Mutual Construction Ltd
MVA Power Inc.
MWH Canada Inc.
4,189,635
412,909
141,261
64,800
N.V. Chalmers & Associate Ltd
94,500
North Shore Winter Club
62,098
Naesgaard Geotechnical Ltd.
25,620
North Sky Consulting Group Ltd.
43,850
Nahanni Construction Ltd.
133,645
North Star Structural Contractors Ltd.
38,058
Naito Environmental
184,841
North West Rubber Mats
52,027
Nalco Canada Co
119,026
Northern Concrete Cutting Ltd.
26,022
Napa Auto Parts
80,500
Northern Construction Specialties Ltd.
53,502
National Economic Research
82,320
Northern Crane Services
48,796
National Instruments
53,504
Northern Health Authority
National Public Relations
136,156
Northern Industrial Sales Ltd.
Nature Conservancy of Canada
343,000
Northern Lights College
Navigant Consulting Inc.
136,755
Northern Metalic Sales Ltd.
Navigata Communications Ltd.
43,560
Northern Rockies Regional Municipality
75,183
381,792
37,715
43,547
453,846
Navigo Consulting & Coaching Inc.
446,779
Northern Ropes & Industrial
40,068
Navus Environmental Consulting
113,149
Northern Thunderbird Air Inc.
75,629
NC4 Public Sector, LLC
113,864
Northern Trailer Ltd.
56,474
NCE Value Engineers Inc.
53,309
Northgate Village LP
30,293
Nedia Consulting Company
59,115
Northland Properties
36,174
Neil Oborne
46,326
Northside Petroleum Products
31,854
Nelson Roofing & Sheet Metal Ltd.
51,905
Northwest Community College
Neopost Canada Ltd.
284,365
Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Ltd.
Neptune Food Services
136,683
Northwest Power Pool
Ness Environmental Sciences
85,698
Northwest Tree Service Ltd.
Neucel Specialty Cellulose Ltd.
30,713
Northwestel Inc.
New Buildings Institute Inc.
62,569
Northwrite Inc.
New Ventures BC
50,000
Norum Consulting & Inspection Ltd.
Newalta Corporation
364,589
Nor-Val Rentals Ltd
Newland Enterprises Ltd.
691,727
Nova Fusion Welding Ltd.
Nexans Canada Inc.
Nexeter Technologies Ltd.
Nexterra Energy Corp.
28,187,749
Nova Gas Transmission Ltd.
1,238,738
Nova Pole International Inc.
25,725
38,202
222,590
72,922
73,205
163,696
71,473
71,407
2,851,076
91,183
171,047
Novellus Projects Ltd.
29,799
Nicholas Gregor
25,344
N'Quatqua Band
49,678
Nicholson Manufacturing Ltd.
25,710
NRG Research Group
61,152
Nick Baccante
60,446
Nuance Communications Inc.
49,140
NGK Insulators of Canada Ltd.
3,336,469
Novell Canada Ltd.
27,127
866,036
Report ID: HYFIA002
Nu-Life Industries Inc.
HYDRO
Statement of Accounts of $25,000 or more paid
during the year ended March 31 2010
25,547
Nupqu Development Corporation
124,366
NW Energy (Williams Lake) Ltd.
47,837,942
Pal's Catering
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2010/09/23
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78,801
Pan Pacific Hotel Vancouver
139,938
Pan Pacific Whistler Mountainside
108,088
1,076,167
Pandion Ecological Research Ltd
30,898
Obstacle Collision Avoidance System AS
94,786
Paragon Consulting Services Inc
55,257
Obstacle Collision Avoidance System Inc.
198,348
Parametrix
61,996
O'Brien Brothers Enterprise
Oceanside Forest Consulting Ltd.
76,352
Park Place Lodge
Oceanworks Canada
36,242
Park Royal Shopping Centre Holdings Ltd.
48,968
211,982
Octagon Inc.
295,064
Parker-Pacific Equipment Sales
Odgers Berndtson Canada/Vancouver Inc
117,188
Parkland Industries LP
1,011,325
Oiles America Corporation
27,704
Parks West Enterprise
397,383
Okanagan Indian Band
84,099
Parmeter Engineering Inc.
254,692
235,025
Parsnip River Forestry Inc.
54,441
Okanagan Test Rite Liveline Tool
29,749
Parsons Brinckerhoff Ltd.
48,644
Okanagan Traffic Control Professionals
67,446
Partner Technologies Inc.
156,787
Partnerships British Columbia Inc.
564,414
Okanagan Nation Alliance
OLAV & Co. Inc.
262,744
63,523
Olympic Int'L Agencies Ltd.
30,442
Omar Kirkeeng Excavating
537,923
Pathfinder Coaching
33,091
Omicron Canada Inc
3,443,984
Patrick CG Ong Inc.
202,258
Omicron Construction Management Ltd.
5,711,204
Patriot Sales Inc.
Omicron Interiors Ltd.
58,733
Patton & Cooke Co
90,376
39,594
1,014,436
Patty McKenna
81,806
One Call Locators Canada Ltd.
86,937
Paul Bekenn Ltd.
85,680
Onni Contracting Ltd.
59,724
Paul Paquette & Sons Contracting Ltd.
53,709
Paul Thomas
42,931
OMSI ITF 401 West Georgia Street
Ontrea Inc.
OPB Realty Inc.
1,915,506
Paterson Jamieson Associates
230,959
36,308
PBC Health Benefits Society
38,220
Open Road Auto Group Limited
117,008
PCA Valence Engineering Technologies
OpenRoad Communications
210,766
Pco Services Corporation
Optimum Energy Products Ltd.
332,044
Pcore Electric Company Inc.
38,287
OptiStor Technologies Inc.
124,299
Peace Communications Cable
104,611
Oracle Canada ULC
OSIsoft Inc.
Ouest Business Solutions
2,440,484
156,160
3,204,676
729,947
54,321
Peace Country Flooring &
39,071
Peace Country Rentals &
91,585
Peace Moving & Storage Ltd.
97,144
26,250
Peace Navigation Ltd.
986,881
Overtime Building Maintenance
86,095
Peace River Regional District
903,668
Overwaitea Food Group Limited
925,188
Peace View Enterprises Ltd.
116,343
562,177
Out to See Entertainment Inc.
Oxford Management Services Inc.
47,950
Pedre Contractors Ltd.
Oyster Bay Consulting Limited
93,169
Peel's Nurseries Ltd
64,909
P. Machibroda Engineering Ltd.
154,980
Pemberton Valley Lodge
34,615
P.S.I. Fluid Power Ltd.
31,276
Pembina Institute
P.S.L. Steel Ltd.
28,207
Peninsula Engineering Solutions Inc.
262,839
PA Consulting Group Inc.
26,624
Performance by Design
633,413
Pacific Arborist
67,421
Performance Coaching Inc.
284,435
Pacific Blasting & Demolition Ltd.
Pacific Blue Cross
828,512
7,647,143
Pacific Bolt Mfg. (1988) Ltd.
241,605
Pacific Centre Leaseholds Ltd.
37,500
Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium
100,000
Pacific Coast Articulated Truck Ltd.
67,218
Pacific Electrical Install. Ltd
862,889
Peter Colenbrander
36,615
Peter Grant & Associates
66,573
Peter Haagsman
Peter Kiewit Sons Co.
Petro-Canada Lubricants Inc
6,280,943
115,893
Philtek Electronics Ltd.
264,439
88,646
Phoenix Contact Ltd.
Pacific Industrial & Marine Ltd.
54,378
Phoenix Enterprises Ltd.
Pacific Liaicon and Associates
374,221
Pile Dynamics Inc.
Pacific Northern Gas Ltd.
158,719
Pine Tree Helicopters Ltd.
37,541
35,175
27,441,343
PHH ARC Environmental Ltd.
Pacific Fasteners Ltd.
Pacific U-Power Inc
52,716
Pingston Creek Hydro Joint Venture
38,022
198,481
30,320
55,508
8,885,791
Pacific West Tree Services Inc.
352,553
Pinton Forrest & Madden
57,311
Pacific Western Helicopters Ltd
169,627
Pioneer Rail Contracting Ltd.
46,261
Pacific-Surrey Construction Ltd
46,110
Piteau Assoc. Engineering Ltd.
71,617
124,462
Pitney Bowes Of Canada Ltd.
62,687
Plad Equipment Ltd.
52,513
Painted Boat Resort Spa & Marina
Paladin Security Group Ltd.
2,746,200
Report ID: HYFIA002
Planetworks Consulting
Plant Woolner Partners Ltd.
Plateau Systems Ltd.
Plowe Power Systems Ltd.
HYDRO
Statement of Accounts of $25,000 or more paid
during the year ended March 31 2010
199,400
55,603
262,928
4,043,092
Profast Contracting Ltd.
Professional Diving Technologies Ltd.
Progressive Fence Installations Ltd.
Progressive Marine Leasing Ltd
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2010/09/23
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25,515
27,725
2,618,609
34,399
PNG Construction Ltd.
93,925
Progressive Metal Fabricators Ltd.
POGO Consultants Ltd
29,981
Prostar Systems Inc
Point Four Systems Inc.
79,653
Protorch Welding
Polar Battery Vancouver Ltd.
48,554
Provincial Health Services Authority
Polar Medical Service Inc
42,516
Prysmian Cables & Systems Canada Ltd.
Polaris Corporate Services Inc.
88,502
Public Utilities Maintenance Inc.
441,810
Polaris Realty (Canada) Ltd.
36,795
Pulse Energy Inc
309,144
1,079,002
Pump Systems Matter
Pollara, Inc.
186,307
Purcell Resources Inc.
Polovick Equipment Services
201,611
Purcell Services Ltd.
Pole-Tec Services Ltd.
Poltec Industries Ltd.
57,708
Purenz Web Consulting Group Inc.
Polycast International
80,437
Purity Casting Alloys Ltd.
Poly-Chlor Plastics Ind. Ltd.
207,334
Purolator Courier Ltd.
Polycrete Restorations Ltd.
