APL Reports

Annual Report

In 2021-2022, Alberta Precision Laboratories (APL) continued to evolve as an integrated province-wide public laboratory system, and the achievements of our medical laboratory professionals throughout the year were remarkable. Ongoing challenges related to the COVID-19 response, significant staffing shortages across the lab system, and preparations for the transition of community lab services provided unique challenges, but also opportunity to build APL’s brand and organizational culture and highlight the critically important role lab services play across the healthcare spectrum. It is inspiring to see how our staff have risen to meet these challenges through living our values of Kindness, Inclusion, Innovation, Agility and Accuracy. Read more about the achievements of APL’s staff in our 2021-22 annual report.

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Compensation Disclosure

Alberta Precision Laboratories is committed to transparency and has complied with legislation to disclose compensation for employees receiving over the 2023 threshold amount of $150,219 in compensation as outlined in the Public Sector Compensation Transparency Act.

For 2023, the threshold amount set by the Alberta Government will affect employees earning more than $150,219. APL is required by legislation to disclose compensation information for the 2023 calendar year by June 30, 2024.

The compensation information released is total annual compensation, which includes base salary, overtime, shift premiums, weekend premiums, on-call pay, sick pay, vacation pay, benefits and relevant severance. In some cases, the amount of compensation disclosed reflects the significant amount of additional hours and overtime that many health care workers have worked responding to demands on the health system. This disclosure also includes APL board members, regardless of the amount of compensation, severance or benefits they have received in the past year.

The PSCTA has updated their exemption request policy and advised employers to withhold information for six months from the date of the decision. This is to allow time for the applicant to apply to the court for a judicial review of the decision. An individual is entitled to re-apply for an exemption in subsequent years if the individual's facts or circumstances have changed and they have not already been disclosed. Please visit the Government Alberta compensation disclosure site for more information regarding exemption requests.


Income plus taxable benefits paid to a member or employee. Excludes severance.

Other (non-monetary benefits)
If total compensation exceeds the 2023 threshold of $150,219, non-taxable benefits, including the public sector body’s share of pension, dental and health spending accounts and other benefits must also be disclosed.

Includes payments when employment or member’s appointment ends or retiring allowance.

Attachments (when required)
An employment contract or severance agreement for employees who receive over the 2023 threshold of $150,219 annually in compensation and/or severance. Links open as PDF files.

Statement of Remuneration


These data are licensed under the Open Data License – Alberta


For inquires related to this disclosure, including information about the exemption process, please contact APL Human Resources.