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Canadian CEOs who received no bonuses last year

A Globe review of pay for CEOs at Canada's 100 largest public companies in 2009 shows top executives received, on average, almost no pay increase last year

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Bruce Flatt, Managing Partner and CEO of Brookfield Asset Management, received no bonus last year, or in 2008.

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Fairfax Holdings chairman and CEO Prem Watsa chats with shareholders. He received no bonus in 2009 or 2008.

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Philip Wright of Lundin Mining has received no bonus over the past two years. In April, the company posted a first-quarter profit of $38-million (U.S.), reversing a year-earlier loss.

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Magna International Inc. co-CEO Donald J. Walker speaks during the company's annual general meeting of shareholders in Markham, Ont., on Wednesday, May 6, 2009. Mr. Walker received a bonus of $2.8-million in 2008, but no bonus in 2009. The company did not pay incentive bonuses last year but paid a 'compensation adjustment' of $4.2-million to each of its co-CEOs.

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Magna International Inc. co-CEO Siegfried Wolf speaks to shareholders. Mr. Wolf received a bonus of $2.8-million in 2008, but no bonus last year. Magna did not pay incentive bonuses last year but paid a 'compensation adjustment' of $4.2-million to each of its co-CEOs.

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Potash Corp President and CEO William Doyle smiles after the 2010 Annual Meeting of Shareholders in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, May 6, 2010. REUTERS/David Stobbe

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Royal Bank of Canada president and CEO Gordon Nixon at RBC's AGM in Toronto on March 3, 2010. Mr. Nixon received no bonus in 2009 following a bonus of $2.4-million in 2008.

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Donald A. Stewart, chief executive officer of Sun Life Financial Inc., is seen in Sunlife's Toronto office on March 26, 2010. He received no bonus in either 2008 or 2009.

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Marc Tellier, president and CEO of Yellow Media Inc., received a $650,000 bonus in 2008. He received no bonus in 2009.

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