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Statement of Compensation Required Pursuant to the Public Sector

Compensation Disclosure Act

Dalhousie University
Year ended March 31, 2015

KPMGLLP

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INDEPENDENT AUDITORS' REPORT


To the Board of Governors of Dalhousie University
We have audited the accompanying schedule of employees with compensation in excess of $100,000
for Dalhousie University for the year ended March 31, 2015 and notes, comprising a summary of
significant accounting policies and other explanatory information (together the schedule). The
schedule has been prepared by management in accordance with the financial reporting provisions in
Section 3 of the Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Act dated December 10, 2010.
Managements Responsibility for the Schedule
Management is responsible for the preparation of the schedule in accordance with financial reporting
provisions in Section 3 of the Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Act dated December 31, 2010.
This includes determining that the basis of accounting is an acceptable basis for the preparation of the
schedule in the circumstances, and for such internal control as management determines is necessary
to enable the preparation of the schedule that is free from material misstatement, whether due to fraud
or error.
Auditors' Responsibility
Our responsibility is to express an opinion on the schedule based on our audit. We conducted our
audit in accordance with Canadian generally accepted auditing standards. Those standards require
that we comply with ethical requirements and plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable
assurance about whether the schedule is free from material misstatement.
An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and disclosures
in the schedule. The procedures selected depend on the auditors judgment, including the assessment
of the risks of material misstatement of the schedule, whether due to fraud or error. In making those
risk assessments, we consider internal control relevant to the entitys preparation of the schedule in
order to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not for the purpose of
expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the entitys internal control. An audit also includes
evaluating the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the reasonableness of accounting
estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall presentation of the schedule.
We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis
for our audit opinion.
Opinion
In our opinion, the schedule of employees with compensation in excess of $100,000 for Dalhousie
University for the year ended March 31, 2015 is prepared, in all material respects, in accordance with
the financial reporting provisions in Section 3 of the Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Act dated
December 10, 2010.

KPMG LLP is a Canadian limited liability partnership and a member firm of the KPMG
network of independent member firms affiliated with KPMG International Cooperative
(KPMG International), a Swiss entity.
KPMG Canada provides services to KPMG LLP.

Basis of Accounting
Without modifying our opinion, we draw attention to Note 1 to the schedule, which describes the basis of
accounting. The schedule is prepared to meet the requirement of the Public Sector Compensation
Disclosure Act dated December 10, 2010. As a result, the schedule may not be suitable for another purpose.

Chartered Accountants
May 27, 2015
Halifax, Canada

Dalhousie University
Statement of Compensation for the Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Act
Year ended March 31, 2015

Section 3 of the Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Act of the Province of Nova Scotia, requires public
sector bodies to publically disclose the amount of compensation it pays or provides, directly or indirectly, to
any person in the fiscal year if the amount of compensation to that person is one hundred thousand dollars
or more including compensation paid to, or for the benefit of, each of its board members, officers,
employees, contractors and consultants.
For the year ended March 31, 2015, the following board members, officers and employees received
compensation of $100,000 or more:

Last Name, First Name


Abidi, Syed
Ackroyd-Stolarz, Stacy
Adamo, Shelley
Adams, Mary Jane
Adisesh, Anil
Agu, Remigius
Aguinaga, Jerry
Aiken, Linda
Aiken, Steven
Aissaoui, Driss
Alda, Martin
Ali, Nouman
Ali-Hassan, Hossam
Allen, Gary
Allen, Peter
Amyotte, Paul
Anderson, David
Anderson, Derek
Anderson, Robert
Andreas, Heather
Andrews, Cynthia
Anini, Younes
Aporta, Claudio
Archibald, Bruce
Archibald, Greg
Archibald, John
Armson, Brian
Armson, Joy
Arnold, Dirk
Arthur, Peter
Asada, Yukiko
Asbridge, Mark
Asiedu, Samuel
Astatkie, Tessema

Compensation
Paid ($)
162,131
126,444
138,661
112,857
170,000
113,913
135,000
119,835
120,999
108,308
138,944
157,076
132,430
134,501
160,482
196,565
150,083
180,311
180,853
107,427
135,228
107,829
104,285
171,386
213,111
111,230
220,753
165,688
120,119
103,478
104,714
119,499
192,795
170,596


Last Name, First Name
Aston, Megan
Baechler, Jennifer
Bagnell Styles, Catherine
Bain, Jennifer
Baldridge, William
Bannerman, Ronald
Bannister, Peter
Barker, James
Barnes, Christine
Barnes, Lesley
Barrett, Ann
Barrett, David
Barrett, Lisa
Barrett, Sean
Barry, Mairead
Barzilai, Jonathan
Basu, Prabir
Bauer, Robert
Baur, Steven
Baxter, John
Baylis, Francoise
Beagan, Brenda
Bearne, Stephen
Beaubien, Louis
Beauchamp, Christine
Beaumont, Christopher
Beazley, Karen
Becke, Axel
Beiko, Robert
Bell, Christopher
Bell, David
Benkel, Bernhard
Bennett, Evelyn
Benstead, Timothy
Bentzen, Paul
Bernstein, Mark
Bielawski, Joseph
Bingham, John
Bishop, Donald
Bishop, Todd
Black, A Fiona
Black, David
Black, Vaughan
Blake, John
Blanchard, Christopher
Bleasdale, Barbara
Bleasdale, Ruth
Bliemel, Michael
Blouin, Christian
Blunden, Robert

Compensation
Paid ($)
118,435
104,900
174,177
115,437
154,701
186,138
118,005
183,441
138,748
116,129
126,259
112,608
100,000
105,132
116,943
176,513
188,069
136,850
103,478
157,066
205,827
116,759
173,102
118,781
123,659
187,351
123,032
179,313
138,690
123,602
175,622
172,870
103,061
107,777
185,379
137,583
125,470
110,718
174,281
105,406
160,400
123,527
123,108
137,935
122,406
119,263
102,937
151,615
124,085
151,094


Last Name, First Name
Blustein, James
Bodorik, Peter
Boe, Shaun
Bonnemaison, Sarah
Boran, Thomas
Boudreau, Bernard
Bourne-Tyson, Donna
Bousquet, Jean-Francois
Boutet, Alain
Boutilier, Darrell
Boyd, Daniel
Bradley, Sarah
Brewster, Gordon
Brodsky, Alexander
Brooks, Kimberley
Brooks, Stephen
Brooks, Su-Ling
Brooks-Craig, Elaine
Brousseau, Susan
Brown, Catrina
Brown, Jason
Brown, Jeremy
Brown, Jocelyn
Brown, Marion
Brown, Richard
Budge, Suzanne M
Burge, Frederick
Burnay, Diogo
Burnell, Jean
Burton, David
Burton, Peter
Byers, David
Byrne, Joseph
Cada, Michael
Caissie, Rachel
Caldwell, Claude
Cameron, Gregory
Cameron, John
Cameron, Stewart
Campbell, Carolyn
Campbell-Yeo, Marsha
Carbert, Louise
Carrey, Normand
Carvalho, Sergio
Carver, Daniel
Cassin, A Marguerite
Cathy Connell MD Inc,
Cavanagh, Edwin
Chambers, Christine
Chapman, Scott

Compensation
Paid ($)
126,925
169,022
114,336
130,553
208,088
154,234
169,189
109,626
154,196
112,857
149,314
107,992
175,027
101,861
191,166
124,052
111,401
104,989
115,501
126,417
147,655
105,659
116,684
108,063
153,333
123,329
102,257
137,607
137,983
178,808
147,641
169,388
163,283
187,341
134,096
185,523
123,908
101,719
139,311
130,686
104,462
126,417
138,944
162,976
119,094
127,904
177,332
170,189
108,907
104,456


Last Name, First Name
Chappe, Valerie
Chauhan, Balwantray
Chen, Jing
Chen, Zhizhang
Chircop, Aldo
Chircop, Andrea
Chorney, Jill
Chowdhury, Dhiman
Chowdhury, Shamsud D
Chuang, Jiunn-Ming
Clark, Stephen
Clarke, David
Cleave, Patricia
Cleghorn, Blaine
Clow Bohan, Margaret
Cochrane, Andrew
Cochrane, Linda
Coley, Alan
Colford, Ian
Comber, Scott
Conrod, Joan
Cooper, Afua
Corbin, Stephen
Corke, Sarah-Jane
Corkum, Penny
Cormier, David
Corscadden, Kenneth
Cote, Patrice
Couban, Stephen
Coughlan, Stephen
Coutand, Isabelle
Coutts, Peter
Cowley, Elizabeth
Cox, Jafna
Cox, Philip
Cozens, Frances
Crago, Martha
Croll, Roger
Crombie, Karen
Crowder, Nathan
Crowell, Tammy
Cruess, Alan
Culshaw, Nicholas
Cunningham, Margaret
Curran, Janet
Currie, Robert
Currie, William
Curtis MacQuarrie Inc,
Curwin, Sandra
Cutler, G Christopher

Compensation
Paid ($)
136,974
181,149
134,735
180,485
149,732
110,444
110,987
137,584
176,963
148,237
189,737
116,066
132,488
183,693
110,988
170,891
121,044
162,108
120,500
145,581
194,532
141,828
195,324
106,873
109,480
103,047
139,517
109,241
103,992
146,871
107,215
139,866
121,686
111,064
187,208
121,743
268,384
158,016
163,847
110,366
105,817
150,095
125,945
257,370
107,623
128,375
161,134
112,717
124,509
110,817


Last Name, First Name
Cyrus, J
Cyrus, Teresa
Dahn, Jeffrey
Darvesh, Sultan
Dasgupta, Swapan
Davidson, June
Davis, Benjamin
Dawkins, Cedric
Dawson, Carrie
De Antueno, Liliana
Deacon, Helene
Dechman, Gail
Dellaire, Graham
Delong, Lisa
Delva, Nicholas
Denike, Margaret
Denovan-Wright, Eileen
Deturbide, Michael
Deval, Helene
Devlin, Richard
Diallo, Claver
Dieleman, Crystal
Diepeveen, Leonard
Dilcher, Karl
Djokic, Philippe
Dobson, Melanie
Dodds, Linda
Doelle, Meinhard
Doman, Darrel
Dong, Xianping
Dooley, Joseph
Doolittle, W
Dossou-Yovo, Angelo
Doucette, Alan
Dowd, Michael
Downie, Jocelyn
Doyle, Michael
Doyle-Bedwell, Patricia
Dr David Botten Inc,
Dr Glenn Andrea MD Inc,
Dr Katherine A Robinson Inc,
Drane, Mike
Drummond, James
DuBois, Lindsay
Duck, Thomas
Duffy, Kevin
Duinker, Peter
Dukeshire, Steven
Duncan, Roy
Dunlap, Richard

Compensation
Paid ($)
162,531
154,730
194,910
103,260
169,904
126,668
132,281
161,131
120,013
110,139
131,568
107,735
115,488
100,445
183,983
106,772
143,546
139,720
122,901
156,533
108,625
108,004
140,831
152,418
147,114
149,013
114,922
125,139
106,608
103,404
135,852
100,000
103,385
115,000
119,951
150,584
182,002
113,268
102,842
208,552
262,778
112,813
165,649
125,005
119,114
118,880
156,298
136,574
179,741
168,194


Last Name, First Name
Dunlop, Diane
Dunn, Kevin
Durier-Copp, Martine
Dyack, Sarah
Dykeman, Floyd
Earl, E Marie
Edgecombe, Nancy
El-Hawary, M.
Ellis, Patrick
El-Masry, Ezz
ElSankary, Kamal
Erdman, Joanna
Eskes, Gail
Evans, David
Evans, Joan
Fanning, Lucia
Fardy, Peter
Farhat, Zoheir
Farid, Abdolhossain
Faridi, Sara
Farrag, Abdel Aziz
Fawcett, James
Fenety, P Anne
Fennel, Katja
Fenton, Gordon
Fergus, Frederick
Field, Simon
Fierlbeck, Katherine
Filiaggi, Mark
Finbow, Robert
Fine, Alan
Firanescu, Daniela
Fischer, Dwight
Florizone, Richard
Flowerdew, Gordon
Folkins, Ian
Fooladi, Iraj
Forrestall, Anne
Foster, Michael
France, Robert
Franey, Donna
Frank, Katherine
Fraser, Andrea
Fredeen, Alan
Freedman, Bill
Friedman, Alon
Frigerio, Vittorio
Fulford, Allison
Gadbois, Simon
Gagnon, Graham

Compensation
Paid ($)
134,686
146,080
108,137
138,500
178,171
116,120
116,281
197,427
138,244
188,727
108,263
116,642
157,448
120,316
132,139
107,702
251,290
146,822
182,711
118,773
161,396
117,192
139,000
136,928
168,155
103,768
102,000
134,778
152,194
141,927
179,742
111,987
187,890
390,052
126,291
128,671
240,963
155,333
126,271
168,883
136,335
182,812
124,130
181,114
170,617
112,500
111,740
106,615
106,598
228,644


Last Name, First Name
Gahagan, Jacqueline
Gajewski, Jerzy
Gall, Neil
Gambold, Liesl
Gantar, Jure
Gao, Qigang
Garagash, Dmitry
Gardiner Barber, Pauline
Gardner, David
Garland, H Wayne
Garvey, Brigid
Gassmann, Horand
Gentleman, Wendy
Georgallas, Alexander
Ghanem, Amyl
Ghazal, Amal
Gibling, Martin
Gibson, Elaine
Gibson, Mark
Gilbert, Robert
Gill, Thomas
Gimenez-Mico, Maria Jose
Ginn, Diana
Girouard, Marilyn
Giusto, Andrea
Goldberg, Lisa
Gonzalez-Cueto, Jose
Good, Kimberley
Goodday, Reginald H B
Goodwin, Carol
Goodyear, S Norman
Goralski, Kerry
Gorsky, Diane
Gosse, John
Graham, Janice
Grandy, Scott
Grant, Doris
Grant, Ian
Grant, Jill
Grant, Jonathan
Grant, Kelvin
Grantmyre, John
Gratzer, Paul
Graves, Gillian
Graves, Milton
Gray, David
Greenfield, Bruce
Gregoire, Curtis
Groulx, Dominic
Grujic, Djordje

Compensation
Paid ($)
123,811
113,480
120,000
106,268
132,139
158,828
129,324
157,962
153,961
151,685
107,774
131,447
122,164
174,080
127,034
107,668
156,333
142,143
108,776
108,308
188,905
117,724
143,488
125,764
103,463
118,501
120,070
137,237
180,952
175,027
175,062
105,893
141,495
141,261
152,222
103,064
121,501
105,428
172,996
183,919
181,114
144,311
123,320
100,364
103,038
185,000
140,912
106,877
109,427
131,995


Last Name, First Name
Gu, Hong
Gu, Jason
Gubitz, Gordon
Gunawardena, Arunika
Habib, Muhammad
Hadskis, Michael
Hall, Kimberley
Hall, Richard
Halperin, Scott
Hamilton, David
Hammermeister, Andrew
Hanada, Edwin
Hanley, Joan
Hanlon, Gregory
Hanly, John
Hansen, David
Harding, Stephen
Harman, Katherine
Harris, Andrew
Hartlen, Stephen
Hartt, Christopher
Harvey, Frank
Harvey-Clark, Chris
Haslam, Jason
Hatchette, Todd
Havard, Peter
Hawkins, Ann
Hay, Alex
Hayden, Jill
Hayter, Nancy
Hayward, Kathryn
He, Quan
Heathcote, John
Hebb, Gregory
Hebb, Matthew
Hebert, Kim
Helland, Christopher
Helpard, Heather
Herbinger, Christophe
Hewitt, Kevin
Heywood, Malcolm
Hickey, Ellen
Hildebrand, Barbara
Hill, Ian
Hill, John
Hill, Paul
Holmes, Susan
Hope, John
Horrey, Kathleen
Hoskin, David

Compensation
Paid ($)
128,455
127,364
103,000
129,664
158,837
114,077
118,909
139,111
137,583
154,005
133,943
106,444
112,194
140,404
134,832
138,244
147,892
139,874
140,451
183,955
119,260
152,669
150,000
101,115
139,211
129,892
110,066
174,709
131,876
122,400
101,719
134,521
191,228
217,740
168,300
102,564
108,743
110,773
122,303
124,541
142,269
118,102
111,392
133,826
135,546
130,187
144,614
129,096
139,111
159,256


Last Name, First Name
Houk, Shauna
Howard, Vivian
Howlett, Susan
Hoyle, Jeff
Hoyte, Shawna
Hubbard, Ted
Huett, Suzanne
Hughes, Daniel
Hughes, Elizabeth
Hughes, Jean
Hughes, Larry
Hung, Jeanette
Hung, Orlando
Hutchings, Jeffrey
Hutchinson, Susan
Hymers, Michael
Iakovlev, Serguei
Ilow, Jacek
Imran, Syed
Ingles, Janet
Iron, David
Irvine, Dean
Iscan, Talan
Isenor, Jennifer
Issekutz, Thomas
Iulianella, Angelo
Iverson, Sara
Jackson, Daniel
Jackson, Lois
Jacques, Sophie
Jakeman, David
Jamieson, Rebecca
Jamieson, Rob
Janssen, Jeannette
Jarjoura, George
Jennings, Mary Jane
Jiang, Guo-Liang
Johnson, Keith
Johnson, Shannon
Johnston, Brent
Johnston, Clifton
Johnston, Gerald
Johnston, Grace
Johnston, Mark
Johnston, Michael
Jones, Bronwen
Jones, Donald
Jones, Keltie
Jurgens, Tannis
Kablar, Boris

Compensation
Paid ($)
106,136
140,952
144,514
186,950
119,285
146,558
121,676
137,583
118,065
151,221
159,029
146,985
142,098
165,403
118,353
118,805
126,792
175,171
137,951
117,142
113,971
120,633
131,978
113,072
134,695
102,313
145,294
101,137
149,555
117,787
148,332
164,433
118,200
132,773
115,353
150,150
122,901
149,784
130,563
121,254
159,008
191,547
141,732
133,336
103,785
100,000
126,447
104,264
124,244
138,767


Last Name, First Name
Kachan, Asa
Kaiser, H Archibald
Kaiser, Stephanie
Kalamkarov, Alexander
Kalyaniwalla, Nauzer
Karabanow, Jeff
Karten, Barbara
Kay-Raining Bird, Elizabeth
Keats, Melanie
Kelley, Daniel
Kelly, Melanie
Kelly, Patrick
Kelm, Cheryle
Kember, Guy
Kephart, George
Keselj, Vlado
Kesselring, Krista
Kevany, Kathleen
Kiberd, Bryce
Kiefte, Michael
Kienast, Markus
Kilfoil, Mary
Kimmerly, Derek
King, Carolyn
Kirby, Jeffrey
Kirby, Sarah
Kirk, John
Kirk, Sara
Kirkland, Susan
Kirkpatrick, David
Klapstein, Raymond
Klein, Raymond
Knechtel, Mark
Kolokolnikov, Theodore
Kotlyarova, Yulia
Kozey, Cheryl
Kozey, John
Kozousek, Vladimir
Kraglund, Ferne
Kreplak, Laurent
Kroeker, Richard
Krueger, Stefan
Kujath, Marek
Kutcher, Stanley
Kuzak, Stephen
Kynoch, Gary
Kyriakidis, Jordan
Labrie, Daniel
Lada, Rajasekaran
Ladouceur, Michel

Compensation
Paid ($)
114,329
183,067
103,728
176,508
114,953
123,123
105,893
138,359
100,991
140,831
163,277
114,196
148,342
142,930
127,994
134,356
122,271
130,499
115,236
113,154
113,971
120,152
101,195
105,952
101,699
106,630
160,418
125,921
146,626
129,784
180,667
182,524
131,005
110,424
118,901
145,802
133,415
138,500
148,617
113,213
111,719
108,612
160,198
143,280
142,753
126,238
123,656
135,344
199,948
108,454


Last Name, First Name
Lahey, William
Laing, Scott
Lake, Craig
Lamb, Jeffrey
Lane, Patricia
Laroche, Julie
Larson, Alfhild
Latimer, Margot
Latta, Robert
Lauckner, Heidi
Lawen, Joseph
Lawson, Keith
Leach, C Edward
Leadbetter, Brian
LeBlanc, Constance
LeBlanc, John
Leddin, Desmond
Lee, Christopher
Lee, J Michael
Lee, Patrick
Lee, Song
Lee, Timothy
Leon, L
Leonard, Martha
Lesins, Glen
Leving, Yuri
Levy, Adrian
Lewer, Ian
Lewis, Marlon
Li, Yung-Hua
Lilley, Brian
Lin, Shan
Lin, Tong-jun
Lincoln, Kathrine
Linsdell, Paul
Little, Timothy
Liu, Lei
Liu, Xiang-Qin
Liu, Yi
Llewellyn, Jennifer
Loney, Robert
Loomer, Geoffrey
Lotze, Heike
Love, Michael
Luckyj, Christina
Luo, Shao-Pin
Luu, Shyuemeng
Lynch, Daniel
Lynch, Derek
Ma, Yuan

Compensation
Paid ($)
125,257
100,203
143,584
183,212
172,901
185,786
100,577
117,192
117,400
100,392
139,111
107,155
134,451
106,409
164,326
140,688
134,932
139,854
171,793
235,517
133,165
162,761
233,332
168,425
109,728
107,709
178,949
100,533
176,749
112,332
137,398
141,332
145,037
120,524
139,656
149,498
119,031
148,253
121,425
127,471
189,626
105,104
114,638
103,740
137,893
106,394
106,777
167,833
149,418
115,970


Last Name, First Name
MacDonald, Bertrum
MacDonald, David
MacDonald, E Grant
MacDonald, Judy
Macdonald, Linda
Macdonald, Marilyn
MacDonald, Nancy
MacDonald, Nora Noni
MacInnis, Elaine
MacIntosh, Constance
MacIntosh, Duncan
MacIsaac, Betty
MacKay, Alexander
MacKay-Lyons, Marilyn
MacKenzie, Diane
MacKenzie, Tracey
MacKnight, Christopher
MacLachlan, Richard
MacLean, Colin
MacLellan, Dawn
MacLennan, Oriel
MacLeod, Leona
MacMillan, Kathleen
MacNairn, Gwendolyn
MacPherson, Kathleen
MacRae, Thomas
Macy, Christine
Maillet, J
Makani, Joyline
Maksym, Geoffrey
Manderson, Jill
Mannell, Steven
Mansour, Susan
Manuel, Patricia
Marignani, Paola
Marrie, Thomas
Marshall, Jean
Martin Misener, Ruth
Martin, Randall
Martynenko, Alex
Matte, Marie
Matthewman, Anne
Matthews, Debora
Matthias, David
Matwin, Stan
Maxner, Charles
Mazzanti, Gianfranco
McAllister, Michael
McAllister-Irwin, Nancy
McCarthy, G Francis

Compensation
Paid ($)
154,994
125,150
146,328
139,737
103,385
123,340
105,952
310,841
155,505
128,966
147,037
101,738
109,838
138,560
108,676
139,985
117,324
139,111
140,762
144,311
135,585
100,855
205,237
106,909
155,121
174,333
150,738
107,221
128,053
135,758
106,760
140,574
133,176
136,632
122,684
397,024
183,845
134,096
148,985
156,217
155,827
136,530
181,906
105,952
220,968
140,999
115,550
152,082
107,774
111,027


Last Name, First Name
McCormick, Craig
McDevitt, Orla
McDougall, Jason
McDowall, Robert
McGean, Heather
McGinn, Fred
McLarney, Carolan
McLean, Nancy
McLeod, Roger
McMaster, Christopher
McMullen, Patricia
McNally, Mary
McNeil, David
McNeil, Shelly
McNeill, Heather
McParland, Columba
Mealiea, Barbara
Mechoulan, Stephane
Meinertzhagen, Ian
Mello, Isabel
Mensink, David
Merritt, Brenda
Metaxas, Anna
Michaud, Pierre-Luc
Milicevic, Jasmina
Milios, Evangelos
Militzer, Julio
Milliken, Heather
Milson, Robert
Mishra, Aditya
Mitchell, Colin
Mitnitski, Arnold
Monchesky, Theodore
Moore, Christopher
Moosberger, Michael
Mopoho, Raymond
Morgunov, Nikolas
Morrison, Archibald
Morrison, Nancy
Mullin, Roger
Murphy, Andrea
Murphy, Norma
Murphy, Paul
Murray, Lois
Myles, Sean
Nams, Vilis
Nason, Ian
Nason, Richard
Natarajan, M
Neale, Jim

Compensation
Paid ($)
111,565
101,180
137,205
126,109
101,513
148,853
186,232
132,561
134,510
178,476
138,825
145,580
142,009
110,789
114,378
138,503
112,857
158,364
177,427
129,167
123,963
107,087
117,042
134,617
105,893
174,365
175,420
123,819
125,747
138,341
101,101
111,371
114,512
213,169
131,608
122,513
151,915
133,039
113,316
102,636
122,447
116,129
178,514
115,207
116,342
173,074
248,975
184,479
139,111
111,078


Last Name, First Name
Nedimovic, Mladen
Neish, Nancy
Neumann, Paul
Neville, Cynthia
Newhook, John
Newman, Aaron
Ng, Eddy
Nguyen-Quang, Tri
Nicolela, Marcelo
Niu, Haibo
Noble, Brian
Novack, Jack
Nowakowski, Richard
Oakley, Robin
Obrovac, Mark
O'Dor, Ronald
Olson, A. Randall
Oore, Irene
Osberg, Lars
Packer, Tanya
Pacurar, Maria
Palermo, Frank
Pan, Yajun
Parcell, Stephen
Parkash, Ratika
Parker, Deborah
Parker, Louise
Pasumarthi, Kishore
Patrick, Ward
Patterson, Dian
Paulson, Allan
Payne, Stephen
Pegg, Michael
Pekacz, Jolanta
Pelot, Ronald
Peltekian, Kevork
Pelzer, Dieter
Penney, Cindy
Penny, Linda
Percival, David
Perrot, Tara
Perry, Michael
Persaud, D David
Peterson, Theresa
Phillips, Dennis
Phillips, Stephen
Phillips, William
Phillmore, Leslie
Phipps, Shelley
Pinder, Alan

Compensation
Paid ($)
143,339
121,810
160,529
142,589
157,651
122,889
152,544
148,544
238,500
118,513
113,137
170,479
153,850
110,659
127,426
170,803
181,027
135,732
162,533
143,133
172,343
181,891
114,154
151,413
127,482
101,180
171,980
117,322
164,111
181,171
177,218
101,674
175,131
120,150
192,429
121,103
161,953
100,670
113,457
140,417
126,345
118,791
113,164
128,740
156,582
104,652
184,177
106,204
161,151
142,860


Last Name, First Name
Pitts, Nancy
Plucknett, Kevin
Plug, Lawrence
Ply, Elaine
Pohajdak, Bill
Ponomarenko, Sergey
Power, Jim
Power, Robert
Price, Gordon
Price, Richard
Price, Sheri
Prithiviraj, Balakrishnan
ProGrant Medical Inc,
Pronk, Dorothea
Pruski, Kris
Quigley, Kevin
Rafales, Cristina
Rafuse, Victor
Rainey, Jan
Rainham, Daniel
Ramos, Howard
Rapaport, Eric
Rau-Chaplin, Andrew
Read Guernsey, Judith
Rehman, Laurene
Richard, Brenda
Richardson, Christopher
Richardson, Holly
Ridgway, Neale
Riordan, Denis
Ro, Hyo-sung
Roach, David
Robertson, Chad
Robertson, George
Robertson, John
Robertson, Susan
Robertson, William
Robinson, Katherine
Robinson, Lynne
Robison, Zane
Rockwood, Kenneth
Rodee, Patricia
Roger, Andrew
Rohde, John
Rose, Robert
Ross, Phyllis
Ross, Tetjana
Ross, Trevor
Rotermund, Harm
Rotman, Leonard

