Council Compensation Disclosure

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Public Sector Compensation Disclosure

In accordance with the Public Sector Compensation Transparency Act (PSCTA), public sector bodies are required to make public the names and compensation paid to:
•    employees who earn over $129,809; and
•    all councillors regardless of the amount earned.

This is a requirement under the PSCTA, which applies to agencies, boards and commissions governed by the Alberta Public Agencies Governance Act (APAGA).

One of the definitions of "public agency" in APAGA (Section 1.1.i.iii.) is an unincorporated council where all or a majority of whose members are appointed or designated by an order of a Minister of the Crown. With a majority of elected members, (4 elected members, 2 appointed members), the current KID Council is not governed by APAGA and is exempt from compensation disclosure.