Welcome to the Executive Compensation Framework page.
On September 6, 2016, the government filed Regulation 304/16 (Executive Compensation Framework) (“Regulation”) under the Broader Public Sector Executive Compensation Act, 2014. This Regulation sets out the process for determining the maximum amount of salary and performance pay that will be available for designated executives of designated employers, including public hospitals, as well as other parameters regarding other elements of the executives’ compensation. The Regulation also sets out requirements for written executive compensation programs to be developed by each employer. Click here to view Regulation 304/16.
CMH's executive compensation framework
CMH has complied with this regulation and it submitted a framework to government for review. Click to review Cambridge Memorial Hospital's (CMH) executive compensation framework: cmh-executive-compensation-program-feb-2018-final-board-approved-46312.pdf (please open in Internet Explorer or click to request a copy of the framework by email)
Public consultation: Have your say
CMH is seeking your input by conducting a 30-day public consultation process. Click here to provide feedback about CMH's executive compensation framework. This process will end on March 25 at 1200h.
After the public consultation phase, feedback will be collated, themed and sent to the Government for review.