Compensation
Paid ($)
175,027
163,573
118,371
103,171
150,624
137,468
140,170
112,857
109,326
175,433
104,462
141,901
135,840
119,211
152,243
188,052
103,038
149,354
104,322
107,890
136,808
116,668
157,348
130,802
128,405
153,518
208,192
108,629
123,631
175,931
150,883
123,727
120,492
183,987
151,668
154,004
194,789
135,472
120,346
107,385
135,537
128,359
136,473
105,082
100,046
121,562
113,639
132,144
184,237
135,377


Last Name, First Name
Rouvinen-Watt, Kirsti
Roy, Jeffrey
Rupasinghe, Vasantha
Rusak, Benjamin
Russell, Kathleen
Russell, Steven
Rutenberg, Andrew
Rutherford, Derek
Ruzzante, Daniel
Ryan, Anne-Marie
Sabo, Brenda
Sadler, Robert
Sampalli, Srinivas
Sanderson, Lauranne
Sapp, John
Sargeant, Joan
Satish, Mysore
Saunders, Phillip
Sawicki, Julia
Sawynok, Jana
Scheibling, Robert
Schepp, Norman
Scherkoske, Greg
Schlegel, Christian
Schotch, Peter
Schwarz, Hans-Gunther
Selinger, Peter
Semba, Kazue
Semple, Errol W
Servant, Gregory
Seth, Sachin
Shaw, Dan
Shea, Sarah
Sheehan, Lorn
Sheng, Jinyu
Shepherd, Michael
Sherren, Katherine
Sherry Jain,
Shuba, Lesya
Sidler, Judith
Simms, Christopher
Simpson, Alastair
Simpson, Christy
Sinal, Christopher
Singer, Richard
Singleton, Jerome
Sinha, Gita
Sketris, Ingrid
Smirnov, Roman
Smit, Michael

Compensation
Paid ($)
169,249
126,747
155,146
216,758
165,246
186,960
125,629
103,408
143,882
109,685
108,263
105,856
177,645
179,905
102,000
160,283
190,229
176,430
118,284
170,407
157,344
127,068
102,619
200,793
104,639
168,575
128,907
159,639
101,552
140,831
131,986
113,494
137,583
178,079
150,601
197,385
108,037
135,344
125,417
106,985
106,777
123,279
138,379
123,198
174,465
146,595
149,942
170,122
122,738
102,311


Last Name, First Name
Smith, Bruce
Smith, Frank
Smith, Isabel
Smith, Karen
Smith, Louise
Snelgrove-Clarke, Erna
Song, Keke
Sorge-English, Lynn
Spence Wach, Susan
Spinney, Colin
Spiteri, Louise
Sponagle, Kimberly
Stackhouse, Susan
Stadnyk, Andrew
Stadnyk, Robin
Staicer, Cynthia
Stamp, Jennifer
Steenbeek, Audrey
Steeves, John
Sterling, Shannon
Sterns, Margaret
Stevens, Pierre
Stewart, Sherry
Stewart, Wendy
Stiles, Deborah
Stodola, Lynn
Stone, Marjorie
Stone, Sophia
Stradiotto, Mark
Stubbert, Ronald
Stuewe, David
Sullivan, Patricia
Summerby-Murray, Robert
Sundararajan, Binod
Susan E. Gowan,
Susko, Edward
Sutherland, Heather
Swan, Lukas
Swanston, Marcia
Sy, Oumar
Taggart, Christopher
Taheri, Farid
Tamlyn, Deborah
Tarrant, Florence
Tax, Cara
Taylor, Keith
Taylor-Helmick, Tracy
Teehan, Michael
Tennessen, Tarjei
Tetreault, Ronald

Compensation
Paid ($)
172,134
133,415
115,000
130,586
109,252
118,677
154,170
135,972
208,772
164,653
138,788
101,460
115,615
120,490
116,129
114,052
113,941
119,569
161,677
104,229
121,772
119,263
192,771
134,028
152,004
130,401
145,386
113,212
139,832
112,183
112,750
205,583
183,265
127,044
146,288
133,499
161,468
147,338
126,016
156,884
150,513
174,680
139,893
151,228
116,337
189,816
133,018
138,944
172,029
136,849


Last Name, First Name
Thomas Bernard, Wanda
Thomas, Helmuth
Thomas, Nikhil
Thompson, Alison
Thompson, D A
Thompson, Karen
Thompson, Keith
Thorburn, Jane
Thornhill, Esmeralda
Tibbo, Philip
Tirone, Susan
Tomblin Murphy, Gail
Too, Catherine
Torkkeli, Paivi
Toze, Sandra
Trappenberg, Thomas
Traves, Thomas
Trifts, Valerie
Truelstrup Hansen, Lisbeth
Turnbull, Geoffrey
Turpin, Verity
Tyedmers, Peter
Udenigwe, Chibuike
Ugursal, V Ismet
Ulku, Muhammed Ali
Ungar, Michael
Usta, Murat
Utas, Bryan
van Soeren, Mary
VanderZwaag, David
Venart, Catherine
Venkatadri, Uday
Versnel, Joan
Vincer, Michael
Volsky Rushton, Jennifer
Vukic, Adele
Wach, Grant
Waisman, David
Walde, Sandra
Waldron, Ingrid
Walker, Alexander
Wallace, Carmichael
Wallace, Douglas
Walsh, Jasmine
Walsh, Margaret
Walsh, Noreen
Wang, Jian
Wang, Jun
Wang-Pruski, Gefu
Ward, Courtney

Compensation
Paid ($)
159,691
122,855
110,920
124,607
156,735
113,775
199,717
128,136
179,623
138,944
134,620
146,711
146,507
133,490
102,112
144,208
457,521
148,828
136,112
108,624
120,390
131,046
112,583
175,715
101,686
125,311
123,686
112,857
124,586
185,061
116,757
126,974
107,542
137,583
100,842
116,120
170,511
208,192
141,587
107,380
112,857
170,118
226,988
122,767
120,038
135,353
135,671
106,204
139,178
109,562


Last Name, First Name
Warkentin, Andrew
Warman, Casey
Warner, Grace
Watters, Carolyn
Weaver, Ian
Webster, William
Weeden, Anne
Weerasinghe, Swarna
Weinberg, Merlinda
Welch, Jo
Wells, Sarah
Welsh, Elizabeth
Wentzell, Peter
West, Kenneth
West, Michael
Westwood, David
Whelan, Anne Marie
Whelan, Emma
White, Florence
White, Gerald
White, Mary Anne
White, Robert
Whitehead, Henry
Whoriskey, Frederick
Wight Moffatt, C Faith
Wildeman, Sheila
Williams, M Pamela
Williams, Michelle
Williamson, Heather
Wood, Ellen
Worm, Boris
Wozniak, Linda
Wranik, Dominika
Wright, Jonathan
Wright, Julia
Wright, Tamara
Wright, Tarah
Wuetherick, Brad
Xu, Kuan
Yao, Yue Edward
Yemenidjian, Noubar
Yeung, Pollen
Yildiz, Ilhami
Yiridoe, Emmanuel
Young, David
Young, Susan
Zachernuk, Philip
Zaman, Qamar
Zeh, Norbert
Zhang, Peng

Compensation
Paid ($)
129,871
103,111
103,768
278,181
111,015
240,112
114,662
124,557
116,120
106,044
119,965
115,142
140,026
106,164
112,840
120,917
138,339
102,083
108,629
120,982
178,299
146,328
158,297
132,451
116,120
125,607
128,696
120,085
130,293
137,583
123,737
101,787
140,297
146,597
128,780
140,918
118,879
125,000
154,400
108,550
176,851
144,205
157,920
156,472
106,628
103,254
128,590
184,135
141,146
109,871


Last Name, First Name
Zhang, Wenjun
Zhang, Ying
Zhao, Yonggan
Zhou, Jun
Zincir-Heywood, Nur
Zou, Steve
Zwanziger, Josef

Compensation
Paid ($)
144,170
101,195
173,269
125,692
124,842
157,937
190,265

Dalhousie University
Notes to Statement of Compensation for the Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Act
Year ended March 31, 2015

1. Basis of accounting:
This Statement has been prepared by Dalhousie University, a public sector body, required to report
compensation information pursuant to the Public Sector Compensation Act (the Act) of the Province
of Nova Scotia.
The management of Dalhousie University is responsible for the preparation of this statement in
accordance with the Act.
Section 4 of the Act requires that the information reported in this statement be disclosed in the body of
the audited financial statements of Dalhousie University or in a statement prepared for the purposes of
the Act and certified by its auditors.

2. Compensation
Section 2(b) of the Act defines compensation as the total amount or the value of all cash, non-cash,
salary, wages, payments, allowances, bonuses, commissions, and perquisites, other than a pension,
pursuant to any arrangement, including an employment contract, and includes, without restricting the
generality of the foregoing:
a. all overtime payments, retirement or severance payments, lump-sum payments and vacation
payouts;
b. the value of loan or loan-interest obligations that have been extinguished and of imputed-interest
benefits from loans;
c.

long-term incentive plan earnings and payouts;

d. the value of the benefit derived from vehicles or allowances with respect to vehicles;
e. the value of the benefit derived from living accommodation provided or any subsidy with respect
to living accommodation;
f.

payments made for exceptional benefits not provided to the majority of employees;

g. payments for memberships in recreational clubs or organizations, and


h. the value of any other payment or benefit prescribed in the regulations.

Acadia University
Disclosures Pursuant to
Nova Scotia Public Sector Employment Compensation Disclosure Act
For the Twelve Months Ended March 31, 2015
Name
Abela, Paul
Ahern, Stephen
Alexander, Cynthia
Anderson, Barbara J
Banks, Jeffrey T
Barkanova, Svetlana
Barr, Sandra M
Bennett, Craig
Benoit, Darcy
Biro, Andrew
Bissix, Glyn C
Bondrup-Nielsen, Soren
Both, Christoph
Brodeur, Darlene A
Callaghan, Edith
Campbell, Wanda R
Chipman, Hugh
Clarke, Nancy E
Colton, John
Corkum, Patricia E
Darnbrough, James M
Delpeche, Bernard
Dennis, Michael J
Devine, Michael
Diamond, James
Dickie, Kevin R
Doerr, Paul W
Doucette, Gary F
Duke, David F
Durant, Matthew
Dye, Kelly
Eustace, John C
Falkenham, Marcel
Fowles, Jonathon
Gibson, Glenys
Handrigan, Nancy
Hansen, John
Hemming, Heather E

Compensation
107,083
101,083
105,533
114,088
127,088
100,846
135,585
120,208
106,088
103,208
139,849
117,611
121,583
113,381
110,543
118,108
106,683
103,083
117,903
116,724
120,857
122,723
105,533
102,083
101,733
109,959
116,808
104,262
101,083
106,626
103,083
113,245
101,270
109,991
117,083
124,672
115,102
157,740

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Acadia University
Disclosures Pursuant to
Nova Scotia Public Sector Employment Compensation Disclosure Act
For the Twelve Months Ended March 31, 2015
Name
Herman, Thomas B
Holmberg, Diane
Hooper, Jeffrey
Hutchinson, Ian
Ivany, Raymond E
Jha, Amitabh
Kapoor, Harish
Karsten, Richard
Latta, Bryan M
Lehr, Ronald F
Leiter, Michael P
Lukeman, Matthew
MacDougall, Shelley L
MacKinnon, David
MacKinnon, Gregory R
MacLeod, James E
MacVicar, Mary
Maitzen, Stephen
Major, Sonya
Mallory, Mark L
Mesheau, Susan M
Migliarisi, Anna G
Mitchell, Andrew
Morrison, George R
Moussa, Hassouna
Murimboh, John
Murphy, Rene J
Murray, Ian V
O'Driscoll, Nelson J
Peng, Jianan
Perrins, Robert J
Piper, David
Powers, Ann M
Price, Lisa
Proulx, Robert
Provencal, Vernon L
Pufahl, Peir K
Raeside, Robert P

Compensation
170,192
100,651
106,832
131,500
281,820
109,083
115,656
105,805
135,083
130,960
165,083
102,049
111,233
136,688
119,323
133,921
133,304
109,083
141,008
108,083
136,433
111,523
112,088
175,921
114,833
101,108
112,845
108,872
109,917
123,766
174,525
128,748
118,255
104,317
115,430
115,083
101,497
138,099

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Acadia University
Disclosures Pursuant to
Nova Scotia Public Sector Employment Compensation Disclosure Act
For the Twelve Months Ended March 31, 2015
Name
Redden, Anna
Rigg, Patricia D
Roberts, Scott
Robertson, Michael
Semenenko, Igor
Shakshuki, Elhadi
Shields, Christopher A
Shutler, Dave
Silver, Daniel L
Smith, Todd
Spooner, Ian
Stanley, Clifford R
Stephenson, Paul A
Stewart, Donald T
Stokesbury, Michael J
Symons, Douglas K
Taylor, Philip
Teismann, Holger
Thomson, Anthony G
Thon, Sonia
Townsend, Patricia L
Trofanenko, Brenda M
Trudel, Andre
Van Blarcom, Brian L
Vibert, Ann
Vibert, Conor T
Weatherbee, Terrance
Whetter, Kevin
Wilks, Ian L
Williams, Peter
Worvill, Romira M
Wyile, Herbert
Yang, Jun
Youden, Darrell
Zamlynny, Volodymyr

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Compensation
107,083
126,923
117,160
111,083
100,098
113,893
102,943
113,083
115,518
103,083
122,649
111,083
103,083
111,083
103,083
135,558
117,083
101,083
127,483
115,553
108,598
108,083
120,143
139,998
121,388
156,166
101,083
101,733
102,751
147,568
108,933
111,083
106,783
154,727
101,443

Acadia University
Disclosures Pursuant to
Nova Scotia Public Sector Employment Compensation Disclosure Act
For the Twelve Months Ended March 31, 2015
1. BASIS OF ACCOUNTING
The Statement of Compensation Required Pursuant to the Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Act
has been prepared in accordance with the financial reporting provisions in Section 3 of the Public Sector
Compensation Disclosure Act, 2010 (the "Act"). The management of Acadia University is responsible for
the preparation of this statement in accordance with the Act.
Section 4 of the Act requires that the information reported in this statement be disclosed in the body of
the audited financial statements of Acadia University or in a statement prepared for the purposes of the
Act and certified by its auditors.
The Act includes a definition of compensation in Section 2(b) as follows:
"Compensation" is defined as a total amount or value of all cash and non-cash salary, wages, payments,
allowances, bonuses, commissions and perquisites, other than a pension, pursuant to any arrangement,
including an employment contract, and includes, without restricting the generality of the foregoing,
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(v)
(vi)
(vii)
(viii)

all overtime payments, retirements or severance payments, lump-sum payments and vacation
payouts,
the value of loan or loan-interest obligations that have been extinguished and of imputedinterest benefits from loans,
long-term incentive plan earnings and payouts,
the value of the benefit derived from vehicles or allowances with respect to vehicles,
the value of the benefit derived from accommodation provided or any subsidy with respect to
the living accommodation,
payments made for exceptional benefits not provided to the majority of employees,
payments for memberships in recreational clubs or organization, and
the value of any other payment or benefit prescribed in the regulations.

