Public Sector Compensation Disclosure
Each year, the Nova Scotia Department of Finance provides an update on the status of the province’s financial situation by releasing audited financial statements and related documents.
The release also includes information provided through the Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Act (PSCD). The information is available to the public and to media. Numerous organizations across the province that receive, or have received a level of funding from government are required to report under the PSCD Act. This includes Nova Scotia Health Authority.
To comply with the legislation, the lists identify people employed in those former districts who received total compensation of more than $100,000 during the fiscal year (April 1 to March 31).
In addition to salary, the total compensation may also include other types of payments like: overtime, retirement allowance, retroactive earnings or severance and vacation payouts. Because the time frame for reporting covers a fiscal year and additional types of payments, the total compensation may be somewhat different than what is identified on an individual T4.
The compensation disclosure lists for NSHA can be viewed here:
- Statement of Compensation for the Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Act, year Ended March 31, 2018 (.pdf)
- Statement of Compensation for the Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Act, year Ended March 31, 2017 (.pdf)
- Statement of Compensation for the Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Act, year Ended March 31, 2016 (.pdf)
The PSCD legislation can be viewed using this link: