Manitoba First Nation Chiefs’ Wage Disparity

In the age of transparency, fairness, and equity this infographic demonstrates how spectacularly different the Manitoba Chiefs’ total compensation per registered member across 8 reserves in Manitoba. The highest paid […]
Published on March 29, 2019

In the age of transparency, fairness, and equity this infographic demonstrates how spectacularly different the Manitoba Chiefs’ total compensation per registered member across 8 reserves in Manitoba. The highest paid per capita Chief of Buffalo Point makes $879 per capita while the lowest paid Chief of Mathias Colomb only makes $21 per capita.

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