Significant interpretations of the financial reporting provisions of the Act include:


(a) The reporting period is the fiscal year ended March 31.
(b) An employee is considered to be anyone to whom the University issues a T4 or a T4A
Compensation
Compensation is determined in accordance with Section 2(b) of the Act and is recognized on a cash basis
for only those employees, contractors and consultants with compensation in excess of $100,000.

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Statement of Compensation Required Pursuant To the Public Sector


Compensation Disclosure Act

ACADIADIVINITYCOLLEGE
YearendedMarch31,2015

KPMG LLP
Chartered Accountants
Suite 1500 Purdys Wharf Tower I
1959 Upper Water Street
Halifax NS B3J 3N2
Canada

Telephone (902) 492-6000


Telefax (902) 492-1307
www.kpmg.ca

INDEPENDENT AUDITORS REPORT


To the Board of Trustees of Acadia Divinity College
We have audited the accompanying Statement of Compensation Required Pursuant To the Public
Sector Compensation Disclosure Act for Acadia Divinity College for the year ended March 31,
2015, and notes, comprising a summary of significant accounting policies and other explanatory
information (together the statement). The statement has been prepared by management in
accordance with the financial reporting provisions in section 3 of the Public Sector Compensation
Disclosure Act dated December 10, 2010.
Managements Responsibility for the Statement
Management is responsible for the preparation of the statement in accordance with the financial
reporting provisions in section 3 of the Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Act dated December
10, 2010. This includes determining that the basis of accounting is an acceptable basis for the
preparation of the statement in the circumstances, and for such internal control as management
determines is necessary to enable the preparation of the statement that is free from material
misstatement, whether due to fraud or error.
Auditors Responsibility
Our responsibility is to express an opinion on this statement based on our audit. We conducted our
audit in accordance with Canadian generally accepted auditing standards. Those standards require
that we comply with ethical requirements and plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable
assurance about whether the statement is free from material misstatement.
An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and
disclosures in the statement. The procedures selected depend on our judgment, including the
assessment of the risks of material misstatement of the statement, whether due to fraud or error. In
making those risk assessments, we consider internal control relevant to the entitys preparation of
the statement in order to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not
for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the entitys internal control. An
audit also includes evaluating the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the
reasonableness of accounting estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall
presentation of the statement.
We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis
for our audit opinion.

KPMG LLP is a Canadian limited liability partnership and a member firm of the KPMG
network of independent member firms affiliated with KPMG International Cooperative
(KPMG International), a Swiss entity.
KPMG Canada provides services to KPMG LLP.

Opinion
In our opinion, the Statement of Compensation Required Pursuant To the Public Sector Compensation
Disclosure Act for Acadia Divinity College for the year ended March 31, 2015 is prepared, in all
material respects, in accordance with the financial reporting provisions in section 3 of the Public Sector
Compensation Disclosure Act dated December 10, 2010.
Basis of Accounting
Without modifying our opinion, we draw attention to the basis of reporting note to the statement, which
describes the basis of accounting. The statement is prepared to meet the requirement of the Public
Sector Compensation Disclosure Act dated December 10, 2010. As a result, the statement may not be
suitable for another purpose.

Chartered Accountants
June 26, 2015
Halifax, Canada

ACADIADIVINITYCOLLEGE
StatementofCompensationRequiredPursuantToThePublicSectorCompensation
DisclosureAct
YearEndedMarch31,2015
Section3ofthePublicSectorCompensationDisclosureActoftheProvinceofNovaScotiarequirespublicsectorbodies
topublicallydisclosetheamountofcompensationitpaysorprovides,directlyorindirectly,toanypersoninthefiscal
yeariftheamountofcompensationtothatpersonisonehundredthousanddollarsormoreincludingcompensation
paidto,orforthebenefitof,eachofitsboardmembers,officers,employees,contractorsandconsultants.
BoardMembers,OfficersandEmployees,ContractorsandConsultants
FortheyearendedMarch31,2015,thefollowingboardmembers,officersandemployeesreceivedcompensationof
$100,000ormore:
NotestotheStatementofCompensation

BoardMembers,Officers,Employees,ContractorsandConsultants
LastName,FirstName
CompensationPaid($)
Gardner,Harry
$122,104
Evans,Craig
$108,382
Brackney,Bill
$102,643

BasisofReporting
ThisstatementhasbeenpreparedbyAcadiaDivinityCollege,apublicsectorbody,requiredtoreportcompensation
informationpursuanttothePublicSectorCompensationDisclosureAct(theAct)oftheProvinceofNovaScotia.
ThemanagementofAcadiaDivinityCollegeisresponsibleforthepreparationofthisstatementinaccordancewiththe
Act.
Section4oftheActrequiresthattheinformationreportedinthisstatementbedisclosedinthebodyoftheaudited
financialstatementsoftheAcadiaDivinityCollegeorinastatementpreparedforthepurposesoftheActandcertifiedby
itsauditors.
Compensation
Section2(b)oftheActdefinescompensationasthetotalamountorvalueofallcashandnoncashsalary,wages,
payments,allowances,bonuses,commissionsandperquisites,otherthanapension,pursuanttoanyarrangement,
includinganemploymentcontract,andincludes,withoutrestrictingthegeneralityoftheforegoing,
(i)allovertimepayments,retirementorseverancepayments,lumpsumpaymentsandvacationpayouts,
(ii)thevalueofloanorloaninterestobligationsthathavebeenextinguishedandofimputedinterestbenefitsfrom
loans,
(iii)longtermincentiveplanearningsandpayouts,
(iv)thevalueofthebenefitderivedfromvehiclesorallowanceswithrespecttovehicles,
(v)thevalueofthebenefitderivedfromlivingaccommodationprovidedoranysubsidywithrespecttoliving
accommodation,
(vi)paymentsmadeforexceptionalbenefitsnotprovidedtothemajorityofemployees,
(vii)paymentsformembershipsinrecreationalclubsororganizations,and
(viii)thevalueofanyotherpaymentorbenefitprescribedintheregulations.

Statement of Compensation Required Pursuant To the Public Sector


Compensation Disclosure Act

ATLANTIC SCHOOL OF
THEOLOGY
Year ended March 31, 2015

KPMG LLP
Chartered Accountants
Suite 1500 Purdys Wharf Tower 1
1959 Upper Water Street
Halifax, NS B3J 3N2
Canada

Telephone (902) 492-6000


Fax
(902) 492-1307
Internet
www.kpmg.ca

INDEPENDENT AUDITORS REPORT


To the Board of Governors of the Atlantic School of Theology
We have audited the accompanying statement of compensation required pursuant to the Public
Sector Compensation Disclosure Act for the Atlantic School of Theology for the year ended March
31, 2015, and notes, comprising a summary of significant accounting policies and other explanatory
information (together the statement). The statement has been prepared by management in
accordance with the financial reporting provisions in section 3 of the Public Sector Compensation
Disclosure Act dated December 10, 2010.
Managements Responsibility for the Statement
Management is responsible for the preparation of the statement in accordance with the financial
reporting provisions in section 3 of the Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Act dated December
10, 2010; this includes determining that the basis of accounting is an acceptable basis for the
preparation of the statement in the circumstances, and for such internal control as management
determines is necessary to enable the preparation of the statement that is free from material
misstatement, whether due to fraud or error.
Auditors Responsibility
Our responsibility is to express an opinion on this statement based on our audit. We conducted our
audit in accordance with Canadian generally accepted auditing standards. Those standards require
that we comply with ethical requirements and plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable
assurance about whether the statement is free from material misstatement.
An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and
disclosures in the statement. The procedures selected depend on our judgment, including the
assessment of the risks of material misstatement of the statement, whether due to fraud or error. In
making those risk assessments, we consider internal control relevant to the entitys preparation of
the statement in order to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not
for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the entitys internal control. An
audit also includes evaluating the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the
reasonableness of accounting estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall
presentation of the statement.
We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis
for our audit opinion.
Opinion
In our opinion, the statement of compensation required pursuant to the Public Sector Compensation
Disclosure Act for the Atlantic School of Theology for the year ended March 31, 2015 is prepared,
in all material respects, in accordance with the financial reporting provisions in section 3 of the
Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Act dated December 10, 2010.

KPMGLLPisaCanadianlimitedliabilitypartnershipandamemberfirmoftheKPMG
networkofindependentmemberfirmsaffiliatedwithKPMGInternationalCooperative
(KPMGInternational),aSwissentity.
KPMGCanadaprovidesservicestoKPMGLLP.

Basis of Accounting
Without modifying our opinion, we draw attention to the Basis of Reporting note to the statement,
which describes the basis of accounting. The statement is prepared to meet the requirement of the
Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Act dated December 10, 2010. As a result, the statement
may not be suitable for another purpose.

Chartered Accountants
June 15, 2015
Halifax, Canada

ATLANTICSCHOOLOFTHEOLOGY
StatementofCompensationRequiredPursuantToThePublicSector
CompensationDisclosureAct
YearEndedMarch31,2015
Section3ofthePublicSectorCompensationDisclosureActoftheProvinceofNovaScotia,requirespublicsector
bodiestopublicallydisclosetheamountofcompensationitpaysorprovides,directlyorindirectly,toanypersonin
thefiscalyeariftheamountofcompensationtothatpersonisonehundredthousanddollarsormoreincluding
compensationpaidto,orforthebenefitof,eachofitsboardmembers,officers,employees,contractorsand
consultants.
BoardMembers,OfficersandEmployees,ContractorsandConsultants
FortheyearendedMarch31,2015,thefollowingboardmembers,officersandemployeesreceivedcompensation
of$100,000ormore:

BoardMembers,Officers,Employees,ContractorsandConsultants
LastName,FirstName
Beresford,Eric
Clarke,Jody
Slater,Susan

CompensationPaid($)
$107,375
$102,173
$101,943

NotestotheStatementofCompensation
BasisofReporting
ThisstatementhasbeenpreparedbytheAtlanticSchoolofTheology,apublicsectorbody,requiredtoreport
compensationinformationpursuanttothePublicSectorCompensationDisclosureAct(theAct)oftheProvince
ofNovaScotia.
ThemanagementofAtlanticSchoolofTheologyisresponsibleforthepreparationofthisstatementinaccordance
withtheAct.
Section4oftheActrequiresthattheinformationreportedinthisstatementbedisclosedinthebodyofthe
auditedfinancialstatementsoftheAtlanticSchoolofTheologyorinastatementpreparedforthepurposesofthe
Actandcertifiedbyitsauditors.
Compensation
Section2(b)oftheActdefinescompensationasthetotalamountorvalueofallcashandnoncashsalary,wages,
payments,allowances,bonuses,commissionsandperquisites,otherthanapension,pursuanttoanyarrangement,
includinganemploymentcontract,andincludes,withoutrestrictingthegeneralityoftheforegoing,
(i)allovertimepayments,retirementorseverancepayments,lumpsumpaymentsandvacationpayouts,
(ii)thevalueofloanorloaninterestobligationsthathavebeenextinguishedandofimputedinterestbenefits
fromloans,
(iii)longtermincentiveplanearningsandpayouts,
(iv)thevalueofthebenefitderivedfromvehiclesorallowanceswithrespecttovehicles,
(v)thevalueofthebenefitderivedfromlivingaccommodationprovidedoranysubsidywithrespecttoliving
accommodation,
(vi)paymentsmadeforexceptionalbenefitsnotprovidedtothemajorityofemployees,
(vii)paymentsformembershipsinrecreationalclubsororganizations,and
(viii)thevalueofanyotherpaymentorbenefitprescribedintheregulations.

Statement of Compensation Required Pursuant to the Public Sector


Compensation Disclosure Act

MOUNT SAINT VINCENT UNIVERSITY


Year ended March 31, 2015

KPMG LLP
Suite 1500 Purdys Wharf Tower I
1959 Upper Water Street
Halifax NS B3J 3N2
Canada

Telephone (902) 492-6000


Fax
(902)492-1307
Internet
www.kpmg.ca

INDEPENDENT AUDITORS REPORT


To the Board of Governors of Mount Saint Vincent University
We have audited the accompanying Statement of Compensation Required Pursuant to the Public
Sector Compensation Disclosure Act for Mount Saint Vincent University for the year ended March
31, 2015, and notes, comprising a summary of significant accounting policies and other
explanatory information (together the statement). The statement has been prepared by
management in accordance with the financial reporting provisions in section 3 of the Public
Sector Compensation Disclosure Act dated December 10, 2010.
Managements Responsibility for the Schedule
Management is responsible for the preparation of the statement in accordance with the financial
reporting provisions in section 3 of the Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Act dated
December 10, 2010. This includes determining that the basis of accounting is an acceptable
basis for the preparation of the statement in the circumstances, and for such internal control as
management determines is necessary to enable the preparation of the statement that is free from
material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error.
Auditors Responsibility
Our responsibility is to express an opinion on this statement based on our audit. We conducted
our audit in accordance with Canadian generally accepted auditing standards. Those standards
require that we comply with ethical requirements and plan and perform the audit to obtain
reasonable assurance about whether the statement is free from material misstatement.
An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and
disclosures in the statement. The procedures selected depend on our judgment, including the
assessment of the risks of material misstatement of the statement, whether due to fraud or error.
In making those risk assessments, we consider internal control relevant to the entitys preparation
of the statement in order to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances,
but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the entitys internal
control. An audit also includes evaluating the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the
reasonableness of accounting estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall
presentation of the statement.
We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a
basis for our audit opinion.