731,968
Quad L Enterprises Ltd
26,841
105,336
92,775
151,722
2,509,219
38,816
32,458
112,607
98,117
143,247
93,082
1,878,939
Polygon Construction Management Ltd
30,713
Qualichem Industrial Prod. Ltd.
Polyrama Plastics Ltd.
69,482
Qualified Tree Services Ltd.
334,543
Qualitrol Company LLC
128,358
Pomeroy Inn & Suites
Ponte Bros Contracting Ltd.
493,749
2,450,474
Quality Auditing Institute Ltd.
44,179
32,858
Popadiuk Construction
32,380
Quality Business Solutions Inc.
Poplar Properties Ltd
34,230
Quality Home Improvements
148,990
Port Hardy Bulldozing Ltd.
74,520
Quality Move Management Inc.
168,446
Portland Energy Conservation Inc.
68,845
Quality Program Services Inc
197,849
Positron Inc.
158,372
Quanta Technology LLC
Potential Pictures Inc.
69,782
Quantum Consulting Group Ltd
Pottinger Gaherty Environmental
93,584
Quantum Lighting Inc.
53,372
58,269
49,642
1,550,557
Powell Research (1995) Ltd.
132,537
Quantum Murray LP
493,580
Power Battery Sales Ltd.
264,935
Quantum Supply Ltd.
154,091
Power Line Systems, Inc.
32,779
Quesnel Community and Economic
30,000
Power Pioneers
77,183
Quesnel River Pulp Company
80,245
Power Tree Werx
PowerComm Solutions, LLC
PowerNex Associates Inc.
PowerServ Enterprises
649,550
Quest Software, Canada
137,073
49,192
Quoin Consulting Ltd.
179,141
100,861
6,979,952
Praxair Canada Inc.
Precise Cleaning Services
Precision ERP Inc.
Precision Radar Scanning
Precision Service & Pumps Inc.
Precision Tree Services Ltd.
Preformed Line Products (Canada) Ltd.
Premetalco Inc.
Premier Farnell Canada Ltd.
30,000
57,170
Powertech Labs Inc.
Precision Crane And Parts Ltd.
QUEST
R & B Complete Services
77,225
R & J Williams Consulting Inc.
288,060
301,842
R Bury Media & Supplies Ltd.
51,037
167,854
R. Doumont Welding
43,472
R. Radloff & Associates Inc.
36,590
R.A. Malatest & Associates Ltd.
99,146
79,905
784,080
53,847
118,195
69,337
160,238
R.A.L. Bobcat Service
R.F. Klein & Sons Limited
R.J.M. Distribution Services Inc.
55,309
206,910
83,140
R.L. Brews Ltd.
156,005
59,336
R.R. Interior Power & Electric Ltd.
974,011
155,801
R.S. Electron Pole Inspection Ltd.
331,994
Prepac Manufacturing Ltd
43,279
R.S.S.L. Rosales Safety Services Ltd.
266,578
Prestige Inn
60,880
R.T. Penney Property Services
122,108
457,383
Pricewaterhousecoopers LLP
844,268
R.W. Beck Inc.
Primary Engineering Corp.
206,328
Radian Communication Services (Canada)
Primex Industries
62,229
Radio Works
Prince George Hydro Mechanical
43,054
Radium Industrial Solutions
Prince George Youth Custody Services
34,400
Raging River Power & Mining Inc.
Prince Sheet Metal & Heating Ltd.
Prism Engineering
Pro Hardware & Bldg Supplies
Procon Systems Inc.
Profab Manufacturing Ltd.
209,533
52,541
109,040
53,397
126,009
73,582
169,417
68,940
637,579
Raider Hansen Inc.
28,243
Rain Coast Cranes & Equip. Inc.
78,132
Rai-Tec Industries Ltd.
33,762
Ralph Stewart Contracting Ltd
Ramada Ltd.
52,478
132,377
Report ID: HYFIA002
Rampro Casting & Crossing Ltd.
Rare Earth Recreational Developments
HYDRO
Statement of Accounts of $25,000 or more paid
during the year ended March 31 2010
165,000
65,949
Ricoh Canada Inc.
Ridpest Service Ltd.
Ratcliffe & Company In Trust
138,907
Right-of-Way Operations Group Inc.
Raybern Erectors Ltd.
162,905
Rio Tinto Alcan, Inc
Raydon Rentals Ltd.
531,225
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2,647,109
31,405
84,328
151,048,293
Risktec Europe BV Tripod Solutions
28,609
Raylec Power Ltd.
63,226
Ritchie Bros Properties Ltd
68,818
Raymond LaPointe
88,793
Ritchie Smith Feeds Inc
RBC Capital Markets
RBC Dexia Investor Services Trust
RBC Life Insurance Company
4,752,297
Riteway Tree Service Ltd.
67,396
Ritz Instrument Trans. Inc.
526,876
38,790
1,325,385
58,937
RKO Business Solutions Inc.
206,715
RCC Electronics
54,374
Roadpost Inc
102,485
Read Jones Christoffersen Ltd.
70,489
Roadrunner Excavating Ltd.
215,490
Roadway Traffic Control Ltd.
203,812
Real Web Inc
Receiver General for Canada
Red Seal Recruiting Solutions Ltd.
Redwood Consulting Inc.
135,450
1,626,947
82,267
157,553
Robert Essery
Robert Half Canada Inc
92,043
50,954
249,794
Robert M Heenan Sales Ltd
54,886
Reg Dist Of Kootenay Boundary
924,807
Robertson, Kolbeins, Teevan, Gallaher
45,142
Reg Norman Trucking Ltd.
342,318
Robin Charlwood & Associates PLLC
37,538
Rege Consulting Corporation
160,323
Robin J. Miller
Redwood Plastics Corp.
Reginald Durrell
Regional Dist. Of East Kootenay
59,945
Robcat Services (1998) Ltd.
28,117
Robson Valley Power Corp.
25,806
Rock-Crete Equipment Ltd.
Regional District of Central Kootenay
559,496
Rockford Energy Corporation
Regional District Of Fraser -
544,233
48,311
1,062,516
25,040
1,507,896
Rocky Mountain Environmental
138,968
Regional District of Strathcona
84,947
Rocky Mountain Powerline Maintenance
566,065
Regional Tree Service
63,260
Rocky Mountain Pump Service Ltd.
39,216
503,898
Rocky Mountain Soil Sampling Inc.
25,739
REI Consulting Services Inc.
ReimAir Consulting
59,749
Roco Rescue of Canada Inc.
85,686
Reimer Consulting Group Inc.
26,633
Rodney Brandon
25,971
Reliable Equipment Rentals Ltd.
140,196
Roger Stilwell
Reliance Holdings Ltd.
227,613
Rogers Wireless Inc.
Relumen Engineering Incorporated
116,638
Roll-A-Cone Mfg.
33,064
Rolling Mix Concrete (B.C.) Ltd
59,688
Rollins Machinery Ltd.
52,568
Rempel Bros. Concrete Ltd.
84,040
Renegade Construction Inc.
104,009
Rescan Environmental Services Ltd.
Rescue One Fire Medical Rescue
25,579
122,189
Rolston Crane & Freight Ltd.
Rona Inc
36,225
548,241
32,344
241,462
Research Now
54,926
Ronald H. Kroeker
Resilient Consulting Group Inc
44,987
Roots of Empathy
44,974
Resolution Reprographics Ltd.
569,911
Roper Greyell LLP
395,051
Ross Clarke Environmental &Wildlife Serv
105,439
Resolver Inc
Resort Municipality Of Whistler
ResponseTek Networks Corp
Retirement Concepts
51,471
808,241
44,100
109,464
Royal Bank Realty Inc
Royal BC Museum Corporation
Royal Flex-Lox Pipe Limited
Retirement Concepts Seniors Services Ltd
87,551
Royal Roads University
Revay and Associates Ltd.
61,096
RS Line Construction, Inc.
83,557
50,558
175,666
1,701,722
105,644
3,089,188
Revelstoke Community Housing Society
250,000
RSC Equipment Rental of Canada Ltd.
Revelstoke Equipment Rentals Ltd.
119,922
RST Instruments Ltd.
978,081
RSW Inc.
237,293
Revelstoke Janitors Services Ltd.
159,070
R-Tech Technology Inc.
786,241
Revelstoke Plumbing & Electrical
53,050
Ruckle Navigation Ltd.
215,003
Rex Peak Contracting
27,878
Ruggedcom Inc.
Revelstoke Golf Club
30,000
38,234
Rexel Canada Electrical Inc.
974,333
Rush Electric Limited
Reynier & Associates
103,022
Russel Metals Inc.
RHM International LLC
30,619
Rutherford Creek Power Ltd.
Richard Bitterman
115,371
Richard Gathercole
44,856
RWDI Air Inc.
Richard Huber Engineering Ltd.
95,925
Ryerson Canada Inc.
Richmond Plywood Corporation Limited
44,521
S & C Electric Canada Ltd.
Rick Hansen Foundation
50,000
S Tan Consulting
Rick Monnington
26,820
S&S Asphalt Paving & Sealing Co.
RW Irvine Consulting Inc.
56,135
296,953
33,758
8,847,618
50,631
428,173
203,752
6,559,757
129,812
26,985
Report ID: HYFIA002
S. McKenzie Contracting Ltd.
HYDRO
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during the year ended March 31 2010
86,541
Seaside Painters and Sandblasters Inc.
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295,652
S.G. Peardon & Assoc. Inc.
343,695
Seaspan Coastal Intermodal Co.
94,035
Sacre-Davey Engineering
104,439
Seaspan International Ltd.
44,737
Safe Engineering Services & Tech. Ltd.
35,305
Seaway Diving Ltd.
52,099
Safety & Emergency Management
42,988
Sechelt Indian Band
113,578
Sector One Aerospace
214,071
Safety Net Security Ltd.
Sahali Holdings Ltd.
Saint Bernadine Mission Communications
103,936
62,927
253,653
Securicom Solutions
39,398
Securiguard Services Ltd.
313,255
Salmon's Transfer Ltd.
65,218
Sediver Canada Inc.
346,400
Salus Adera Projects Ltd.
60,795
Seepanee Ecological
25,315
Sampson Research Inc
122,181
Selen Anita Securities Inc.
