Compensation Disclosures for Alberta Environment and Parks as required by the Public Sector Compensation Transparency Act
The Public Sector Compensation Transparency Act requires the public disclosure of compensation for employees of agencies, boards and commissions over a certain threshold for every calendar year starting with 2015. The legislation
requires that the employee name and compensation be disclosed publicly.
For more about public sector compensation disclosures, visit the Government of Alberta website at:
Disclosure of Board Member Honoraria
The Public Sector Compensation Transparency Act requires the public disclosure of any compensation (board honoraria) paid to each Board Member for every calendar year starting with 2015.
The following agencies, accountable to the Minister of Environment and Parks, disclose their compensation information on their own web pages:
For the following agencies, not having their own websites, their compensation information is available below:
- Alberta Environmental Monitoring Evaluation and Reporting Agency (AEMERA)
- Drainage Council
- Indigenous Wisdom Advisory Panel
- Science Advisory Panel
The information is available in two formats:
In 2016, the following agencies had no employees who earned more than $126,375. As well, no agency members received any compensation, severance or non-monetary benefits.
- Alberta Recreation Trails Partnership (dissolved in 2016)
- Buffalo Lake Management Team (dissolved in 2016)
- Disabled Hunter Review Committee (dissolved in 2016)
- Vermilion River Water Management System Operations Advisory Committee
- Wildlife Predator and Shot Livestock Compensation Committee
To review the Nil Reports for these agencies, see:
To review the Nil Reports from 2015, see:
Updated: Oct 17, 2017