KPMG LLP is a Canadian limited liability partnership and a member firm of the KPMG network of independent
member firms affiliated with KPMG International Cooperative (KPMG International), a Swiss entity.
KPMG Canada provides services to KPMG LLP.

Opinion
In our opinion, the Statement of Compensation Required Pursuant to the Public Sector Compensation
Disclosure Act for Mount Saint Vincent University for the year ended March 31, 2015 is prepared, in
all material respects, in accordance with the financial reporting provisions in section 3 of the Public
Sector Compensation Disclosure Act dated December 10, 2010.
Basis of Accounting
Without modifying our opinion, we draw attention to the Basis of Reporting note to the statement,
which describes the basis of accounting. The statement is prepared to meet the requirements of the
Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Act dated December 10, 2010. As a result, the statement
may not be suitable for another purpose.

Chartered Accountants
June 12, 2015
Halifax, Canada

MOUNTSAINTVINCENTUNIVERSITY
StatementofCompensationRequiredPursuantToThePublicSectorCompensation
DisclosureAct
YearEndedMarch31,2015
Section3ofthePublicSectorCompensationDisclosureActoftheProvinceofNovaScotiarequirespublicsectorbodiesto
publicallydisclosetheamountofcompensationitpaysorprovides,directlyorindirectly,toanypersoninthefiscalyearif
theamountofcompensationtothatpersonisonehundredthousanddollarsormoreincludingcompensationpaidto,or
forthebenefitof,eachofitsboardmembers,officers,employees,contractorsandconsultants.
BoardMembers,OfficersandEmployees,ContractorsandConsultants
FortheyearendedMarch31,2015,thefollowingboardmembers,officersandemployeesreceivedcompensationof
$100,000ormore:

BoardMembers,Officers,Employees,ContractorsandConsultants
LastName,FirstName
Position
CompensationPaid($)
Lumpkin,Ramona
Administration
250,286
Jessop,Brian
Administration
183,413
Church,Elizabeth
Administration
181,004
Manning,Andrew
Faculty
177,087
Mombourquette,Peter
Faculty
158,909
Bowering,Elizabeth
Faculty
158,551
Furrow,David
Faculty
157,189
Young,Jeffrey
Faculty
155,701
Badali,Sal
Administration
150,631
Taylor,Brook
Administration
150,035
Cole,Ardra
Administration
150,035
Kienapple,Kim
Administration
149,305
Neilsen,Allan
Faculty
148,686
Norris,Deborah
Faculty
147,053
Hollett,Jeffrey
Administration
146,061
Blum,Ilya
Faculty
142,596
Keefe,Janice
Faculty
141,882
Li,Hui
Faculty
140,699
Metsala,Jamie
Faculty
140,246
Das,Mallika
Faculty
140,015
Gallant,C.Kelly
Administration
139,802
Warne,Randi
Faculty
139,376
Edmunds,Charles
Faculty
137,551
Davis,Anthony
Faculty
137,353
Berard,Robert
Faculty
135,806
Drain,Susan
Faculty
134,551
Seager,Suzanne
Faculty
134,551
Glanville,Theresa
Faculty
134,551
MacMillan,Michael
Faculty
134,551
Brown,Leslie
Faculty
134,551
Neilsen,Lorri
Faculty
134,551
Farmer,Robert
Faculty
134,136
Stienstra,Deborah
Faculty
133,000
Ralston,Meredith
Faculty
132,955

BoardMembers,Officers,Employees,ContractorsandConsultants
LastName,FirstName
Position
CompensationPaid($)
EskrittKeck,Michelle
Faculty
132,065
Okihiro,Norman
Faculty
130,119
Gonick,Marnina
Faculty
129,816
Shiner,Donald
Faculty
129,669
MacNeil,Bruce
Administration
129,010
Lordly,Daphne
Faculty
128,657
MacGillivary,Ann
Faculty
128,169
Delaney,Mary
Faculty
127,804
Davis,Sharon
Administration
127,745
Gaudet,Janice
Administration
126,998
Schellenberg,John
Faculty
126,723
Eygun,FrancoisXavier
Faculty
126,335
RehbergSedo,DeNel
Faculty
126,099
Varga,Donna
Faculty
126,010
French,Frederick
Faculty
125,919
Gouthro,Patricia
Faculty
125,676
Blotnicky,Karen
Faculty
124,399
Williams,Patricia
Faculty
123,492
Mann,Linda
Faculty
122,919
Ferns,Chris
Faculty
122,315
Plumb,Donovan
Faculty
121,603
Kenny,Robert
Faculty
120,246
StewartWalsh,Cheryl
Administration
120,211
Mills,Jean
Faculty
119,639
Kayhani,Nargess
Faculty
118,049
Parsons,Patricia
Faculty
117,928
Seguin,Daniel
Faculty
116,416
Smol,Anna
Faculty
116,413
French,Carmel
Faculty
116,169
Wang,Hong
Faculty
115,955
Tilley,Roderick
Faculty
114,669
Darvesh,Katherine
Faculty
114,503
Steele,Leighton
Faculty
113,919
Harrison,Tanja
Administration
113,779
McCalla,Arthur
Faculty
113,562
Perrott,Stephen
Faculty
113,017
Hicks,Elizabeth
Faculty
112,938
FindlayThompson,Sandra
Faculty
112,649
Wood,Michael
Faculty
111,669
Whalen,Michael
Faculty
111,669
MacRae,Hazel
Faculty
111,669
Boulet,Genevieve
Faculty
111,669
Morgenstern,John
Faculty
111,669
Sharpe,James
Faculty
111,669
Smyth,Karen
Administration
111,575
Chesworth,Nancy
Faculty
111,516
MacLeod,Jeffrey
Faculty
111,109
Xia,Aibing
Faculty
110,938

BoardMembers,Officers,Employees,ContractorsandConsultants
LastName,FirstName
Position
CompensationPaid($)
Benzaquen,Adriana
Faculty
110,191
Pottie,Ian
Faculty
109,376
Harkins,MaryJane
Faculty
109,079
Baskwill,Jane
Faculty
108,794
Watts,Margaret
Administration
108,745
Humble,Aine
Faculty
107,391
Macfarlane,Karen
Faculty
105,657
Mallette,Helen
Faculty
105,657
MacInnes,Brigitte
Administration
105,526
Sawler,James
Faculty
103,447
Thurlow,Amy
Faculty
103,374
Turner,Joan
Faculty
103,044
Green,Reina
Faculty
102,880
Lumsden,June
Administration
101,480
Forrest,Michelle
Faculty
101,038
FranzOdendaal,Tamara
Faculty
100,964
Kernaghan,Gavin
Faculty
100,079
Matta,Cherif
Faculty
100,079

NotestotheStatementofCompensation
BasisofReporting
ThisstatementhasbeenpreparedbyMountSaintVincentUniversity,apublicsectorbody,requiredtoreport
compensationinformationpursuanttothePublicSectorCompensationDisclosureAct(theAct)oftheProvinceofNova
Scotia.
ThemanagementofMountSaintVincentUniversityisresponsibleforthepreparationofthisstatementinaccordance
withtheAct.
Section4oftheActrequiresthattheinformationreportedinthisstatementbedisclosedinthebodyoftheaudited
financialstatementsofMountSaintVincentUniversityorinastatementpreparedforthepurposesoftheActand
certifiedbyitsauditors.
Compensation
Section2(b)oftheActdefinescompensationasthetotalamountorvalueofallcashandnoncashsalary,wages,
payments,allowances,bonuses,commissionsandperquisites,otherthanapension,pursuanttoanyarrangement,
includinganemploymentcontract,andincludes,withoutrestrictingthegeneralityoftheforegoing,
(i)allovertimepayments,retirementorseverancepayments,lumpsumpaymentsandvacationpayouts,
(ii)thevalueofloanorloaninterestobligationsthathavebeenextinguishedandofimputedinterestbenefitsfromloans,
(iii)longtermincentiveplanearningsandpayouts,
(iv)thevalueofthebenefitderivedfromvehiclesorallowanceswithrespecttovehicles,
(v)thevalueofthebenefitderivedfromlivingaccommodationprovidedoranysubsidywithrespecttoliving
accommodation,
(vi)paymentsmadeforexceptionalbenefitsnotprovidedtothemajorityofemployees,
(vii)paymentsformembershipsinrecreationalclubsororganizations,and
(viii)thevalueofanyotherpaymentorbenefitprescribedinthe regulations.

Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Report of

NSCAD UNIVERSITY
March 31, 2015

Deloitte LLP
Purdy's Wharf Tower II
1969 Upper Water Street
Suite 1500
Halifax NS B3J 3R7
Canada
Tel: 902-422-8541
Fax: 902-423-5820
www.deloitte.ca

INDEPENDENT AUDITORS REPORT


To the management of
NSCAD University
We have audited the accompanying Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Report of NSCAD
University for the year ended March 31, 2015 (the Schedule"). The Schedule has been prepared by
management based on the public sector compensation disclosure act bill no. 115.
Management's Responsibility for the Schedule
Management is responsible for the preparation of the Schedule in accordance with the public sector
compensation disclosure act bill no. 115, and for such internal control as management determines is
necessary to enable the preparation of the Schedule that is free from material misstatement, whether due
to fraud or error.
Auditor's Responsibility
Our responsibility is to express an opinion on the Schedule based on our audit. We conducted our audit in
accordance with Canadian generally accepted auditing standards. Those standards require that we comply
with ethical requirements and plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether
the Schedule is free from material misstatement.
An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and disclosures in
the Schedule. The procedures selected depend on the auditor's judgment, including the assessment of the
risks of material misstatement of the Schedule, whether due to fraud or error. In making those risk
assessments, the auditor considers internal control relevant to the entity's preparation of the Schedule in
order to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not for the purpose of
expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the entity's internal control. An audit also includes
evaluating the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the reasonableness of accounting estimates
made by management, as well as evaluating the overall presentation of the Schedule.
We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for
our audit opinion.

Opinion
In our opinion, the financial information in the Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Report of NSCAD
University for the year ended March 31, 2015, is prepared, in all material respects, in accordance with the
public sector compensation disclosure act bill no. 115.
Basis of Accounting
Without modifying our opinion, we draw attention to the basis of reporting note in the schedule, which
describes the basis of accounting. The schedule is prepared to meet the requirements of the Public Sector
Compensation Disclosure Act dated December 10, 2010. As a result, the schedule may not be suitable for
another purpose.

Chartered Accountants
Halifax, Nova Scotia
June 26, 2015

NSCAD University
Statement of Compensation Pursuant to the Public Sector Compensation
Disclosure Act
Year End March 31, 2015

Board Members, Officers and Employees, Contractors and Consultants


For the year ended March 31, 2015, the following board members, officers and employees received
compensation of $100,000 or more:
Last name

First name

Position

Alfoldy
Barber
Bean
Chung
Clark
Comiter
Dorsey
Funnell
Honeychurch
Howard
Ivey
Johnson-Legere
Leblanc
Livingston
Lounder
McKay
Meyer
Milton
Muller
Peacock
Ritchie
Smith
Son
Taylor-Gearing
Varga
Wark

Sandra
Bruce
Robert
May
David
Alvin
Frances
Suzanne
Kenn
David
Marlene
Sharon
Michael
Alex
Barbara
Marylin
Rudi
Jane
Robin
Jan
Pamela
David
Kye-Yeon
Dianne
Darrell
Jayne

Faculty
Faculty
Faculty
Faculty
Faculty
Faculty
Faculty
Faculty
Administration
Faculty
Faculty
Administration
Faculty
Faculty
Faculty
Faculty
Faculty
Faculty
Faculty
Faculty
Faculty
Faculty
Faculty
Administration
Faculty
Faculty

Amount
$
108,306
132,533
121,216
102,362
110,603
128,491
101,027
110,537
142,261
110,312
102,799
142,331
113,312
114,160
126,860
125,988
107,506
107,256
116,024
127,635
128,491
128,638
104,703
142,123
102,362
109,231

NSCAD University
Statement of Compensation Pursuant to the Public Sector Compensation
Disclosure Act
Year End March 31, 2015

1.

Basis of Reporting
This statement has been prepared by NSCAD University, a public sector body, required to report
compensation information pursuant to the Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Act (the Act)
of the Province of Nova Scotia.
The management of NSCAD University is responsible for the preparation of this statement in
accordance with the Act.
Section 4 of the Act requires that the information reported in this statement be disclosed in the
body of the audited financial statements of NSCAD University or in a statement prepared for the
purposes of the Act and certified by its auditors.

2.

Compensation
Section 2(b) defines compensation as the total amount or value of all cash and non-cash salary,
wages, payments, allowances, bonuses, commissions and perquisites, other than a pension,
pursuant to any arrangement, including an employment contract, and includes, without
restricting the generality of the foregoing,
(i) all overtime payments, retirement or severance payments, lump-sum payments and vacation
payouts;
(ii) the value of loan or loan-interest obligations that have been extinguished and of imputed
interest benefits from loans;
(iii) long-term incentive plan earnings and payouts;
(iv) the value of the benefit derived from vehicles or allowances with respect to vehicles;
(v) the value of the benefit derived from living accommodation provided or any subsidy with
respect to living accommodation;
(vi) payments made for exceptional benefits not provided to the majority of employees;
(vii) payments for memberships in recreational clubs or organizations, and;
(viii) the value of any other payment or benefit prescribed in the regulations.