Samuel Manu-Tech Inc.
159,155
Selkirk Remote Sensing Ltd.
Sandcan Services
107,041
Selkirk Safety Training
42,694
Sandman Inns Ltd.
267,636
Senga Consulting Inc.
116,960
Sentes Chevrolet Oldsmobile Ltd.
152,919
Sandor Rental Equipment Ltd.
Sandwell Engineering Inc.
Sandy Giroux
46,742
75,159
126,933
2,841,603
Sequence Instruments Inc
61,929
352,656
Sequoia Engineering LLP
143,820
Service Quality Measurement Group Inc.
109,371
866,075
SES Consulting Inc.
123,918
SAR Engineering Ltd.
25,358
Seto Engineering Inc.
194,873
Sarah Cheung
42,440
Seton
SAP Canada Inc.
Sapphire Technologies Canada
SAS Institute (Canada) Inc.
Sasco Products Inc.
Sauber Mfg. Co.
Sawarne Lumber Co. Ltd.
3,714,274
278,858
26,933
133,832
28,678
Seton Lake Indian Band
Seton Portage Motel
Seton Portage-Shalalth Dist.
Shamrock Welding Ltd.
29,750
309,205
82,080
30,780
332,854
Schneider Electric Canada Inc
485,359
Shanahan's Ltd.
30,252
School District - 35 (Langley)
243,943
Shaw Cable Services Ltd.
33,416
Shaw Direct
27,392
Shearwater Marine Group
80,473
Shegow Consulting Ltd.
59,063
School District - 22
School District - 34 Abbotsford
School District - 37 (Delta)
52,121
111,651
50,000
School District - 38 (Richmond)
143,188
Shelfspace The Association for Retail
25,000
School District - 39 Vancouver
255,354
Shelter Industries Inc.
28,592
School District - 41 (Burnaby)
354,354
Sheraton Four Points Hotels
27,716
School District - 43
75,000
Sherine Industries Ltd.
School District - 6
74,884
Sheung-Mo Sin
School District - 62 (Sooke)
59,200
Shield Metal Contracting Ltd.
School District - 68 (Nanaimo-Ladysmith)
79,590
Shift Consulting
School District - 72
82,208
Shin Nippon Machinery Co Ltd
School District - 73
160,270
Si Systems Ltd
School District - 79
147,054
Siefken Engineering Ltd.
School District - 83
25,000
Siemens Building Tech. Ltd.
School District #52 (Prince Rupert)
46,815
Siemens Canada Ltd.
School District 33 Chilliwack
64,043
Siemens Water Technologies Canada Inc.
68,435
School District 45 - West Vancouver
76,860
Signtext Manufacturing Ltd.
36,883
School District 69 (Qualicum)
93,197
Silver City Galvanizing Inc.
School District 71 Courtenay/ComoxValley
School District 83 N Okanagan Shuswap
Schweitzer Engineering Lab Inc.
Scott Decker
143,893
25,000
2,363,597
60,711
Silver Hotels (Vancouver) Ltd.
Similco Mines Ltd
Simon Fraser University
Simpcw First Nation
99,083
120,609
36,775
26,541
1,545,150
154,453
25,415
134,719
14,099,695
44,858
128,582
46,515
457,622
25,548
Scott McLean Contracting
108,579
Simpcw Resources Ltd. Partnerships
120,166
Scott Plastics Ltd.
149,940
Simson-Maxwell
413,774
Scott Spring Ltd.
35,167
Scott Wills Contracting
651,180
Sinclair Enterprises Ltd
192,534
262,975
SDM Realty Advisors Ltd.
37,065
Singleton Urquhart
SDR Survey Ltd
37,342
Singletree Contracting
Seabird Island Band
58,003
Sitca Inc.
Sealtek Fabrications Ltd.
Seamor Marine Ltd
105,902
74,064
79,167
Sinclair Technologies Inc.
80,791
636,496
Sitsa Holdings Ltd.
67,815
Skagit Environmental Endowment
63,621
Seaquest Management Inc
123,637
Skatin Nation
27,708
Sears Canada Inc.
319,217
SKC Siu Engineering Ltd.
34,805
Report ID: HYFIA002
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during the year ended March 31 2010
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Skeena Power Systems Ltd.
552,919
Steel Pacific Recycling
169,900
Skeetchestn Indian Band
174,324
Steel-Fab Inc.
565,982
Skillsoft
61,507
Stefan Marketing Inc.
Skookum Power Corp
78,958
Stella-Jones Inc.
262,609
61,226
Stephens Equipment Inc.
235,454
Skye Emergency Planning
92,325
Sky-Hi Scaffolding Ltd.
198,705
Sterling Crane
Slacan Industries Inc.
957,599
Sterling Lumber Company Ltd.
231,048
Slaney Safety Services
201,525
Steve Emery Contracting
107,536
Slegg Construction Materials Ltd.
28,889
Steven Ames & Associates Inc.
60,219
57,834
SLR Consulting (Canada) Ltd.
696,098
Steven Kosa
SmartSignal
165,148
Stevens Excavating Ltd.
30,226
Smith Bros. & Wilson (BC) Ltd.
209,350
Stevenson Consulting & Contracting
68,224
Smith Cameron Pump Solutions
68,523
Stevested Machinery & Engineering Ltd.
Snap-On-Tools Of Canada Ltd.
71,842
Still Creek Press Ltd.
Snc-Lavalin Inc.
Snuneymuxw First Nation
Soalogix Inc
Soar Management Consultants Inc
36,754,789
1,006,153
114,287
37,359
98,491
Sto:lo Hydro Ad Hoc Committee
49,440
Sto:lo Research and Resource
95,470
Sto:lo Tribal Council
61,725
170,143
Sodbuster Landscaping Ltd.
44,838
Stone Canyon Security Services
282,891
Stop 'n' Go Traffic Control Ltd.
Solidcore Systems Inc.
Solo Corps
29,970
102,060
30,815
366,545
Stl'Atl'Imx Nation Hydro
Social Signal Networks, Inc.
Sol Consulting
168,956
Stockton Industries Inc.
64,014
530,188
45,489
Strategic Aboriginal Consulting Inc.
139,442
Strategic Energy Group
345,467
SOMA Concepts & Solutions
44,684
Strategic Silviculture Ltd.
Somerset Engineering
37,583
Stratford Consulting
Sonepar Canada Inc.
575,740
Sonic Enclosures Ltd.
28,641
Strictly Flagging
Sony Of Canada Ltd.
43,701
Strongpine Industrial Ltd.
110,377
Structural Integrity Associates Inc
195,948
Soo River Hydro
Sorrento Tree Toppers Ltd.
Soucie Construction Ltd.
5,035,265
415,532
44,062
Streamline Fencing Ltd.
Stu Ross
Stylecraft Fiberglass Mfg. Inc.
26,026
61,061
2,403,041
35,232
35,805
141,668
South Sutton Creek Hydro Inc.
1,248,751
Southern Railway Of B.C. Ltd.
57,160
Sumas Environmental Svc's. Inc.
269,404
Southwell Controls Limited
51,368
Summit Blasting Ltd.
502,194
SP Electrical Contracting Ltd.
77,136
Summit Catering Ltd
29,019
Summit Environmental Consultants Ltd.
69,050
Subnet Solutions Inc.
Spallumcheen Band
153,777
Spani Developments
94,527
Sun Coast Plumbing & Heating Ltd.
130,871
Sun Life Assurance Co. Of Canada
Sparkle Clear Resources (1992) Inc.
33,500
36,809
2,690,491
27,177
Sunfields Consulting Inc.
186,118
Spatial Vision Group Inc.
169,514
SunGard AvantGard LLC
86,151
Spaz Logging
162,716
Sunrise Engineering & Mfg Inc
37,113
Spartan Controls Ltd.
Spire Construction Inc.
35,165
Sunrise Trailer Sales
64,575
Spooner Electric Ltd.
32,100
Sunshine Coast Regional Dist.
49,760
Sunshine Coast Resort
71,891
Super 8 Motel
78,455
Super Save Disposal Inc.
74,649
25,348
Sportsmans Motel
Squamish Indian Band
Squamish Lillooet Regional Dist
191,158
47,983
879,285
Squamish Nation
99,549
Superior Fencing Ltd.
Srp Control Systems Ltd.
29,894
Superior Plus LP
St. John Society (BC & Yukon)
42,905
Supremex Inc.
326,327
St. Mary's Indian Band
63,413
Surfwood Supply (1964) Ltd.
103,227
Stan Baker Trucking Ltd.
49,560
Surrey Fluid Power Ltd.
Standard & Poor's LLC
35,068
Surround Techologies Inc.
1,787,809
Standard Roofing Corp.
202,419
Surtek Industries Inc.
1,597,378
Stanja Frenette
45,644
89,647
61,556
Susan Sparrow & Associates
132,363
102,911
Stanley Security Solutions Inc.
104,594
Sustainable Dance Club
Stantec Consulting Ltd.
390,739
Sustainable Development Consulting
Staples Business Depot
193,723
Sustainable Events Ltd.
36,750
36,750
Starline Architectural Windows Ltd
60,820
Sustainable Strategies
222,174
Starline Windows (2001) Ltd.
59,655
Sutherland Safety Service
149,011
Stealth Valves & Controls Ltd
44,744
Swagelok
75,886
Report ID: HYFIA002
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during the year ended March 31 2010
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Swan Haven Waterfront Cottages
47,982
The Cadman Consulting Group
Swanson's Ready-Mix Ltd.
55,758
The Cadmus Group Inc.
Sweeping Beauties Janitorial
25,273
The Conference Board Of Canada
Sylvan Consulting Ltd.
74,677
The Corp Of The Dist of West Vancouver
587,601
55,984
The Corp. Of The City Of White Rock
236,294
369,063
The Corp. Of The Dist. of Powell River
502,214
The Corp. Of The District Of Kent
349,925
Sylvia Lee
Symantec Corporation
Synergy Applied Ecology
Synex Energy Resources Ltd.
