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Dyer, D. Scott 

Mr. D. Scott Dyer was Senior Vice President and President, Nelvana of the company. Mr. Dyer was previously Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer from August 2008 to March 2016. He was Executive Vice President - Strategic Planning, Chief Technology Officer of Corus Entertainment Inc. He is responsible for guiding all of the Company's divisional and corporate technological undertakings. In this role, Scott has operational and strategic responsibility for the hardware, software, personnel and technical resources of Corus' core and new media businesses. Prior to this position, Scott was Executive Vice President, General Manager, Corus Kids. Scott began his tenure at Corus as Executive Vice President, Production and Development at Nelvana, which produces internationally and award-winning children's animated content such as Babar and Franklin. At Nelvana, Scott helped guide the creative vision and technological development of Nelvana's high-calibre team of animators, developers and producers. Trained as a mathematician at Carnegie Mellon University, Scott entered the animation business after spending three years in Utah working on visual systems for flight simulators. His first entertainment industry career saw him producing commercial effects for television at Cranston/Csuri Productions, one of the first computer animation companies in North America. He spent four years running a research group that applied computer animation to science at The Ohio Supercomputer Center. Scott started Windlight Studios with a group of partners in 1993, and joined Nelvana in 1997 after Nelvana acquired the Dyer-produced pilot of Emmy award-winning CGI series Rolie Polie Olie.

Basic Compensation

Total Annual Compensation, CAD 575,457
Restricted Stock Award, CAD --
Long-Term Incentive Plans, CAD --
All Other, CAD 452,615
Fiscal Year Total, CAD 1,028,070

Options Compensation

  Quantity Market Value
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Name Fiscal Year Total

Heather Shaw

1,746,950

Douglas Murphy

4,061,940

Julie Shaw

95,625

John Gossling

2,158,550

Dale Hancocks

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Colin Bohm

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As Of  31 Aug 2018