Schedule of Employees with Compensation in excess of $100,000


Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Report

ST. FRANCIS XAVIER UNIVERSITY


March 31, 2015

Deloitte LLP
1969 Upper Water Street
Suite 1500
Purdy's Wharf Tower II
Halifax NS B3J 3R7
Canada

INDEPENDENT AUDITORS REPORT

Tel: 902-422-8541
Fax: 902-423-5820
www.deloitte.ca

To the management of St. Francis Xavier University


We have audited the accompanying Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Report of St. Francis Xavier
University for the year ended March 31, 2015 (the Schedule). The Schedule has been prepared by
management based on Section 3 of the Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Act, 2010.
Management's Responsibility for the Schedule
Management is responsible for the preparation of the Schedule in accordance with Section 3 of the Public
Sector Compensation Disclosure Act as disclosed in Note 1 to the Schedule, and for such internal
control as management determines is necessary to enable the preparation of the Schedule that is free
from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error.
Auditor's Responsibility
Our responsibility is to express an opinion on the Schedule based on our audit. We conducted our audit in
accordance with Canadian generally accepted auditing standards. Those standards require that we comply
with ethical requirements and plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether
the Schedule is free from material misstatement.
An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and disclosures in
the Schedule. The procedures selected depend on the auditor's judgment, including the assessment of the
risks of material misstatement of the Schedule, whether due to fraud or error. In making those risk
assessments, the auditor considers internal control relevant to the entity's preparation of the Schedule in
order to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not for the purpose of
expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the entity's internal control. An audit also includes
evaluating the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the reasonableness of accounting estimates
made by management, as well as evaluating the overall presentation of the Schedule.
We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for
our audit opinion.
Opinion
In our opinion, the financial information in the Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Report of St.
Francis Xavier University for the year ended March 31, 2015, is prepared, in all material respects, in
accordance with Section 3 of the Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Act.
Basis of Accounting
Without modifying our opinion, we draw attention to Note 1 to the schedule, which describes the basis of
accounting. The Schedule is prepared to meet the requirements of the Public Sector Compensation
Disclosure Act dated December 10, 2010. As a result, the Schedule may not be suitable for another
purpose.

Chartered Accountants
Halifax, Nova Scotia
June 25, 2015

ST. FRANCIS XAVIER UNIVERSITY


Table of Contents
March 31, 2015

Page

Schedule of Employees with Compensation in excess of $100,000


Note to the Schedule of Employees with Compensation in excess of $100,000

1-5
6

ST. FRANCIS XAVIER UNIVERSITY


Schedule of Employees with Compensation in excess of $100,000
As at March 31, 2015

Section 3 of the Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Act of the Province of Nova Scotia, requires
public sector bodies to publically disclose the amount of compensation it pays or provides, directly or
indirectly, to any person in the fiscal year if the amount of compensation to that person is one hundred
thousand dollars or more including compensation paid to, or for benefit of, each of its board members,
officers, employees, contractors, and consultants.
Board Members, Officers, and Employees, Contractors and Consultants
For the year ended March 31, 2015, the following board members, officers, and employees, contractors
and consultants received compensation of $100,000 or more:

Last

First

ADAMS
ALEX
ANDERSON
APALOO
AQUINO
ARPIN
BALDNER
BANTJES
BECKETT
BELL
BELTRAMI
BERNARD
BICKERTON
BIGELOW
BOUCHER
BOYLE
BREBNER
BROWN
BYRNE
CALLAGHAN
CAMERON
CAMERON
CAMPBELL
CARTER
CLANCY
CLEMENT
CORMACK
CORMIER

CARL
MARION
ALAN
JOSEPH
MANUEL
MAURICE
STEVE
RODERICK
ANDREW
KYLER
HUGO
IRENE
JAMES
ANN
JACQUES
TODD
KAREN
DOUGLAS
CHRISTOPHER
TARA
JAMES
SUSAN
RITA
GREGORY
PETER
CONNIE
PATRICIA
JAMES

2015 Fiscal Total


Compensation
$
103,172
117,584
136,197
116,719
141,167
130,167
147,503
130,167
126,462
114,220
130,167
137,731
146,963
150,163
121,480
128,437
100,384
102,630
111,579
175,563
120,781
128,570
108,935
117,584
144,663
146,317
119,179
133,595

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ST. FRANCIS XAVIER UNIVERSITY


Schedule of Employees with Compensation in excess of $100,000
As at March 31, 2015

CUNNINGHAM
DAVISON
DE'BELL
DEMONT
DIOCHON
DODARO
DOSSA
DUFF
EDWARDS
ENGLISH
FABIJANCIC
FAWCETT
FORAN
FORESTELL

GORDON
PHIL
KEITH
EDWIN
MONICA
SANTO
SHIRAZ
DIANE
JOHN
LEONA
URSULA
CLARE
ANDREW
NANCY

105,645
110,927
152,533
138,853
130,668
115,829
144,663
132,583
144,663
141,722
115,531
115,531
139,499
118,849

FRAZER
FULLER
GALLANT
GALLANT
GALWAY
GARBARY
GAVENTA
GILLIS
GRAHAM
GREGORY
GRENIER YVON
GROARKE
HALE
HANSEN-KETCHUM
HAUF
HENKE
HYNES
JAIN
JENSEN
KALMAN
KARUNAKARAN
KEARNS
KELLMAN
KENNEDY
KLAPSTEIN
KOCAY
KOCH

CHRISTOPHER
MARK
LEO
MARGARET
MOIRA
DAVID
JOHN
DORIS
LORI
SHARON
ALAN
LOUIS
ROBERT
PATTI
PETRA
PETER
TIMOTHY
ANUJ
ELSA
SAMUEL
VELAUTHAM
LAURA-LEE
LISA
ROBERT
DIETER
VICTOR
ERIKA

101,104
100,064
142,610
144,663
119,043
146,600
118,237
109,740
111,688
105,596
135,537
114,060
128,424
109,393
152,477
142,610
147,375
133,376
104,566
102,702
126,216
106,786
129,221
117,300
143,524
130,167
100,649

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ST. FRANCIS XAVIER UNIVERSITY


Schedule of Employees with Compensation in excess of $100,000
As at March 31, 2015

KOLEN
LALANDE
LANG
LANGILLE
LANGLEY
LEAIST
LEBLANC
LIN
LUKEMAN
LUNNEY-BORDEN
LYNES
MACAULAY
MACCAULL
MACDONALD
MACDONALD
MACDONALD
MACDONALD

ANGELA
GUY
TIMOTHY
EDWARD
WENDY
DEREK
REJEANNE
MAN
GREGORY
LISA
DAVID
KENNETH
WENDY
CATHY
JOSEPH
KENT
LEO

107,747
115,531
238,500
133,619
129,713
160,013
123,301
111,415
105,656
104,390
126,531
129,364
128,158
101,702
112,365
215,532
117,375

MACDOUGALL

DONNA

103,362

MACGREGOR
MACLAREN

HELEN
LESLIE

130,419
205,000

MACLEAN

KIM

116,649

MACLEAN

ELAINE

113,262

MACLEAN

BRIAN

102,062

MACLELLAN
MACPHERSON
MADDEN
MAHAFFEY
MARANGONI
MARQUIS
MARSHALL
MARZI
MATHIE
MCCORMICK
MCGIBBON
MCGILLIVRAY
MCINNIS
MCKENNA

LEON
LEO
ROBERT
THOMAS
GERRY
PAUL
WILLIAM
HOSEIN
ALISON
PETER
ELIZABETH
MARY
PETER
JOHN

MCMILLAN
MCPHERSON
MELCHIN
MEYER

LESLIE
CHARMAINE
MICHAEL
MATTHEW

136,326
113,827
142,610
140,797
159,287
128,973
144,663
117,217
110,837
119,808
117,584
157,153
113,716
115,315
106,541
110,225
146,305
123,497

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ST. FRANCIS XAVIER UNIVERSITY


Schedule of Employees with Compensation in excess of $100,000
As at March 31, 2015

MOYNAGH
MUKERJI
MURPHY
MURPHY
NEMESVARI
OGUEJIOFOR
ORLOVA
ORR
PALANISAMY
PHYNE
POOLE
QUINN
RASMUSSEN
RILEY
SCROSATI
SEMPLE
SMITH
SMITH
SMITH-PALMER
STAN
STANLEY-BLACKWELL
STEINITZ
SWEET
TAYLOR
TAYLOR
TKACZ
TOMPKINS
TYNAN

MAUREEN
BHASKER
BRENDAN
LYNNE
RICHARD
EMEKA
GALINA
JEFFREY
RAMARAJ
JOHN
PETER
WILLIE
ROY
SEAN
RICARDO
RHONDA
DOUGLAS
GENE
TRUIS
LAVINIA
LAURIE
MICHAEL
WILLIAM
BARRY
TARA
GREGOIRE
JOANNE
PAUL

VANBOMMEL
VANDENHOOGEN
VERBERG
VINCENT
WADSWORTH
WANG
WATT
WEAVER
WEAVING
WHITE
WHITTY-ROGERS
WILLIAMS
WILPUTTE

MARTIN
ROBERT
NORINE
SUSAN
LAURIE
PING
MARGO
ANGELA
CHARLENE
ROBERT
JOANNE
JAMES
EARLA

122,113
103,839
144,663
129,783
158,221
121,015
103,172
151,023
114,626
133,251
146,141
144,663
161,256
449,995
106,845
101,153
144,663
144,663
145,352
115,811
130,060
142,610
133,987
117,080
105,382
126,715
139,314
103,161
131,525
142,744
115,027
117,584
117,584
143,730
119,060
103,641
106,010
107,747
102,569
103,745
138,221

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ST. FRANCIS XAVIER UNIVERSITY


Schedule of Employees with Compensation in excess of $100,000
As at March 31, 2015

WRIGHT
YANG

EDWARD
LAURENCE

142,610
103,848

ZECKER

ROBERT

110,269

ZHOU

PING

111,374

Page 5 of 6

ST. FRANCIS XAVIER UNIVERSITY


Notes to the Schedule of Employees with Compensation in excess of
$100,000
As at March 31, 2015

1.

BASIS OF ACCOUNTING
The Schedule of Employees with Compensation in excess of $100,000 has been prepared in
accordance with the financial reporting provisions in Section 3 of the Public Sector Compensation
Disclosure Act, 2010 (the "Act"). The Act includes a definition of compensation in Section 2(b) as
follows:
"Compensation" is defined as a total amount or value of all cash and non-cash salary, wages,
payments, allowances, bonuses, commissions and perquisites, other than a pension, pursuant to any
arrangement, including an employment contract, and includes, without restricting the generality of
the foregoing,
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(v)
(vi)
(vii)
(viii)
(ix)

all overtime payments, retirements or severance payments, lump-sum payments and


vacation payouts,
the value of loan or loan-interest obligations that have been extinguished and of
imputed-interest benefits from loans,
long-term incentive plan earnings and payouts,
the value of the benefit derived from vehicles or allowances with respect to vehicles,
the value of the benefit derived from accommodation provided or any subsidy with
respect to the living accommodation,
payments made for exceptional benefits not provided to the majority of employees,
payments for memberships in recreational clubs or organization, and
the value of any other payment or benefit prescribed in the regulations.

Significant interpretations of the financial reporting provisions of the Act include:


(a)
(b)

The reporting period is the fiscal year ended March 31.


An employee is considered to be anyone to whom the Corporation issues a T4 or a T4A
and also includes contractors or consultants that are a sole proprietors or incorporated
individuals.

Compensation
Compensation is determined in accordance with Section 2(b) of the Act and is recognized on a
cash basis for only those employees, contractors and consultants with compensation in excess
of $100,000.

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Independent auditors report on


schedule of annual compensation
disclosure
To the Board of Governors of
Saint Marys University

Grant Thornton LLP


Suite 1100
2000 Barrington Street
Halifax, NS
B3J 3K1
T +1 902 421 1734
F +1 902 420 1068
www.GrantThornton.ca

We have audited Saint Marys Universitys (the University) Schedule of Nova Scotia Public Sector Annual
Compensation Disclosure, for the period of April 1, 2014, to March 31, 2015, and a summary of other
explanatory information (together, the Schedule). The Schedule has been prepared based on the financial
reporting provisions of the Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Act, 2010, C.43, S.1 (PSCD Act).
Managements responsibility for the schedule

Management is responsible for the preparation of the Schedule in accordance with the financial reporting
provisions in the PSCD Act, and for such internal control as management determines is necessary to enable
the preparation of the Schedule that is free from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error.
Auditors responsibility

Our responsibility is to express an opinion on the Schedule based on our audit. We conducted our audit in
accordance with Canadian generally accepted auditing standards. Those standards require that we comply with
ethical requirements and plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the
Schedule is free from material misstatement.
An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and disclosures in the
Schedule. The procedures selected depend on the auditor's judgment, including the assessment of the risks of
material misstatement of the schedule, whether due to fraud or error. In making those risk assessments, the
auditor considers internal control relevant to the entity's preparation of the Schedule in order to design audit
procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the
effectiveness of the entity's internal control. An audit also includes evaluating the appropriateness of
accounting policies used and the reasonableness of accounting estimates made by management, as well as
evaluating the overall presentation of the Schedule.
We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for our
audit opinion.
Opinion

In our opinion, the financial information presented in the Schedule of Nova Scotia Public Sector Annual
Compensation Disclosure for the University for the period of April 1, 2014, to March 31, 2015, is prepared,
in all material respects, in accordance with the PSCD Act.
Basis of accounting

Without modifying our opinion, we draw attention to Note 1 to the Schedule, which describes the basis of
accounting. The Schedule is prepared to assist the University to meet the requirements of the PSCD Act. As
a result, the Schedule may not be suitable for another purpose.