74,994
2,080,323
The Corp. of the District of Peachland
616,022
53,201
90,777
47,731
114,445
The Corp. Of The Village of Burns Lake
68,588
33,103
The Corp. Of The Village of Pemberton
132,307
Sytec Engineering Inc.
660,490
The Corp. Of The Village of Valemount
T & B Consulting Ltd.
238,690
The Corporation Of Delta
T & D High Voltage Consulting Ltd.
224,501
Synovate Ltd
SYSCOM Instruments SA
230,366
2,885,022
The Corporation Of The Village of Masset
68,996
T and T Supermarket
72,671
The Dede Henley Group
64,830
T. Lipp
26,094
The Delphi Group
86,123
The Driving Force Inc.
55,961
T. Page Consulting Inc.
176,600
T.J. Pataky Consulting Engineering Inc.
83,945
The Electrician
T.J. Tryon Land Surveying Ltd.
98,821
The Elements Network Inc.
T.L.K. Services
41,350
The Governing Council of the Salvation
T.MacRae Family Sales Ltd.
77,843
The Gund Company
Tab
25,525
The Land Conservancy of B.C.
Tactics Resource Management Ltd.
62,567
The Law Society of BC
Take A Break Coffee Service Ltd
37,996
The Nature Trust Of B.C.
Takeaki Nariya
51,351
The Scale Shop (1963) Ltd.
Tall Timber Tree Services Ltd.
84,149
The Sheltair Group
34,825
53,211
150,000
47,727
183,600
29,404
115,783
The Simon Fraser Society For
65,644
Tamworth Electric Supply Co. Ltd.
29,480
The Structure Group
25,518
Tanya Schecter
43,050
The Vancouver Board Of Trade
Tara Holdings Inc.
42,000
The Vancouver Consulting Group
190,620
Targa Contracting
344,939
Thelta Consulting Inc.
293,223
Tamarack Tree Care
Target Land Surveying
Taschuk Excavating
Taylor-Made Business Solutions
1,010,738
71,273
460,237
42,642
116,175
42,591
Thermo King of British Columbia Inc.
Thiessen Retail Sales Inc
Thomas & Betts Ltd.
52,279
49,198
65,076
544,719
TD Securities Inc.
264,137
Thomas Hart Contracting
27,415
TDB Consultants Inc.
536,039
Thomas Hill
58,410
TechImp Systems SRL
673,628
Thompson Rivers University
69,926
Tekara Organizational
61,898
Teknion Furniture Systems Co. Limited
Teksystems Canada Inc.
Telecom Communications Inc.
634,192
4,237,448
137,529
Thomson Financial LLC
Thomson Technology Inc.
25,402
236,395
Three Points Ltd.
75,124
Thrifty Foods
32,295
63,520
Teledyne RD Instruments
34,090
Thunderbird Security Ltd.
Telmar Network Technology
65,083
Thyssen Mining Construction
48,646
Telus Communications Company
8,094,888
ThyssenKrupp Elevator (Canada) Limited
Telus Mobility
3,113,516
ThyssenKrupp Safway Inc
Telus Services Inc.
2,332,077
TIBCO Software Inc.
Telvent Canada Ltd
1,381,234
Tidy Steel-Fab Ltd/
56,254
Tigertel Communications Inc.
29,453
Temanex Consulting Inc.
Tembec Enterprises Inc.
Tennent Electrical Consulting
Tenold Transportation Inc.
Terasen Gas Inc.
111,064
9,594,326
Tim Curry Sales Ltd
157,036
35,459
5,376,864
64,579
61,342
Timberland Equipment
36,797
Timberoot Environmental Inc.
82,818
TimberWest Forest Company
29,256
Time Street Management Consulting Inc.
84,692
Timeco-Marten Company Ltd.
31,334
27,907,047
893,492
Terra Archaeology Limited
48,599
Terra Remote Sensing Inc.
774,759
Terrace Carpet Centre Ltd.
70,158
Tisdale Environmental
79,732
Test Right Rigging Ltd
77,242
T'it'q'et Administration
72,486
TestForce Systems Inc.
113,375
TKT Contracting Ltd.
TFS Engineering
137,189
T-Lane Transportation & Logistics
877,705
TG Eco-Logic LLC
303,132
T-Mar Industries Ltd.
401,137
The Acquity Group LLC
172,224
TNS Canadian Facts
249,050
The BC Public Interest Advocacy Centre
96,593
TNT Marine
97,591
38,000
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Toad River Lodge Ltd
Tolko Industries Ltd.
Tom Benzinger
Tony Vanger
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11:42:08AM
31,287
Tupper Landscaping Inc.
97,650
7,646,886
TurnLeaf Consulting Inc.
65,231
34,650
149,984
TVC Canada Corp.
Twin River Power Ltd.
36,260
2,107,441
Top Gun Collision Auto Body
25,102
Top Hat Bus Charter & Shuttle
114,658
Tyam Construction Ltd.
1,665,009
Torque Industrial Ltd.
327,591
Tyco International Ltd. Co.
2,251,146
Touchdown Enterprises Ltd.
244,793
Tyee Gardens Ltd.
58,149
25,672
Twin Valley Contracting Ltd.
Tourism Vancouver
54,600
Tyler Schwartz
Tower Radio Ltd.
34,687
Tysach Higgins Investments Ltd
Town & Country Tree Service
114,419
Tyson Creek Hydro Corp
126,506
94,876
1,312,956
Town of Comox
91,640
Tzeachten First Nation
37,057
Town Of Gibsons
83,165
U.S. Geological Survey
112,765
Town Of Golden
133,598
UBC Properties Trust
Town Of Ladysmith
138,885
UCL Universal Commun. Ltd.
434,352
26,555
Town of Lake Cowichan
42,799
UGL Canada Inc
982,191
Town of Port McNeil
31,209
Ums Group Inc.
214,082
Town Of Qualicum Beach
Town of Sidney
198,777
96,873
Underhill Geomatics Ltd.
Unifab Industries Ltd.
81,716
884,238
Town Of Smithers
176,263
Unifin International Ltd.
43,667
Town Of View Royal
226,668
Uniglobe
86,329
Township of Langley
1,494,257
Union Of B.C. Municipalities
27,218
40,452
Tracy Kindrachuk
68,795
Unisource Canada Inc.
Tracy Stanek
60,812
Unistrut Building Systems Ltd
45,788
Trail Appliances
104,464
United Protection Services Inc.
372,624
Trainor Mechanical Cont. Ltd.
127,462
United Rentals Of Canada Inc.
1,430,828
Trans Mountain Pipelines
Trans Power Constr. (1999) Ltd.
30,775
2,029,673
United Wire & Cable Canada Ltd.
45,247
Univar Canada Ltd.
309,547
167,272
Transcontinental Printing Inc.
59,823
Universal Machining & Eng. (1980) Ltd.
Transmountain Tree Service
70,846
Universite de Montreal
T-Ray Engineering Co. Ltd.
231,372
University of British Columbia
TRB Architecture Inc.
920,691
University of Guelph
263,389
Tree Canada Foundation
415,375
University Of Northern B.C.
184,940
Tree Wise Management Ltd.
127,714
Upland Excavating Ltd.
Treen Gloves & Safety Prod. Ltd
Trek Aerial Surveys
Trench Ltd
Trevor J. Lowe Holdings Ltd.
94,391
Upnit Power Limited Partnership
35,844
Urban Systems Ltd.
2,392,144
46,724
Urban Wood Waste Recyclers Ltd.
URS Canada Inc.
Trico Excavating Inc.
785,373
Trico Industries Ltd.
37,783
Utilities /Aviation Specialists Inc.
Trim-Time Signs & Autographics
26,525
Utility Consulting Inter'l
Triple F.A. Traffic Control Ltd.
29,621
Utility Contract Services Corp.
Triple H Investments Ltd
29,610
Utility Intergration Solutions, Inc.
TRIRIGA
Tristar Industries Ltd.
178,975
59,913
URS Corporation Americas
Utility Risk Management Ltd.
447,750
1,580,144
245,239
1,422,196
229,837
34,985
56,372
267,409
47,569
353,413
1,633,161
213,128
77,218
Valard Construction Ltd.
6,148,093
1,120,030
Triton Environmental Cons. Ltd.
324,269
Valemount Hydro Limited Partnership
Tri-West Contracting
136,226
Valley Associates
TRK Engineering Ltd.
35,711
Trow Associates Inc.
138,669
Valley Power Line Contracting Ltd
Trowelex Concrete Contr. Ltd.
144,706
Valley Traffic Systems Inc.
829,357
Valmont Industries Inc.
227,105
Troy Purmal Contracting
Troy Sprinkler Limited
Troyer Ventures Ltd.
Truck West Ltd.
True Value Service
Trydor Industries (Canada) Ltd.
Ts'kw'aylaxw First Nation
Tsleil-Waututh Nation
64,828
467,057
26,741
Valley Helicopters Ltd.
Vamosa Inc.
Van Houtte Coffee Services Inc.
88,254
256,109
1,830,651
45,087
65,715
162,970
Van Kam Freightways Ltd.
907,869
105,393
Vancity Courier Service Inc.
117,082
Vancouver Arena Limited Partnership
309,908
6,637,257
78,573
261,989
Vancouver Canadians Professional
Vancouver Canucks Ltd. Partnership
T'Souke First Nation
60,435
Vancouver City Savings Credit
TU Delft -Faculteit Civiele Techniek
60,000
Vancouver Coastal Health Authority
25,361
119,211
55,621
413,770
Report ID: HYFIA002
HYDRO
Statement of Accounts of $25,000 or more paid
during the year ended March 31 2010
Vancouver Community College
211,436
W.E. Stone
Vancouver Convention &
222,807
W.K. Taylor Consulting Ltd.
Vancouver Convention Centre Expansion
198,808
W6 Ranch Ltd.
Vancouver Fireworks Festival Society
Vancouver Fraser Port Authority
Vancouver Home and Interior Design
Vancouver Int'L Airport Auth.
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2010/09/23
11:42:08AM
94,318
234,070
41,197
52,500
Wacor Holdings Ltd.
40,973
198,764
Waddell Electric Ltd.
1,081,891
36,750
339,936
Wade Technologies Ltd.
