Justice and Solicitor General

Alberta Public Sector Salary Disclosure - Sunshine List 2017

Salary Name Position
$168,145.12
earned in 2016
Achilles Grobler Crown Prosecutor
Justice and Solicitor General
$141,075.47
earned in 2016
Adam Drew Crown Prosecutor
Justice and Solicitor General
$139,205.32
earned in 2016
Adam Garrett Crown Prosecutor
Justice and Solicitor General
$148,242.12
earned in 2016
Adam May Crown Prosecutor
Justice and Solicitor General
$107,453.53
earned in 2016
Aisling Ryan Crown Prosecutor
Justice and Solicitor General
$134,247.14
earned in 2016
Alain Joseph Coulombe Executive Director eCourts
Justice and Solicitor General
$153,723.00
earned in 2016
Alana Elliot Crown Prosecutor
Justice and Solicitor General
$117,592.02
earned in 2016
Aleisha Bartier Crown Prosecutor
Justice and Solicitor General
$110,791.57
earned in 2016
Alejandra Varela Barrister and Solicitor
Justice and Solicitor General
$117,592.02
earned in 2016
Alexander Witt Barrister & Solicitor
Justice and Solicitor General
$117,592.02
earned in 2016
Alexandra Bailey Crown Prosecutor
Justice and Solicitor General
$107,152.50
earned in 2016
Alex Chau Manager, Emergency Services
Justice and Solicitor General
$132,350.92
earned in 2016
Alia Ally Barrister and Solicitor
Justice and Solicitor General
$190,848.58
earned in 2016
Alice Barnsley-Kamal Barrister and Solicitor
Justice and Solicitor General
$162,071.52
earned in 2016
Alicia Wendel Crown Prosecutor
Justice and Solicitor General
$158,882.36
earned in 2016
Alison Altmiks Barrister and Solicitor
Justice and Solicitor General
$152,689.42
earned in 2016
Alison Magill Crown Prosecutor
Justice and Solicitor General
$107,152.50
earned in 2016
Allen Gukert Deputy Director Operations
Justice and Solicitor General
$168,145.12
earned in 2016
Allen Wong Barrister and Solicitor
Justice and Solicitor General
$181,228.06
earned in 2016
Allison Downey-Damato Domestic Violence Proj Coordin
Justice and Solicitor General
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Published March, 2017

Alberta Public Sector Salary Disclosure - Sunshine List 2017

Welcome to the SunshineListStats.com, where we rank employees from organizations that received public funding from the Province of Alberta who earn over 136,805 per year, including total taxable benefits.

This year's sunshine list includes the top earners in Justice and Solicitor General, including:

2017 Sunshine List: Justice and Solicitor General top earners

Every year by March 31, Alberta government publishes its annual Sunshine List of public sector servants with six-figure salaries. According to the document, at the Justice and Solicitor General 756 staffers made the list, earning a total salary of $111,848,257.54 in 2016.

At the top of the Sunshine List

Topping the list for the Justice and Solicitor General was Assist Chief Medical Examiner Tera Jones who brought home $383,143.47 in 2016.

Following Tera Jones was Assist Chief Medical Examiner Bamidele Adeagbo, who had annual earnings of $383,143.47. Asst Chief Med. Examiner Bernard Bannach made $383,143.47, Deputy Chief Med Examiner Elizabeth Brooks-Lim made $383,143.47 and Assist Chief Medical Examiner Mitchell Weinberg round out the top-five highest paid employees with $383,017.99 for the Justice and Solicitor General 2017 Sunshine List.

Breaking down the numbers

Among employees who received more than six-figure salaries in 2016, 125 received earnings between $100,000 and $110,000 followed by 275 who received between $110,001 and $150,000 , 343 received between $150,001 and $200,000 , 5 received between $200,001 and $250,000 , 8 received between $250,001 and $300,000 at the Justice and Solicitor General.

  • Salary breakdown
  • 125 employees made between $100,000 to $110,000
  • 275 employees made between $110,000 to $150,000
  • 343 employees made between $150,000 to $200,000
  • 5 employees made between $200,000 to $250,000
  • 8 employees made between More than $300,000

For a complete list of public sector employees who made the 2017 Sunshine List, go to Sunshine List 2017 Employees List. If you wish to analyse the list by employer go to Sunshine List 2017 Employers List.

The Sunshine List

Alberta first started publishing the Sunshine List in 2014 following the 2012 election of Alison Redford.

The salary and severance disclosure, makes Alberta's public sector more open and accountable to taxpayers. The act requires organizations that receive public funding from the Province of Alberta to make public the names, positions, salaries and total taxable benefits of employees paid 136,805 or more in the previous calendar year.

What is disclosed and thresholds

  • Compensation includes base salary, overtime, bonuses, honoraria paid to board members and taxable benefits. This category essentially reflects the income amount on the person’s T4.
  • Severance reflects amounts paid or payable related to termination of employment, including retiring allowance.
  • Non-monetary (other) benefits are generally non-taxable benefits including the employer’s portion of pension contributions, employment insurance, Canada Pension Plan and Workers' Compensation Board premiums.
  • Employment and/or severance contracts for:
    • Designated executives under the Reform of Agencies, Boards and Commissions Compensation Regulation
    • Designated executives under the Reform of Agencies, Boards and Commissions (Post-Secondary Institutions) Compensation Regulation
    • The Chief Executive Officer of Alberta Health Services
    • The Chief Executive Officer of the Alberta Electric System Operator

Employee thresholds

Public sector bodies are required to post online the names and amount of compensation and severance paid to employees who earn more than the threshold amount for that disclosure period.

For December disclosures, if no severance was paid, disclosure is not required.

1 The annual threshold is applied to severance disclosures in December of the current year and to compensation disclosed in June of the following year. For example, the threshold for severances disclosed by December 31, 2021 is $136,805. This is also the threshold for compensation disclosed by June 30, 2022.
Calendar year 1 Annual threshold
2021 $136,805
2020 $135,317
2019 $132,924
2018 $129,809
2017 $127,765
2016 $126,375
2015 $125,000