Big bonuses for RCMP top brass as front-line Mounties go without pay hikes
It's called "at risk" performance pay, even though it went to senior Mounties with desk jobs.
In 2016, RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson signed off on more than $1.7 million worth of bonuses for 90 senior officers, not including himself.
That works out to $295,514 divided up among six deputy commissioners, $596,669 for 28 assistant commissioners and $838,137 for 56 chief superintendents. That's a nine per cent increase over their 2015 bonuses.
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