Wainwright Marine Services Ltd.
34,590
117,377
Vancouver Island Air Ltd.
27,132
Vancouver Island First Aid
143,072
Walk the Line Traffic Control
Vancouver Island Health Authority
289,758
Wal-Mart Canada Inc.
80,173
Walsh's Janitorial Service
50,574
Walter Brunner
66,559
Vancouver Island Powerlines Ltd
Vancouver Island University
Vancouver Native Housing Society
VANOC 2010 Olympic & Paralympic
4,161,065
99,251
184,141
1,264,572
Walden Power Partnership
Warrington PCI Management
1,695,521
177,766
43,677
Wartsila Canada Inc.
126,520
Vanprop Investments
101,063
Waste Management
90,018
Vanway Cabinets Ltd.
41,890
Waste Services (CA) Inc
59,701
Varsteel Ltd.
30,091
Waterfall Holdings Inc.
Veary Consulting Ltd
Vecima Networks Inc.
113,520
30,252
Watson Goepel Maledy LLP in Trust
Watson Wyatt Worldwide
50,346
1,000,000
97,217
Venos Ventures Ltd.
104,950
Wayjo General Contracting Ltd.
555,560
Venture Mechanical Systems Ltd.
557,748
Wayne Blackmore
200,919
Ventyx Energy LLC
71,348
Ventyx Software Inc
2,347,244
VEP Communications and Services
Vernon Moving & Storage Ltd.
Versacold Canada Corp.
29,088
702,259
32,377
Wayne Stetski
Webster Hudson &
Wee Willy's Woodyshop
Weir Canada Inc.
Weisgerber Consulting Inc.
Versatek Surveys Ltd.
119,162
Wellington Foundry Co. Ltd.
VH Consulting Services
147,042
WEQ Production Equipment LP
Via-Sat Data Systems Inc.
902,515
Wesco Distribution Canada LP
Vibro-Meter SA
41,717
Wesco Industries Ltd.
Vicki Gould Holdings Ltd.
44,620
Wesgroup Income Properties LP
Victor Asmunt
25,625
West Coast Helicopters
Vida Morkunas & Associates
189,255
West Coast Powerboat Handling
VIH Aviation Group Ltd.
671,938
West Coast Spill Supplies Ltd.
Viking Fire Protection Inc.
1,039,364
West Coast Tree Service
33,495
477,143
212,264
9,441,009
201,542
38,217
43,950
1,038,892
66,099
46,619
149,408
32,609
86,061
396,256
Village Of Anmore
453,263
Village of Belcarra
28,024
West Fraser Timber Company Ltd.
Village of Canal Flats
25,923
West Kootenay Social Enterprise
Village Of Chase
45,278
West Pacific Consulting Group
Village of Clinton
26,866
West Rim Fibre Corp.
26,408
Village Of Fraser Lake
99,499
Westar Oilfield Rentals Inc
36,734
Village of Gold River
26,857
Westburne Supply (B.C.)
Village of Lions Bay
39,799
Westcoast Energy Inc.
Village Of Nakusp
49,114
Westcoast Greenhouses Ltd.
Village of Port Alice
42,994
Westcoast Wire
1,129,890
Village of Queen Charlotte
60,483
Westcor Services Ltd.
7,093,347
Village Of Radium Hot Springs
42,005
Western Access Consulting
Village Of Tahsis
32,621
Western Drum Recyclers
90,563
Vince Collins Management Services Inc.
88,823
Western Dynasonics Ltd.
42,667
Vinnie Antao Consulting
255,359
Western Energy Institute
53,526
VIP Mountain Holidays Ltd.
114,517
Western Equipment Ltd.
124,074
West Fraser Concrete Ltd.
VIS Holdings Ltd.
45,000
Western Forest Products Inc.
Vision Critical Communications Inc
79,695
Western Health & Safety
Visionlink Consulting
105,757
Western Ind. Contractors Ltd.
Vistera Consulting Group Inc.
280,803
Western Industrial Contractors Ltd.
Vivid Connections Incorporated
176,715
Western Oil Services Ltd.
VMS Steel Inc.
Voith Fuji Hydro KK
Voith Siemens Hydro Power Generation Inc
W. Seyers Consulting Ltd
60,438
193,027
34,029,917
162,549
Western Pacific Enterprises GP
Western Pacific Marine Ltd.
Western Principles Consulting Inc
Western Profile Instrumentation
57,619
180,791
49,001
607,106
50,416
16,335,597
27,231
341,553
61,035
123,301
93,049
576,718
34,363
6,238,784
43,994
47,250
258,554
Report ID: HYFIA002
Western Safety Products Ltd.
Western Technical Installations Ltd.
Western Tree Service
Western Tree Services Corp.
Western Versatile Construction Corp.
HYDRO
Statement of Accounts of $25,000 or more paid
during the year ended March 31 2010
54,404
1,807,402
49,706
572,527
4,864,987
Wright Machine Works Ltd.
2010/09/23
11:42:08AM
301,471
26,500
WSA Engineering Ltd.
27,287
Wsi Corporation
46,641
Wurth Canada Ltd.
33,352
99,431
222,924
Wyse Contracting Ltd.
Westhaul Services Ltd.
193,619
Xaxli'p First Nations
91,972
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Wright Way Cleaning
Western Wood Services Inc.
Westlund Industrial Supply Ltd.
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Xeitl LP
64,799
2,011,610
Westmount Emprise Inc
394,265
Xerox Canada Ltd.
Westower Communications Ltd.
224,302
Xia Zhou
Westslope Fisheries Ltd
290,376
XL Quality Industrial Services Inc.
WestVac Industrial Ltd.
63,524
YCS Holdings Ltd.
121,804
Whale Tail's Motel
70,018
Yellow Pages Group
70,037
Whistler 2020 Development Corp.
27,720
Yellowhead Helicopters Ltd.
82,096
Whistler Mountain Resort Limited
25,000
Yuehao Tang
76,505
White Paper Co.
White Spruce Ent. (1981) Ltd.
122,805
69,029
Zareski Project Management Consultant
85,939
47,215
326,195
ZE Power Engineering Inc.
2,149,185
Whitecaps Football Club Ltd.
77,072
Zeballos Lake Limited Partnership
3,170,514
Wildlife Infometrics Inc.
27,226
Zed One Welding Inc.
63,983
Willems Forest Products
37,334
Ziff Energy Group
28,350
Willi Isaak
26,481
White Van Services Ltd.
William F. Schillinger, LLC
William Hall & Associates
252,940
Yukon Electrical Company Ltd.
98,499
107,604
110,457
74,036
William Lettis & Associates Inc.
189,926
William T. Li
169,508
Williams Machinery LP
823,519
Williams Moving & Storage (BC) Ltd.
621,634
Williams Telecommunications Corp.
Willis Energy Services Ltd.
Windon Ventures
Windsor Plywood
WINS Consulting Ltd.
Wire Rope Industries Ltd. B4912
Wiselink Consultants Co. Ltd.
Wiser Wire Rope Ltd.
Wiseworth Canada Industries Ltd
Wl Construction Ltd.
63,325
562,392
36,696
36,885
125,651
82,227
109,140
26,611
33,156
2,358,739
WMB Engineering
116,748
Wold Excavating
336,770
Wolseley Canada Inc.
Wolseley Industrial Products Group Inc
Wood Group Pratt & Whitney
Wood Wyant Inc.
Woodcreek Ventures Ltd.
Woodland Spirit Contracting Ltd.
Workers' Compensation Board of BC
Work-Life Resources Inc.
Workopolis
Worksoft Canada Inc
Workstream, Inc.
World Business Council For
32,610
210,282
85,674
25,006
162,730
428,000
2,994,262
227,507
31,662
335,759
55,125
69,337
World Economic Forum
313,005
Worldwide Electric Ltd.
674,422
WorleyParsons Canada Ltd.
178,870
Wosks Coffee Service
62,700
WPCG Finance & Professional
914,799
WRDE Management Ltd
227,735
WRG Westland Resource Group Inc
53,472
Wriason Seals Ltd.
26,235
Sundry Accounts under $25,000:
Grand Total:
38,312,480
3,246,854,728
BRITISH COLUMBIA HYDRO AND POWER AUTHORITY
Notes:
1.
A reconciliation of amounts reported in the Financial Information Act Return and the audited consolidated financial statements has not
been prepared. BC Hydro prepares its Financial Statements on an accrual basis while the amounts reported in the Financial Information
Act Return are based on cash payments in the year. This will result in timing differences between amounts recorded as expenses in the
Financial Statements and amounts paid to a vendor in the year.
2.
The payments reported in this section of the Financial Act Return include grants and contributions as follows
AMOUNTS GREATER THAN $25,000
Hydrecs
106,167
Rick Hansen Man In Motion Foundation
50,000
Kwantlen Polytechnic University
27,500
BC Hydro Power Pioneers
25,000
Minerva Foundation For BC Women
25,000
Total
233,667
Sundry Accounts under $25,000
963,408
Total of Grants and Contributions
$1,197,075
COLUMBIA HYDRO CONSTRUCTORS LTD
STATEMENT OF SALARIES AND WAGES PAID
GENERAL
The statement of salaries and wages paid to employees during the year ended March 31, 2010 lists gross remuneration which
includes, besides regular salaries and wages, payment for overtime, shift premiums, isolation and other allowances and
payout of earned entitlements.
SEVERANCE GRANTS
During the fiscal year ended March 31, 2010 there were no severance agreement made between Columbia Hydro Constructors
Ltd. and its non unionized employees
Report ID: HYFIA001
COLUMBIA HYDRO CONSTRUCTORS LTD.
