Alberta Sunshine List 2018

Searchable database of the Alberta public sector employees who earned more than $100,000 in 2017.

Salary Name Position
$361,257.52
earned in 2017
Bamidele Adeagbo Assist Chief Medical Examiner
Justice and Solicitor General
$361,257.52
earned in 2017
Bernard Bannach Asst Chief Med. Examiner
Justice and Solicitor General
$361,257.52
earned in 2017
Elizabeth Brooks-Lim Chief Medical Examiner
Justice and Solicitor General
$361,257.52
earned in 2017
Tera Jones Assist Chief Medical Examiner
Justice and Solicitor General
$361,257.52
earned in 2017
Mitchell Weinberg Assist Chief Medical Examiner
Justice and Solicitor General
$361,257.52
earned in 2017
Cecilia Wu Assist Chief Medical Examiner
Justice and Solicitor General
$357,346.60
earned in 2017
Marcia Nelson DM, Executive Council
Executive Council
$352,805.32
earned in 2017
Angela Miller Asst Chief Medical Examiner
Justice and Solicitor General
$332,465.39
earned in 2017
Alan Casson Sr Provincial Clinical Advisor
Health
$328,758.82
earned in 2017
Ray Gilmour Assoc. DM and DM of Ops.
Executive Council
$318,759.76
earned in 2017
Kristin Klein Deputy Medical Off. of Health
Health
$312,192.00
earned in 2017
Karen Margaret Grimsrud Chief Medical Officer of Healt
Health
$300,171.30
earned in 2017
Coleen Volk Deputy Minister
Energy
$287,020.84
earned in 2017
David Morhart Deputy Minister
Service Alberta
$285,877.54
earned in 2017
Timothy Grant Deputy Minister
Service Alberta
$285,877.28
earned in 2017
Rodney Skura DM, Advanced Education
Advanced Education
$285,877.28
earned in 2017
Beverly Yee Deputy Minister
Agriculture and Forestry
$285,877.28
earned in 2017
Darlene Bouwsema Deputy Minister
Children's Services
$285,877.28
earned in 2017
Shannon A.J. Marchand Deputy Minister
Community and Social Services
$285,877.28
earned in 2017
Gitane De Silva Senior Rep to the USA
Economic Development and Trade
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Published March, 2018

Alberta Public Sector Salary Disclosure - Sunshine List 2018

Welcome to the SunshineListStats.com, where we rank employees from organizations that received public funding from the Province of Alberta who earn over $100,000 per year, including total taxable benefits.

This year's sunshine list includes the top earners in Alberta, including:

2018 Sunshine List: 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, Alberta 3,307 staffers made the list, earning a total salary of $438,206,422.29 in 2017.

At the top of the Sunshine List

Topping the list for Alberta was Assist Chief Medical Examiner Mitchell Weinberg who brought home $361,257.52 in 2017.

Following Mitchell Weinberg was Assist Chief Medical Examiner Cecilia Wu, who had annual earnings of $361,257.52. Assist Chief Medical Examiner Bamidele Adeagbo made $361,257.52, Assist Chief Medical Examiner Tera Jones made $361,257.52 and Asst Chief Med. Examiner Bernard Bannach round out the top-five highest paid employees with $361,257.52 for the Alberta 2018 Sunshine List.

Breaking down the numbers

Among employees who received more than six-figure salaries in 2017, 758 received earnings between $100,000 and $110,000 followed by 1,821 who received between $110,001 and $150,000 , 639 received between $150,001 and $200,000 , 49 received between $200,001 and $250,000 , 22 received between $250,001 and $300,000 , and 18 received over $300,000 at Alberta.

  • Salary breakdown
  • 758 employees made between $100,000 to $110,000
  • 1,821 employees made between $110,000 to $150,000
  • 639 employees made between $150,000 to $200,000
  • 49 employees made between $200,000 to $250,000
  • 22 employees made between $250,000 to $300,000
  • 18 employees made between More than $300,000

For a complete list of public sector employees who made the 2018 Sunshine List, go to Sunshine List 2018 Employees List. If you wish to analyse the list by employer go to Sunshine List 2018 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 $100,000 or more in the previous calendar year.