Halifax, Canada
June 24, 2015

Chartered Accountants

Saint Mary's University


Nova Scotia Public Sector Compensation Disclosure (PSCD) Act
Compensation for the Year Ending March 31, 2015
Last Name

First Name

Position Title (for position held as at March 31, 2015)

Abdul-Masih
Akbari
Amirkhalkhali
AmirKhalkhali
Anderson
Arya
Asp
Attig
Aydede
Barber
Barbosa Nunes
Barrett
Bartlett
Bateman
Beaupre
Bernard
Bjornson
Boabang
Bradshaw
Braswell
Broders
Byers
Cameron
Campbell-Thacker
Carroll
Catano
Cauville
Charles
Chen
Clarke
Clyburne
Cone
Conrad
Corrigan
Creelman
Crocker
Crooks
Crowell
Dai
Dalton
Dansereau
Dar
Dawson
Day
De Fuentes
DeYoung
Dixon
Dobrowolsky
Dodds
Dong
Doucet
Driscoll
Enns
Erickson
Fan
Farrell
Finbow
Fisher
Fitzgerald
Fitzpatrick

Marguerite
Ather
Samad
Saleh
Bruce
Pyare
Elissa
Najah
Hazim
Colleen
Rosana
Gene
Brian
David
Charles
Paul
Susan
Francis
Patricia
Marie
Hugh
Michele
James
Linda
Wendy
Victor
Joelle
Anthony
Liqiang
David
Jason
David
Catherine
Lawrence
Valerie
Diane
Shelagh
Eric
Jie
Anne Marie
Suzanne
Atul
Robert
Arla
Claudia
Marie
Paul
Alexandra
J. Colin
Zhongmin
Marc
Catherine
Esther
Paul
Hong
Ellen
Arthur
Maryanne
Patricia
Heather

Religious Studies Professor


Economics Professor
Finance, Information Systems and Management Science Professor
Economics Professor
Accounting Professor
Economics Professor
English Professor
Finance, Information Systems and Management Science Professor
Economics Professor
Biology Professor
History Professor
Sociology and Criminology Professor
English Professor
Accounting Professor
Director, Confucius Centre
Modern Languages and Classics Professor
Biology Professor
Finance, Information Systems, and Management Science Professor
Dean of Sobey School of Business
Associate Registrar, Admissions and Recruitment
Biology Professor
Sociology and Criminology Professor
Psychology Professor
Environmental Science Professor
Management Professor
Psychology Professor
Modern Languages and Classics Professor
Professor
Finance, Information Systems and Management Science Professor
Astronomy and Physics Professor
Environmental Science Professor
Biology Professor
Psychology Professor
Accounting
Marketing Professor
Sociology and Criminology Professor
Philosophy Professor
Director, Business Development Centre
Finance, Information Systems and Management Science Professor
Religious Studies Professor
International Development Studies Professor
Economics Professor
Math and Computing Science Professor
Psychology Professor
Management Professor
University Librarian
Associate VP Enrolment Management and Registrar
Political Science Professor
President
Biology Professor
Political Science Professor
Management Professor
Senior Policy Advisor, Teaching and Learning and Chair of Faculty of Education Executive
Anthropology Professor
Accounting Professor
Management Professor
Math and Computing Science Professor
Psychology Professor
Management Professor
Director of Development

Total
Compensation
108,128
158,590
119,672
137,404
131,191
143,647
117,405
198,957
120,450
116,161
108,092
137,389
133,174
158,140
102,784
113,466
117,753
225,620
229,356
110,710
110,219
107,483
112,907
122,078
133,845
128,442
133,174
173,841
120,146
128,309
134,247
137,291
118,797
119,633
102,522
122,212
112,772
117,562
148,383
122,845
114,641
173,548
126,458
140,950
115,464
139,503
180,707
122,338
326,384
123,268
103,974
131,764
351,915
147,731
114,937
153,741
129,151
104,404
136,415
108,424
Page 1 of 5

Saint Mary's University


Nova Scotia Public Sector Compensation Disclosure (PSCD) Act
Compensation for the Year Ending March 31, 2015
Last Name

First Name

Position Title (for position held as at March 31, 2015)

Fleming
Fowler
Fralich
Francis
Fridell
Fullerton
Gannett
Gaon
Gauthier
Giles
Guenther
Haiven
Haiven
Hanley
Hartnell
Heffernan
Helms Mills
Hotchkiss
Hulan
Irving
Johnson
Jutla
Jutras
Keeble
Kelloway
Kennedy
Kennedy
Khan
Khokhar
Kim
Kimery
Kochetova-Kozloski
Konopasky
Konstantinidis
Kozloski
Lamoureux
Landes
Lee
Lingras
Loughlin
Lundholm
MacDonald
MacDonald
MacKinnon
MacLeod
McCalla
McKee
McMullan
Merabet
Mercer
Michael
Millar
Mills
Millward
Mohd
Morales
Morrison
Muir
Murphy
Nahrebecky

Mark
Jonathan
Russell
Lori
Gavin
Gordon
Lisa
Stella
David
Philip
David
Judith
Larry
Jacob
Bert
Teresa
Jean
Keith
Renee
John
Val
Dawn
Pierre
Edna
E Kevin
Sean
Deborah
Bashir
Abdul-Rahman
Chankon
Kathryn
Natalia
Robert
Stavros
Thomas
Marc
Ronald
Eric
Pawan
Catherine
Jeremy
Margaret
Martha
John
Alexander
Robert
Margaret
John
Adel
Mark
Gordon
Harvey
Albert
Hugh
Mahmoud
Miguel
Gabrielle
Paul
Margaret
George

Psychology Professor
Anthropology Professor
Management Professor
Psychology Professor
International Development Studies Professor
Marketing Professor
Philosophy Professor
Political Science Professor
Vice President, Academic and Research
Geography Professor
Astronomy and Physics Professor
Management Professor
Program Coordinator, Cooperative Management Education Programs
Geology Professor
Math and Computing Science Professor
English Professor
Management Professor
Senior Director, Student Services
English Professor
Math and Computing Science Professor
Sociology and Criminology Professor
Finance, Information Systems and Management Science Professor
Geology Professor
Political Science Professor
Director, CN Centre
English Professor
English Professor
Math and Computing Science Professor
Finance, Information Systems and Management Science Professor
Marketing Professor
Finance, Information Systems and Management Science Professor
Accounting Professor
Psychology Professor
Math and Computing Science Professor
Associate Dean Sobey School of Business
Chemistry Professor
Political Science Professor
Finance, Information Systems and Management Science Professor
Math and Computing Science Professor
Management Professor
Biology Professor
Dean of Arts
Economics Professor
Philosophy Professor
English Professor
Geography Professor
Management Professor
Sociology and Criminology Professor
Engineering Professor
Philosophy Professor
Director, Continuing Education
Finance, Information Systems and Management Science Professor
Management Professor
Geography Professor
Finance, Information Systems and Management Science Professor
Marketing Professor
Vice President, Finance & Administration
Math and Computing Science Professor
Associate VP - External Affairs
Modern Languages and Classics Professor

Total
Compensation
118,920
100,795
113,303
115,565
109,381
147,633
109,098
102,920
230,493
120,285
143,647
113,039
147,305
100,580
137,983
113,181
143,043
136,079
120,486
102,313
103,336
171,763
107,810
127,309
192,787
103,627
108,651
105,556
131,157
150,592
149,591
140,318
129,028
130,999
143,023
120,656
144,063
148,543
157,574
172,730
106,096
112,980
143,647
116,334
108,990
152,129
141,593
164,767
123,559
106,820
111,488
177,201
162,646
133,112
137,792
113,048
206,740
144,063
125,353
120,693
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Saint Mary's University


Nova Scotia Public Sector Compensation Disclosure (PSCD) Act
Compensation for the Year Ending March 31, 2015
Last Name

First Name

Position Title (for position held as at March 31, 2015)

Naulls
Neatby
Novkovic
O'Brien
Ogden
O'Malley
Oore
Oore
O'Siadhail
Owen
Panasian
Pancer
Patry
Peckmann
Pe-Piper
Perkin
Piorko
Power
Pye
Rahaman
Raymond
Reid
Rixon
Rooney
Russell
Sanderson
Sarty
Sawicki
Schmeisser
Schneider
Schulte-Bockholt
Scobey
Secord
Sewell
Sharif
Short
Singer
Singfield
Sisk
Sivakumar
Smith
Song
Soucy
Squires
Stanivukovic
Stinson
Street
Stretton
Strongman
Summers
Sun
Suteanu
Swingler
Taheri
Tastsoglou
Thacker
Thomson
Touche Lightstone
Twohig
Van Proosdij

Don
Nicole
Sonja
James
Harold
Anthony
Debra
Sageev
Padraig
Victor
Christine
Ethan
Marc
Tanya
Georgia
Russell
Adam
Jeffrey
Cory
Mohammad
Mark
John
Daphne
Darrell
Ron
Michael
Adam
Marcin
Gary
Stephen
Alfried
Porter
Peter
William
Najma
C Ian
Robert
Kathy
Perry
Shyamala
Steven
Xiaofei
Alexander
Kim
Goran
Veronica
Philip
Tim
Douglas
Russel
Genlou
Cristian
David
Javid
Evangelia
Robert
Joyce
Karen
Peter
Danika

Political Science Professor


History Professor
Economics Professor
Management Professor
Marketing Professor
International Development Studies Professor
Psychology Professor
Math and Computing Science Professor
Irish Studies Professor
Geology Professor
Finance, Information Systems and Management Science Professor
Marketing Professor
Psychology Professor
Anthropology Professor
Geology Professor
English Professor
Chemistry Professor
Accounting Professor
Chemistry Professor
Finance, Information Systems and Management Science Professor
Economics Professor
History Professor
Accounting Professor
Senior Director, Financial Services
Biology Professor
Manager, Business Development Centre
Associate Dean of Science
Astronomy and Physics Professor
Senior Director, Facilities Management
Sociology and Criminology Professor
Sociology and Criminology Professor
Math and Computing Science Professor
Accounting Professor
History Professor
Economics Professor
Astronomy and Physics Professor
Chemistry Professor
Chemistry Professor
Senior Director, Information Technology Systems and Support
Finance, Information Systems and Management Science Professor
Dean of Science
Accounting Professor
Religious Studies Professor
Senior Director, Human Resources
English Professor
Psychology Professor
Psychology Professor
History Professor
Biology Professor
Management Professor
Biology Professor
Geography Professor
Engineering Professor
Economics Professor
Sociology and Criminology Professor
Astronomy and Physics Professor
Librarian
Accounting Professor
Atlantic Canadian Studies Professor
Geography Professor

Total
Compensation
138,920
111,659
141,664
126,811
142,639
127,806
100,189
118,774
115,792
147,769
133,980
104,938
104,389
103,095
145,560
143,647
116,585
113,668
111,659
139,070
135,350
133,521
130,565
132,743
100,958
101,337
150,977
115,425
136,376
125,235
101,697
118,234
130,718
106,358
110,760
103,056
141,027
106,740
136,079
131,679
177,023
168,060
105,641
136,079
111,156
139,888
117,067
117,956
144,259
136,314
110,934
109,416
143,647
108,356
130,547
115,151
108,079
116,692
137,415
111,102
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Saint Mary's University


Nova Scotia Public Sector Compensation Disclosure (PSCD) Act
Compensation for the Year Ending March 31, 2015
Last Name

First Name

Position Title (for position held as at March 31, 2015)

Vance
Vanderplaat
Veltmeyer
Venkat

Michael
Madine
Henry
Ramesh

Vessey
Wagar
Wan
Wang
Wang
Webster
Wei
Wein
Westhaver
Wicks
Wood
Ye
Zaman
Zhang

J. Kevin
Terry
Zeying
Muhong
Hai
Peter
Mei-Ling
Sheldon
Russell
David
Sally
George
Ashraf
Xiaoou

History Professor
Sociology and Criminology Professor
International Development Studies Professor
Marketing Professor
Associate VP, Research and Dean, Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research
Management Professor
Finance, Information Systems and Management Science Professor
Finance, Information Systems and Management Science Professor
Finance, Information Systems and Management Science Professor
Librarian
Marketing Professor
Philosophy Professor
Sociology and Criminology Professor
Management Professor
Librarian
Finance, Information Systems and Management Science Professor
Finance, Information Systems and Management Science Professor
Finance, Information Systems and Management Science Professor

Total
Compensation
123,967
123,034
140,588
144,627
180,994
186,797
107,106
123,792
125,811
113,079
117,147
143,647
106,553
142,967
108,079
154,469
131,208
125,207

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Saint Marys University


Disclosures Pursuant to
Nova Scotia Public Sector Employment Compensation Disclosure Act
For the Twelve Months Ended March 31, 2015

1. BASIS OF ACCOUNTING
The Statement of Compensation Required Pursuant to the Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Act has been
prepared in accordance with the financial reporting provisions in Section 3 of the Public Sector Compensation
Disclosure Act, 2010 (the "Act"). The management of Saint Marys University is responsible for the preparation of this
statement in accordance with the Act.
Section 4 of the Act requires that the information reported in this statement be disclosed in the body of the audited
financial statements of Saint Marys University or in a statement prepared for the purposes of the Act and certified by
its auditors.
The Act includes a definition of compensation in Section 2(b) as follows:
"Compensation" is defined as a total amount or value of all cash and non-cash salary, wages, payments, allowances,
bonuses, commissions and perquisites, other than a pension, pursuant to any arrangement, including an employment
contract, and includes, without restricting the generality of the foregoing,
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(v)
(vi)
(vii)
(viii)

all overtime payments, retirements or severance payments, lump-sum payments and vacation
payouts,
the value of loan or loan-interest obligations that have been extinguished and of imputed-interest
benefits from loans,
long-term incentive plan earnings and payouts,
the value of the benefit derived from vehicles or allowances with respect to vehicles,
the value of the benefit derived from accommodation provided or any subsidy with respect to the
living accommodation,
payments made for exceptional benefits not provided to the majority of employees,
payments for memberships in recreational clubs or organization, and
the value of any other payment or benefit prescribed in the regulations.

