In keeping with the requirements of the Public Sector Compensation Transparency Act, the NRCB discloses all remunerations, including severance and pension contributions, for Board members and those whose earnings are more than the compensation threshold.
The act requires disclosure of all remuneration, including severance and pension contributions, for those whose 2020 earnings were more than the $135,317 compensation threshold. This threshold is based on Box 14 on the employee's T4 slip and includes taxable benefits. The information remains on this site for five (5) years from the date it is initially required to be disclosed.
- Compensation includes taxable income and taxable benefits.
- Other includes non-taxable benefits, including the employer's share of pension, health benefits, and statutory benefit contributions.
- Severance includes payments required by contract when employment ends, including retiring allowances and payments in-lieu of notice.
The Public Sector Compensation Transparency Act also requires the public disclosure of any compensation (honoraria) paid to each Board member.
Learn more about the Public Sector Compensation Transparency Act.
Link to the NRCB Health Benefit Policy for managerial employees and members of the Board.
Information is updated no later than June 30 each year.
Please direct inquiries to:
Manager, Corporate Services
Natural Resources Conservation Board
4th Floor, Sterling Place
9940 - 106 Street
Edmonton, Alberta T5K 2N2