Statement of Remuneration paid to employees and Expenses paid
on behalf of employees during the year ended March 31 2010
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Bannister
Beliveau
Berger
Bland
Boulin
Bycroft
D'aoust
Delano
Dieleman
Edwards
Francis
Geidt
Geidt
Gollan
Griffiths
Harasimo
Helgren
Henderson
Herle
Holbrook
Holton
Hoshal
Hughes
Ireland
Jakubovski
Kitchin
Lentini
Malcolm
Malekow
Matheson
McMillan
Messett
Mieth
Milton
Osborne
Peitz
Poetsch
Poitras
Relkov
Rochon
Rody
Roots
Sapach
Stoochnoff
Strobel
Svetlichny
Tepper
Thibeault
Tucker
Van Rooyen
Verigin
Vigor
Warren
Warren
Webster
Welton
Whiteman
Williams
Wozniak
Zoobkoff
Employees Under $75,000:
Grand Total:
Employer's share of EI and CPP
REMUNERATION
EXPENSES
124,812
92,463
104,550
90,552
115,816
108,087
82,976
75,918
164,274
80,716
81,831
111,994
96,834
92,412
102,442
88,525
130,910
78,357
82,503
121,711
95,100
82,164
79,253
78,518
81,317
80,673
85,463
122,317
115,598
76,321
79,046
82,329
84,927
77,593
88,913
75,318
80,926
115,027
158,018
86,408
122,028
98,750
82,359
124,297
99,607
143,857
83,699
97,078
81,568
104,893
89,570
84,083
90,439
108,281
115,925
91,042
78,101
106,634
93,171
85,420
108,556
33,961
23,078
15,126
25,653
36,809
15,581
60
11,813
31,854
40
20,659
17,075
1,230
1,115
13,667
33,188
1,037
13,877
13,505
18,799
21,933
21,613
27,286
9,739
20,126
21,390
11,947
3,332
17,634
1,866
12,539
20,836
10,965
9,274
32,602
20,080
20,980
30,249
3,090
12,060
24,098
2,967
32,250
32,175
15,336
19,980
13,479
23,762
2,325
375
20,368
16,251
28,416
15,450
24,050
23,260
13,759
13,530
30,194
6,085
22,884
9,141,886
1,551,950
15,084,156
2,590,610
279,114
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1
6/18/2010
9:53:31AM
EXPENSES
Report ID: HYFIA002
COLUMBIA HYDRO CONSTRUCTORS LTD.
Statement of Accounts of $25,000 or more paid
during the year ended March 31 2010
Sundry Accounts under $25,000:
70,567
Grand Total:
70,567
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Run Time:
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6/16/2010
3:31:39PM
POWEREX CORP
STATEMENT OF SALARIES AND WAGES PAID
GENERAL
The statement of salaries and wages paid to employees during the year ended March 31, 2010 lists gross remuneration which
includes, besides regular salaries and wages, payment for overtime, shift premiums, isolation and other allowances and
payout of earned entitlements.
SEVERANCE GRANTS
During the fiscal year ended March 31, 2010, there are 5 severance agreements made between Powerex Corp and its non
unionized employees. Each agreement represented 10 to 16 months compensation.
Report ID: HYFIA001
POWEREX CORP
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Statement of Remuneration paid to employees and Expenses paid
on behalf of employees during the year ended March 31 2010
REMUNERATION
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Aberdeen
Adamschek
Aitken
Alcala
Armour
Armstrong
Ay
Baird
Bal
Bechard
Bennett
Beyer
Buchko
Budhwar
Campbell
Caramanolis
Carson
Cherkas
Chiu
Conway
Corrigan
Craven
Crick
Dalziel
DeSante
DesLauriers
Diarra
Dion
Dobson-Mack
Dong
Eger
Elgie
Emslie
English
Federspiel
Ferguson
Fichten
Fimrite
Foger
Forbes
Fotiou
Fu
Geisthardt
Gibson
Gill
Gingras
Goodenough
Gosney
Gosselin
Hamed
Hardy
Harms
Harney
Hirsch
Ho
Ho
Ho
Holman
Hopkins
Hui
Jung
Kern
Kikkert
Killam
Ko
Ku
Lam
Le
Lee
127,743
213,738
200,757
118,985
253,550
230,146
126,401
80,656
115,911
713,486
156,121
491,347
209,427
204,181
629,200
199,649
193,536
154,452
88,403
342,343
385,030
122,657
173,187
317,148
321,368
394,113
120,175
254,887
153,033
84,889
273,475
146,191
282,414
118,002
338,157
319,300
228,087
76,590
85,578
141,124
414,436
98,779
401,172
157,805
297,617
133,374
548,326
400,113
388,441
137,883
79,270
91,064
284,616
117,025
136,844
114,554
222,217
678,898
175,597
120,417
160,792
246,065
179,317
214,792
97,929
89,445
204,770
103,322
132,487
EXPENSES
4,431
93
11,424
110
11,947
19,574
5,029
568
392
16,366
1,439
6,424
10,004
4,300
35
409
10,784
404
27,032
32,080
1,796
6,399
4,310
21,431
22,111
8,817
3,851
5,079
7,656
6,155
1,899
1,320
5,642
2
1,921
565
2,946
910
19,370
817
1,646
4,888
9,424
1,439
14,135
683
6,522
5,935
4,051
1,053
1,858
514
945
1,702
590
3,512
8,405
2,417
6,763
15,852
47
718
875
5,078
2,796
1,391
2,297
Run Date:
Run Time:
REMUNERATION
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Loewen
Lopez
Low
MacDonald
MacDougall
Macrae
Mandic
Mantle
Margolis
Mariscal
McCuaig
McDonald
McIver
McWilliams
Mikawoz
Miller
Mo
Moghadam
Morgan
Munro
Newell
O'Hearn
Owen
Pamplin
Pangestu
Pavan
Peck
Quinones
Ratzlaff
Rausch
Rhee
Richings
Robinson
Rosin
Russell
Rustulka
Schultz
Smith
Smolensky
Snider
Snowdon
Song
Spires
Stauber
Stewart
Stoicescu
Tang
Thielmann
Timmers
Towfigh
Tse
Vaillancourt
Voo
Vroom
Wagner
Wilkinson
Williams
Wright
Yazdi
Yeadon
Yu
Zavoral
Zilberman
Employees Under $75,000:
Grand Total:
Employer's share of EI and CPP
187,010
140,313
114,873
116,029
117,096
265,301
112,256
95,523
186,751
719,195
121,397
198,468
154,554
196,328
363,528
289,340
128,610
89,297
170,933
409,282
106,427
140,966
492,476
103,735
103,871
91,506
123,187
212,993
85,732
167,302
376,307
81,398
84,062
132,828
98,063
312,380
165,164
132,033
130,202
112,987
201,282
143,864
94,315
255,053
198,780
255,006
141,461
118,227
86,603
198,230
179,407
100,911
140,235
153,914
77,956
428,327
177,707
114,687
87,529
575,988
126,735
132,249
304,260
114,451
1
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2:50:36PM
EXPENSES
3,623
2,102
4,521
67
28,340
2,618
2,592
4,386
18,982
1,875
15,713
161
1,373
2,484
21,708
356
33,402
682
-222
599
21,462
4,313
463
-3,696
1,088
2,093
3,030
1,923
6,306
860
2,052
3,737
292
5,133
1,884
5,364
617
7,228
3,573
1,375
3,373
6,645
5,255
955
3,924
864
2,828
4,079
21
3,435
6
87
4,017
12,499
3,030
1,296
11,113
1,200
1,012
334
5,477
2,803,208
99,929
30,252,889
777,213
553,041
Report ID: HYFIA002
1672 Holdings Ltd
3 Phases Renewables LLC
AECO Gas Storage Partnership
Aitken Creek Gas Storage ULC
Alcoa Power Generating Inc.
AltaGas Energy Limited Partnership
Altagas Operating Partnership
Amerex Brokers Canada Inc.
American Electric Power Service Corporat
Annesley Financial
POWEREX CORP
Statement of Accounts of $25,000 or more paid
during the year ended March 31 2010
1,726,098
107,672
756,880
256,729
City of Palo Alto
118,986
2,703,338
City of St. George
122,567
31,220
854,358
72,450
7/23/2010
8:53:18AM
City of Glendale Water & Power
4,745,927
5,509,360
Run Date:
Run Time:
1
City of Burbank
City of Santa Clara
36,487
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Clatskanie People's Utility District
Columbia Power Corporation
Comision Federal de Electricidad
Compugen Inc
ConocoPhillips Canada Marketing & Tradin
ConocoPhillips Company
43,289
1,766,606
263,143
5,298,031
34,072
996,170
23,765,596
2,096,328
Consolidated Edison Company of New York
515,301
93,483
Constellation Energy Commodities Group
210,872
Apache Canada Ltd.
2,984,502
Covanta Burnaby Renewable Energy Inc.
142,252
Arizona Public Service Company
2,378,689
Covetek Consulting Inc.
Annex Consulting Group Inc.
ANR Pipeline Company
Associated_Electric Cooperative Inc.-Po
AT&T Global Services Canada Co.
Avista Corporation
658,765
81,589
CRA International Inc.
39,164
Creative Cyberworks Consulting Inc.
11,572,315
Credit Suisse Energy LLC
196,196
1,307,188
204,479
21,747,532
AWS Convergence Technologies, Inc.
26,175
Crew Energy Inc.
6,425,062
Bank of Montreal
69,188
Crossalta Gas Storage & Services Ltd.
3,798,024
Barclays Capital
Bell Canada
Benton County PUD
52,637,066
75,638
1,464,442
Cross-Sound Cable Company LLC
54,796
Cypress Systems Inc.
31,815
Data Domain, Inc.
Black Hills Power Inc.
994,526
DB Energy Trading LLC
Bloomberg LP
131,537
Deseret Power Electric Cooperative
398,176
Deutsche Bank AG
Bluewater Gas Storage LLC
BNP Paribas Energy Trading Canada Corp.
BNP Paribas Energy Trading GP
Bonavista Petroleum Ltd.
Bonneville Environmental Foundation
Bonneville Power Administration
1,674,357
718,298
14,705,850
838,879
103,763,915
Devon Canada Corporation
Dickstein Shapiro LLP
Direct Energy Marketing Limited
Domtar Pulp and Paper Products Inc.
Doran-Taylor Hydroelectric Plant
41,703
5,760,081
194,272
249,376
6,147,166
411,931
2,222,750
399,612
32,286
163,924
BORDEN LADNER GERVAIS LLP
43,582
DTE Energy Trading Inc.
