The pay is not great for general outpatient Neurology. That is, in large part due to the length of the neuro physical exam and the patient population they deal with. Often times, those patients are presenting with issues that cannot be addressed in 10 minutes. On top of that, they have loads of elderly patients, who tend to have social issues such as failure to cope, caregiver fatigue, dementia, etc. going on.
That said, certain sub specialties and procedures within Neurology can pay decently from what I hear.
Botox for dystonias, Parkinsons patients, and headaches, EMGs, NCS, neurocritical care, and sleep medicine all pay well. Beware, however, that you may find it difficult to establish the required patient population to appreciably boost your income via botox. Unfortunately, I don't believe that OHIP covers botox injections for headaches. There is a private market for this however. The neurocritical care and sleep medicine job markets are saturated. Not sure about EMG/NCS.
In the states, there are Neurologists who practice interventional pain, although that is dominated by Anaesthesia in Canada. I don't imagine it would be impossible to land a fellowship for that in Canada.
Interventional neuroradiology is ~20-25% completed by Neurologists in the states. The remaining 70-75% of the field is split between Neurosurgery and Radiology, with Neurosurgery taking the larger portion of that pie. That, too, pays quite well. I think there are a couple of Neurologists practicing this in Canada now.
That said, these will all require 2 year fellowships AFAIK. There are better paths to money out there.