The 100 highest-paid men and women in Canada will earn what you make in a year by the time lunch rolls around Monday, according to the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.
The top CEOs took home an average of $8.96 million in 2014, which is 184 times the average worker’s salary of $48,636.
They had already made the average minimum-wage pay by 2 p.m. on New Year’s Day.
The list was topped by Blackberry’s John Chen, who received $89.7 million. His pay is pegged at $341,452, with company shares weighing in at $88 million.
Magna International CEO Donald Walker comes in second with a salary of $358,924. Bonuses made up $11.6 million, and other financial rewards beefed up his total compensation to $23.4 million.