Boston Bar Limited Partnership
58,670
Dynegy Power Marketing Inc.
698,501
42,855,520
E. Daly Consulting Group Inc
188,570
BP Canada Energy Company
49,836
BP Canada Energy Marketing Corp.
7,730,636
Eagle Professional Resources Inc.
BP Corporation North America Inc.
7,823,749
Eagle Temporary Staffing Inc.
BP Energy Company
2,729,873
Edelstein Gilbert Robson & Smith
81,806
363,122
EDF Trading North America LLC
2,814,349
BP West Coast Products LLC
Bracewell & Giuliani LLP
British Columbia Transmission
11,836,305
Edison, McDowell & Hetherington LLP
27,130
Egistix-Energy Trading Logisitics Corp
129,141
354,887
112,350
1,127,854
Brookfield Energy Marketing Inc.
53,264
El Paso Electric Company
Brooks Corning Company Ltd.
43,767
El Paso Natural Gas Company
70,613
Ellen F Fowler, MSc
28,030
Browniepoint Systems Inc
California Independent System Operator
Calpine Energy Services L.P.
Canadian Electricity Association
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
Canadian Natural Resources
Cargill Incorporated
Cargill Limited (GAS)
Cargill Power Markets LLC
175,311
38,088,022
EMC Corporation of Canada
5,976,154
2,988,636
204,750
Enbridge Gas Services (US) Inc.
1,574,421
55,658
Enbridge Gas Services Inc.
13,758,420
3,887,375
2,213,382
Endure Energy LLC
1,721,911
3,408,359
EnerMark Inc.
5,945,767
3,258,096
Enmax Energy Corporation
CCRO
29,714
Cedar Road LFG Inc.
40,371
Enserco Energy Inc.
26,098,829
Entergy Services Inc.
5,282,053
EnvaPower, Inc
Chevron Natural Gas
3,471,784
Enventure Inc.
Citigroup Energy Inc.
36,218,012
Chelan County Public Utility District
City of Anaheim
991,436
EnCana Corporation
Enmax Energy Marketing Inc.
Central Vermont Public Service Corporati
79,244
Emerald People's Utility District
239,805
EOG Resources Canada Inc.
Ernst & Young Electronic
149,621
4,138,361
11,723,232
51,391
169,062
43,598
4,340,196
44,008
Report ID: HYFIA002
Ernst & Young LLP
ETRALI NORTH AMERICA LLC
Eugene Water & Electric Board
Evolution Markets Inc.
POWEREX CORP
Statement of Accounts of $25,000 or more paid
during the year ended March 31 2010
117,935
44,060
12,102,293
62,764
Klickitat PUD
764,244
Landmark Power Exchange
Export Development Corp.
519,289
LL&P Wind Energy
Farris Vaughan Wills & Murphy LLP
241,883
Los Angeles Department of Water & Power
45,238
10,564,388
216,991
Lawson Lundell LLP
1,405,430
7/23/2010
8:53:18AM
Kroll Ontrack Inc.
714,010
FINANCIAL ENGINEERING ASSOC., INC
Run Date:
Run Time:
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KPMG LLP
Exelon Generation Company LLC
FEDERAL ENERGY REGULATORY COMMISSION
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Louisiana-Pacific Canada Ltd.
Macquarie Cook Energy Canada Ltd.
33,695
486,176
75,784
25,208,955
42,886
2,751,897
Financial Objects
109,088
Macquarie Energy Canada Ltd.
18,501,283
Foothills Pipe Lines Ltd.
101,112
Macquarie Energy LLC
10,903,058
Forsythe
Fortis Energy Marketing & Trading GP
31,055
2,798,377
Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board
MAPPCOR
FortisBC Inc.
368,831
Mercer Street Limited Partnership
Franklin PUD
852,653
Merrill Lynch Commodities Inc.
Fujitsu Consulting (Canada) Inc
35,038
Fusepoint Managed Services Inc.
399,317
Garry Milligan Group Inc.
Gas Transmission Northwest Corporation
86,940
1,628,835
Michael C. Lee
Michigan Consolidated Gas Company
Minister of Finance
Mirant Energy Trading LLC
Genscape Inc.
93,138
Modesto Irrigation District
GFI Brokers LLC
38,040
Montenay Inc.
Gila River Power L.P.
Goodin, MacBride, Squeri, Day & Lamprey,
Grant County Public Utility District
Grays Harbor Energy LLC
Grays Harbor PUD
Great Lakes Gas Transmission Limited Par
Gurnee & Daniels LLP
3,439,476
114,698
12,773,704
91,962
822,600
1,548,248
25,356
Moody's Analytics
Morgan Stanley Capital Group Inc.
Morrison & Foerster LLP
MTS Allstream Corp
National Fuel Marketing Company LLC
National Grid (Niagara Mohawk)
Natural Gas Exchange Inc.
6,498,782
539,051
25,093
669,372
153,137
9,196,437
13,953,048
1,242,689
32,840
120,557
248,291
49,704,124
232,270
63,614
186,113
79,235
148,265,672
Harrison Hydro LP
720,905
NaturEner Power Watch LLC
Hewlett-Packard (Canada) Ltd.
181,893
Nevada Power Company
4,774,426
New York Independent System Operator
2,018,842
Hinson Power Company LLC
1,594,777
Hodgson King & Marble Ltd.
149,921
New York Power Authority
HQ Energy Marketing Inc.
518,388
New York State Electric & Gas Corporatio
Husky Energy Marketing Inc.
10,248,204
Nexen Marketing
Hydro Quebec Distribution
258,269
Nexen Marketing USA Inc.
Hydro-Quebec TransEnergie
420,872
Northern Border Pipeline Company
IBERDROLA Canada Energy Services Ltd.
IBERDROLA Renewables Inc.
IBM Canada Ltd.
ICAP Energy LLC
Idaho Power Company
Idaho Power Transmission
iLUKA Ltd
Imperial Oil Resources
Imperial Parking Canada Corp.
4,874,398
NorthPoint Energy Solutions Inc.
25,157
6,195,864
161,050
6,079,936
34,576
601,959
11,286,441
237,987
NOVA Gas Transmission Limited
NRG Power Marketing Inc.
Occidental Energy Marketing Inc.
Occidental Power Services Inc.
Omaha Public Power District
J.P. Morgan Commodities Canada Corporati
J.P. Morgan Ventures Energy Corporation
2,811,288
364,492
69,169
Oxy Energy Canada Inc.
2,490,871
1,001,647
Pacific Summit Energy LLC
PEITZMAN, WEG & KEMPINSKY LLP
Pengrowth Corporation
JAIMAC Risk Management
189,886
Penn West Petroleum Ltd.
James L. Sweeney
277,935
PIRA ENERGY GROUP
Kellogg, Huber, Hansen, Todd, Evans
487,668
Ken Peterson
33,149
391,494
10,365,608
Pacific Northwest Generating Cooperative
3,119,114
45,604
65,682
Pacific Gas & Electric Company
PacifiCorp
Karyo Edelman Communications Inc.
58,945
108,617
2,722,858
16,223,514
30,026
548,901
107,277
Otter Tail Power Company
49,820
33,439
Opatrny Consulting Inc.
Open Access Technology International
J. Aron & Company
2,078,250
NorthWestern Energy
14,757,871
ISLAND KEY COMPUTER LTD
57,562
324,395
85,702
14,828,452
IntercontinentalExchange LLC
109,947
3,531,953
Northwest Power Pool
Independent System Operator New England
Integrys Energy Services Inc.
311,643
22,873,827
Independent Electricity System Operator
Industrial Information Resources, Inc.
843,940
PJM Interconnection L.L.C.
Portland General Electric Company
PPL EnergyPlus LLC
403,577
28,462,131
32,411
459,144
5,043,788
106,543
1,611,675
13,559,793
8,778,916
Report ID: HYFIA002
Progress Energy Ltd.
Province of British Columbia
Public Service Company of Colorado
Public Service Company of New Mexico
Public Utility District No. 1 of Douglas
Public Utility District No. 1 of Snohomi
Puget Sound Energy Inc.
Rainbow Energy Marketing Corporation
Receiver General of Canada
Reuters Canada Ltd.
Ricoh Canada Inc
Rocky Mountain Generation Cooperative In
Rocky Mountain Power LLC
Rogers Wireless
Royal Bank of Canada
POWEREX CORP
Statement of Accounts of $25,000 or more paid
during the year ended March 31 2010
8,311,734
171,169,748
493,529
3,819,748
37,869
TransAlta Energy Marketing Corp.
TransCanada Energy Ltd.
TransCanada Gas Storage Partnership
TransCanada PipeLines Limited
Tri-State Generation & Transmission Asso
3,957,019
Tucson Electric Power Company
15,563,017
Tullett Liberty (Canada) Limited
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8:53:18AM
5,357,018
15,218,022
4,414,735
32,078
780,691
1,095,414
35,853
1,525,019
Tullett Prebon Americas Corp
184,080
17,148,099
Tullett Prebon Canada Limited
31,765
102,563
75,526
441,082
35,578,771
138,052
1,098,782
Turlock Irrigation District
Union Gas Limited
United Illuminating Company
Utah Municipal Power Agency
37,539
6,802,334
54,465
1,547,611
valence energy llc
58,619
Van Houtte Coffee Svs.Inc
63,136
S.i. Systems
140,016
Ventyx Software Inc.
Sacramento Municipal Utility District
546,468
Washington 10 Storage Corporation
2,703,428
Westar Energy
1,362,974
San Diego Gas & Electric
537,340
Westcoast Energy Inc.
6,095,618
Sapphire Technologies Canada Limited
222,383
Western Areal Power Administration
5,736,219
Salt River Project
10,394,471
28,526
Saskatchewan Power Corporation
1,260,446
World Energy Solution, Inc.
Seattle City Light
6,884,774
WPCG
Sempra Energy Trading LLC
Sempra Generation
Shell Energy North America (Canada) Inc.
Shell Energy North America (US) L.P.