Significant interpretations of the financial reporting provisions of the Act include:


(a) The reporting period is the fiscal year ended March 31.
(b) An employee is considered to be anyone to whom the University issues a T4 or a T4A
Compensation
Compensation is determined in accordance with Section 2(b) of the Act and is recognized on a cash basis for only
those employees, contractors and consultants with compensation in excess of $100,000.

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la dclaration sur la rmunration annuelle
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Sur demande de lUniversit Sainte-Anne, nous avons effectu laudit de la dclaration sur la
rmunration annuelle ( ci-jointe ) de lUniversit Sainte-Anne (comme dcrit dans larticle 3 de la
loi PSCD ( la Loi )) pour lexercice financier finissant le 31 mars 2015. Cette dclaration a t
prpare par ladministration de lUniversit Sainte-Anne.
Responsabilit de la direction pour la dclaration

La direction est responsable de la prparation et de la prsentation fidle de la dclaration


conformment lacte, en ce qui comprend la dtermination que la base de la comptabilit est
acceptable pour la prparation de la dclaration dans les circonstances, ainsi que du contrle interne
qu'elle considre comme ncessaire pour permettre la prparation de cette dclaration exempte
danomalies significatives, que celles-ci rsultent de fraudes ou d'erreurs.
Responsabilit de lauditeur

Notre responsabilit consiste exprimer une opinion sur cette dclaration, sur la base de notre audit.
Nous avons effectu notre audit selon les normes canadiennes daudit. Ces normes requirent que
nous nous conformions aux rgles de dontologie et que nous planifiions et ralisions laudit de
faon obtenir l'assurance raisonnable que la dclaration ne comportent pas d'anomalies
significatives.
Un audit implique la mise en uvre de procdures en vue de recueillir des lments probants
concernant les montants et les informations fournis dans la dclaration. Le choix des procdures
relve du jugement de lauditeur, et notamment de son valuation des risques que la dclaration
comporte des anomalies significatives, que celles-ci rsultent de fraudes ou d'erreurs. Dans
l'valuation de ces risques, lauditeur prend en considration le contrle interne de l'entit portant sur
la prparation et la prsentation fidle de la dclaration afin de concevoir des procdures daudit
appropries aux circonstances, et non dans le but d'exprimer une opinion sur l'efficacit du contrle
interne de l'entit. Un audit comporte galement l'apprciation du caractre appropri des mthodes
comptables retenues et du caractre raisonnable des estimations comptables faites par la direction, de
mme que l'apprciation de la prsentation de la dclaration.
Nous estimons que les lments probants que nous avons obtenus sont suffisants et appropris pour
fonder notre opinion daudit.

Opinion

notre avis, lUniversit Sainte-Anne prsente fidlement, tous gards importants, la dclaration
sur la rmunration annuelle pour lexercice financier finissant le 31 mars 2015 selon les critres
tablis comme dcrit dans larticle 3 de la Loi.
Mthode de comptabilit et restriction sur lutilisation

La dclaration est prpare afin daider lUniversit Sainte-Anne rencontrer les exigences de larticle
3 de la Loi. En consquence, la dclaration pourrait ne pas convenir un autre usage. Notre rapport
est destin uniquement lusage de la direction de lUniversit Sainte-Anne et en relation avec les
exigences de la dclaration de la Loi sur la divulgation de la rmunration dans le secteur public de la
Nouvelle-cosse, et ne devrait pas tre utilis par des parties autre que la direction de lUniversit
Sainte-Anne et en relation avec les exigences de la dclaration de la Loi.

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Comptables agrs

Universit Sainte-Anne
Dclaration sur la rmunration exige par la loi sur la divulgation de la
rmunration dans le secteur public (loi PSCD Public Sector Compensation
Disclosure Act)
Exercice financier finissant le 31 mars 2015
L'article 3 de la loi PSCD exige des organismes du secteur public qu'ils publient le montant de la
rmunration verse ou remise, de faon directe ou indirecte, lors de l'exercice financier pour toute
personne pour qui cette rmunration s'lve 100 000 $ ou plus. Ceci comprend les rmunrations
qui ont pu tre verses ou dont ont pu bnficier les membres de son conseil d'administration, ses
dirigeants, ses employs, ses contractuels et ses consultants.
Membres du conseil d'administration, dirigeants, employs, contractuels et consultants
Pour l'exercice financier finissant le 31 mars 2015, les personnes suivantes ont reu une rmunration
s'levant 100 000 $ ou plus :

Membres du conseil dadministration, dirigeants,


employs, contractuels et consultants
NOM DE FAMILLE, prnom

Rmunration verse (en $)

ABBOUD, Nabil
BATHERSON, Hughie
CHABOT, Alain
CROMBIE, James
DEVEAU, Kenneth
FONTAINE, Louise
KHIARI, Kamel
LALIBERT, Micheline
ROBERGE, Andr
SANGAR, Yalla
SHEEHY, Dany
SURETTE, Allister
THRIAULT, Caroline
TUFTS, Eric
WILSON, Jean

111 334.42 $
110 266.01 $
117 186.22 $
106 180.39 $
130 865.56 $
100 185.82 $
112 462.77 $
100 268.67 $
121 478.59 $
106 109.80 $
107 946.05 $
177 128.23 $
105 148.34 $
122 633.04 $
108 907.91 $

Mthode de comptabilisation
Cette dclaration a t prpare par lUniversit Sainte-Anne, organisme du secteur public, dont la loi
PSCD oblige prsenter un rapport sur la rmunration.
Ce sont les gestionnaires de lUniversit Sainte-Anne qui sont responsables de la prparation de cette
dclaration, conformment la loi.
L'article 4 de la loi exige la divulgation des renseignements figurant dans cette dclaration dans le
cadre des tats financiers audits de lUniversit Sainte-Anne ou dans une dclaration prpare
conformment la loi et certifie par les auditeurs de l'organisme.

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Rmunration
L'alina 2(b) de la loi dfinit la rmunration comme tant le total du montant ou de la valeur du
salaire, de la paie, des paiements, des allocations, des primes, des commissions et des avantages
indirects, qu'ils soient pcuniaires ou non, l'exclusion des pensions, ayant t accords dans le cadre
d'un arrangement quelconque, notamment d'un contrat d'emploi. Ceci comprend, entre autres :
(i)

la rmunration des heures supplmentaires, les primes de dpart la retraite, les


indemnits de licenciement, les versements forfaitaires et les indemnits de
vacances;

(ii)

la valeur des engagements sous forme d'emprunts ou d'intrts sur des emprunts qui
ont t amortis et des avantages lis des intrts pargns dans le cadre
d'emprunts;

(iii)

les gains et ddommagements de systmes de primes de longue dure;

(iv)

la valeur des avantages tirs de vhicules ou d'allocations concernant des vhicules;

(v)

la valeur des avantages tirs de locaux d'habitation fournis ou de toute subvention se


rapportant des locaux d'habitation;

(vi)

les paiements verss pour des avantages exceptionnels qui ne sont pas offerts la
majorit des employs;

(vii)

les paiements pour des frais d'adhsion des clubs ou organismes de loisirs;

(viii)

la valeur de tout autre paiement ou avantage prvu dans les rglements.

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Statement of Compensation Required Pursuant To the Public Sector


Compensation Disclosure Act

University of Kings College


Year ended March 31, 2015


KPMG LLP
Chartered Accountants
Suite 1500 Purdys Wharf Tower I
1959 Upper Water Street
Halifax NS B3J 3N2
Canada

Telephone (902) 492-6000


Telefax (902) 492-1307
www.kpmg.ca

INDEPENDENT AUDITORS REPORT


To the Board of Governors of the University of Kings College
We have audited the accompanying Statement of Compensation Required Pursuant To the Public
Sector Compensation Disclosure Act for the University of Kings College for the year ended March,
31, 2015 and notes, comprising a summary of significant accounting policies and other explanatory
information (together the statement). The statement has been prepared by management in
accordance with the financial reporting provisions in section 3 of the Public Sector Compensation
Disclosure Act dated December 10, 2010.
Managements Responsibility for the Statement
Management is responsible for the preparation of the statement in accordance with the financial
reporting provisions in section 3 of the Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Act dated December
10, 2010. This includes determining that the basis of accounting is an acceptable basis for the
preparation of the statement in the circumstances, and for such internal control as management
determines is necessary to enable the preparation of the statement that is free from material
misstatement, whether due to fraud or error.
Auditors Responsibility
Our responsibility is to express an opinion on this statement based on our audit. We conducted our
audit in accordance with Canadian generally accepted auditing standards. Those standards require
that we comply with ethical requirements and plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable
assurance about whether the statement is free from material misstatement.
An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and disclosures
in the statement. The procedures selected depend on our judgment, including the assessment of the
risks of material misstatement of the statement, whether due to fraud or error. In making those risk
assessments, we consider internal control relevant to the entitys preparation of the statement in
order to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not for the purpose
of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the entitys internal control. An audit also includes
evaluating the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the reasonableness of accounting
estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall presentation of the statement.
We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis
for our audit opinion.

KPMGLLPisaCanadianlimitedliabilitypartnershipandamemberfirmoftheKPMG
networkofindependentmemberfirmsaffiliatedwithKPMGInternationalCooperative
(KPMGInternational),aSwissentity.
KPMGCanadaprovidesservicestoKPMGLLP.

Opinion
In our opinion, Statement of Compensation Required Pursuant To the Public Sector Compensation
Disclosure Act for the University of Kings College for the year ended March 31, 2015 is prepared, in
all material respects, in accordance with the financial reporting provisions in section 3 of the Public
Sector Compensation Disclosure Act dated December 10, 2010.
Basis of Accounting
Without modifying our opinion, we draw attention to the Basis of Reporting note to the statement,
which describes the basis of accounting. The statement is prepared to meet the requirement of the
Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Act dated December 10, 2010. As a result, the statement
may not be suitable for another purpose.

Chartered Accountants
June 17, 2015
Halifax, Canada

UNIVERSITYOFKINGSCOLLEGE
StatementofCompensationRequiredPursuantToThePublicSector
CompensationDisclosureAct
YearEndedMarch31,2015
Section3ofthePublicSectorCompensationDisclosureActoftheProvinceofNovaScotia,requirespublicsector
bodiestopublicallydisclosetheamountofcompensationitpaysorprovides,directlyorindirectly,toanypersonin
thefiscalyeariftheamountofcompensationtothatpersonisonehundredthousanddollarsormoreincluding
compensationpaidto,orforthebenefitof,eachofitsboardmembers,officers,employees,contractorsand
consultants.
BoardMembers,OfficersandEmployees,ContractorsandConsultants
FortheyearendedMarch31,2015,thefollowingboardmembers,officersandemployeesreceivedcompensation
of$100,000ormore:

BoardMembers,Officers,Employees,ContractorsandConsultants
LastName,FirstName

Abbott,Adriane
Barker,Roberta
Barker,William
Boos,Stephen
Brandes,Daniel
Cooper,George
Curran,Thomas
Dodd,Susan
Doyle,Alexander
Edwards,Elizabeth
Elson,Christopher
Fitzpatrick,Jim
Fraser,Kyle
Glowacka,Dorota
Hankey,Wayne
Huebert,Ronald
Jobb,Dean
Kierans,Kenneth
Kierans,Kim
Kimber,Stephen
Maitzen,Rohan
McOuat,Gordon
Morris,Kathryn
Murphy,Christopher
Newhook,Susan

CompensationPaid($)

107,845
107,658
193,570
132,170
100,871
180,250
135,231
136,934
102,850
126,751
125,908
130,999
107,845
130,583
162,232
158,713
119,415
114,704
141,587
153,028
112,716
135,224
102,334
152,794
104,900

BoardMembers,Officers,Employees,ContractorsandConsultants
LastName,FirstName

O'Brien,Peter
Robertson,Neil
Sands,Bonnie
Snobelen,Stephen
Stewart,Ian
Swick,David
Thompson,Judith
Tillotson,Shirley
Toughill,Kelly
VallanceJones,Fred
Yeo,Elizabeth

CompensationPaid($)

106,187
136,466
104,098
151,303
104,414
104,853
132,984
125,852
120,342
120,373
128,735

NotestotheStatementofCompensation
BasisofReporting

ThisstatementhasbeenpreparedbytheUniversityofKingsCollege,apublicsectorbody,requiredtoreport
compensationinformationpursuanttothePublicSectorCompensationDisclosureAct(theAct)oftheProvince
ofNovaScotia.
ThemanagementoftheUniversityofKingsCollegeisresponsibleforthepreparationofthisstatementin
accordancewiththeAct.
Section4oftheActrequiresthattheinformationreportedinthisstatementbedisclosedinthebodyofthe
auditedfinancialstatementsoftheUniversityofKingsCollegeorinastatementpreparedforthepurposesofthe
Actandcertifiedbyitsauditors.
Compensation
Section2(b)oftheActdefinescompensationasthetotalamountorvalueofallcashandnoncashsalary,wages,
payments,allowances,bonuses,commissionsandperquisites,otherthanapension,pursuanttoanyarrangement,
includinganemploymentcontract,andincludes,withoutrestrictingthegeneralityoftheforegoing,
(i)allovertimepayments,retirementorseverancepayments,lumpsumpaymentsandvacationpayouts,
(ii)thevalueofloanorloaninterestobligationsthathavebeenextinguishedandofimputedinterestbenefits
fromloans,
(iii)longtermincentiveplanearningsandpayouts,
(iv)thevalueofthebenefitderivedfromvehiclesorallowanceswithrespecttovehicles,
(v)thevalueofthebenefitderivedfromlivingaccommodationprovidedoranysubsidywithrespecttoliving
accommodation,
(vi)paymentsmadeforexceptionalbenefitsnotprovidedtothemajorityofemployees,
(vii)paymentsformembershipsinrecreationalclubsororganizations,and
(viii)thevalueofanyotherpaymentorbenefitprescribedintheregulations.