48,242,697
554,811
4,590,370
11,232,830
Sierra Pacific Power Company dba NV Ener
2,545,665
Southern California Edison Company
2,371,118
Southwest Power Pool
Standard & Poor's
State of Michigan
Storm Production Partnership
Stuntz , Davis & Staffier, P.C.
Summit Power Corp. (Soo River Plant)
Suncor Energy Marketing Inc.
Sungard Energy Systems
SYK Consulting Inc.
Tacoma Power
Talisman Energy Canada
TD Energy Trading Inc.
Teck Metals Ltd.
Telus Communications Company
Telus Services Inc
Tembec Pulp Group
Tenaska Marketing Canada
Tenaska Marketing Ventures
Tennessee Valley Authority
Terasen Gas Inc.
The Cadman Consulting Group Inc.
The Energy Authority
The Midwest Independent Transmission Sys
The Structure Group
The Toronto Dominion Bank
86,379
144,088
46,505
4,789,995
89,467
133,932
9,327,795
553,236
195,048
3,681,151
15,235,679
1,691,430
12,812,099
92,778
36,241
144,028
53,053
117,863
198,194
12,192,383
290,022
2,554,580
12,674,294
68,517
33,608
Tidal Energy Marketing (U.S.) L.L.C.
233,439
Tidal Energy Marketing Inc.
551,546
Tieton HydroPower L.L.C.
Tolko Industries Limited
Tradition Financial Services
TransAlta Energy Marketing (U.S.) Inc.
49,285
666,779
82,307
21,549,679
ZE POWERGROUP INC.
Zentra Computer Technologies Inc.
Sundry Accounts under $25,000:
Grand Total:
42,090
1,366,423
327,529
27,935
1,679,913
1,608,513,819
POWERTECH LABS INC
STATEMENT OF SALARIES AND WAGES PAID
GENERAL
The statement of salaries and wages paid to employees during the year ended March 31, 2010 lists gross remuneration which
includes, besides regular salaries and wages, payment for overtime, shift premiums, isolation and other allowances and
payout of earned entitlements.
SEVERANCE GRANTS
During the fiscal year ended March 31, 2010 there were 3 severance agreements made between Powertech Labs Inc. and its
non unionized employees. These agreements represented from 2 weeks to 16 months compensation.
Report ID: HYFIA001
POWERTECH LABS INC.
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Statement of Remuneration paid to employees and Expenses paid
on behalf of employees during the year ended March 31 2010
REMUNERATION
K
S
S
A
G
M
G
W
D
M
L
A
B
N
M
Z
L
B
A
S
C
E
Q
S
P
F
R
G
J
B
S
D
K
D
H
X
C
M
G
R
S
C
A
R
A
N
P
T
P
E
B
A
W
S
T
T
M
G
R
J
L
M
Q
X
C
J
I
R
J
ABDOLALL
ALLAN
ARABI
BABAKOV
BALFOUR
BERRY
BHUYAN
BUCHHOLZ
CASSON
COLWELL
CONNAUGHTON
DANESHPOOY
DERKSEN
DOMINELLI
DUDGEON
FENG
GAMBONE
GARRETT
GRANT
GROVUE
GUNG
HALL
HAN
HASSANALI
HORACEK
HOWELL
HOWELL
JONES
KHAN
KITSON
KOVACEVIC
KUNG
LEE
LEON
LI
LIN
MCDONALD
MCDOUGALL
MEADOWS
MERRITT
MILES
MORTON
MOSHREF
MURDOCH
NANALAL
NEUFELD
OBROVAC
OLIVER
PATRONIAS
PERCY
POLLOCK
RAO
RIGTER
SASITHARAN
SPAIDAL
STEFANSKI
STEPHENS
TRIGG
TRIP
VANDERMAAR
WANG
WANG
WANG
WANG
WEBSTER
WONG
WYLIE
YUEN
ZAWADZKI
151,408
82,478
159,148
88,178
140,034
126,847
151,047
76,393
93,047
91,546
75,359
93,794
86,252
147,208
80,291
134,599
171,564
145,344
142,610
116,698
93,066
87,697
79,529
91,256
105,383
180,616
81,625
150,362
90,072
81,279
122,414
104,979
137,165
116,369
107,195
103,744
86,323
130,951
89,441
75,190
94,326
121,883
180,648
98,651
101,477
94,736
90,150
96,097
96,894
340,713
89,952
154,682
129,588
113,716
101,954
199,169
102,859
85,167
78,717
157,871
189,255
124,386
117,261
133,678
194,928
160,299
93,019
131,153
195,181
EXPENSES
10,636
6,294
2,700
7,836
48,108
2,527
35,962
3,010
3,415
1,206
6,315
14,444
209
3,595
11,567
34,161
27,681
7,994
17,981
5,740
5,696
3,053
24,713
30,580
5,011
2,260
11,891
1,358
8,155
3,814
1,074
17,668
3,470
21,574
31,549
15,800
2,290
1,832
6,740
3,040
4,715
23,760
375
3,343
1,276
2,731
6,066
1,023
4,328
2,192
2,191
2,898
2,077
8,524
1,944
3,300
11,596
49,697
593
52,862
5,547
18,349
11,140
4,931
34,318
8,222
Run Date:
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H
V
ZHU
ZHU
Employees Under $75,000:
Grand Total:
Employer's share of EI and CPP
1
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3:06:37PM
EXPENSES
185,689
88,565
36,385
14,519
3,207,507
115,484
11,818,672
887,337
394,444
Report ID: HYFIA002
POWERTECH LABS INC.
Statement of Accounts of $25,000 or more paid
during the year ended March 31 2010
Queensboro Marine
ABC Customs Brokers Inc.
184,673
Raymond Bakke
Acklands-Grainger Inc.
41,331
Restotech
Anderson Plumbing
43,256
S.A. Temporary Services
AON Reed Stenhouse
Ashcroft Consulting
Canadian Hydrogen and
Carmichael Engineering
Change
Clive Bolt Consulting
Coast Crane Ltd.
Coconut Grove Inc.
Columbia Valve & Fittings
Compugen Inc.
Corporate Recruiters
218,332
Servicemaster
Emit LLC
ESC Automation Inc.
64,612
32,534
Talvan Machine Shop
33,664
47,211
Tana Industries Ltd.
44,079
82,132
Techimp Systems S.R.L.
74,896
30,105
Telus Mobility
60,413
53,818
Terasen Gas
70,610
189,608
Traxx Automation Ltd.
35,378
Trillium PC Network Inc.
49,875
Valis Projects Inc.
39,642
VWR International Ltd.
37,884
221,600
WEH Technologies Inc.
44,278
62,291
Wescan Systems
65,619
49,665
Weslly Renovations
40,118
49,913
Worksafe B.C.
52,048
85,000
Xu Taishan
174,938
54,611
339,105
Fisher Scientific Limited
38,767
Flir Systems Ltd.
36,718
Global Container
41,038
Grand & Toy
52,830
GreenField
49,585
Gunina Partners Inc.
26,880
25,123
147,166
Hi-Cube Storage Prods.Ltd.
26,713
Hitachi High-Technologies
177,744
Hydrogenics Corporation
78,387
Hydro-Pac Inc.
334,686
Interfax Systems Inc.
219,769
Iris Power LP
Jonathan Wilkinson
Lincoln Composites Inc.
Linde Canada
Manulife Financial
37,237
48,869
269,674
80,951
294,969
Maxwell Floors Ltd.
35,254
McManus Inspections
69,069
MR Control Systems
MSP-Medical Services Plan
National Instruments
44,627
123,155
Varian Inc.
Ferdinand Panik
Hampton Power Systems Ltd.
55,381
173,254
27,415
Federal Express
Halo Strategic Marketing
45,590
123,861
52,500
122,234
Edifice Construction Inc.
44,982
208,353
44,609
Dell Computer
EBI Manufacturing Inc.
29,887
Sun Life of Canada
Vancouver Consulting
Eagle West Truck & Crane
7/21/2010
4:25:18PM
Softpath Innovations
383,420
Dynetek Industries Ltd.
Run Date:
Run Time:
1
77,750
Dantherm Power
Donald's Machine
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68,274
114,619
29,288
Nexeter Technologies LTd.
202,102
NextGen Today
111,273
Nunn Electrical Ltd.
254,611
Odgers Berndtson
83,685
Pacific Blue Cross
127,206
Pacific Northwest Business Connections
42,591
Paladin Security Group
31,215
Polar Industries Ltd.
68,487
Praxair Products Inc.
97,207
ZBB Technologies Inc.
60,604
110,370
Sundry Accounts under $25,000:
2,017,782
Grand Total:
9,740,997
Report ID: HYFIA002
0763101 BC Ltd.
Accenture Inc.
BC Hydro Services Asset Corp
Statement of Accounts of $25,000 or more paid
during the year ended March 31 2010
26,106
5,514,680
Adtech Global Systems
49,159
Air-Temp Energy Systems Inc
72,644
Ambit Consulting Inc
38,690
Anixter Canada Inc.
99,655
ArcSight Inc.
288,023
CA Canada Company
807,427
Charter Telecom Inc.
Compugen Inc.
404,536
11,139,231
Counter Quake Service Inc.
56,130
DTM Systems Corporation
27,820
EMC Corporation
50,438
Fast Lane Consulting and Education
27,584
Habanero Consulting Group
61,014
Hodgson King & Marble Ltd.
256,048
Island Key Computer Ltd.
1,607,742
50,090
Ixia
KOIOS Systems
Librestream
Microsoft Canada Co.
Microsoft Licensing GP
141,436
38,770
134,710
4,708,727
Mott Electric GP
473,747
MTS Allstream Inc.
121,629
OptiStor Technologies Inc.
160,417
Oracle Canada ULC
30,502
SAP Canada Inc.
2,298,348
Scalar Decisions
44,997
SynapSense
43,770
Tek Systems
739,163
Telus Communications Company
1,665,688
Telus Services Inc.
121,894
The Acquity Group LLC
141,117
Vericept Corporation
119,218
Wesco Distribution Canada LP
137,004
West Pacific Consulting Group
282,242
Sundry Accounts under $25,000:
Grand Total:
268,074
32,248,466
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Run Date:
Run Time:
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3:47:41PM

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