Salary disclosure

Since 1996, all of Ontario’s hospitals have been subject to the Public Sector Salary Disclosure Act. Every year, they are required to disclose the names, positions, salaries and total taxable benefits of employees earning over $100,000 per annum.

The salaries of public and broader public sector employees is published on the Web site of the Ontario Ministry of Finance.

Here is the Montfort’s Executive Compensation Program, in effect April 27, 2018. (NOTE: PDF documents are available in a different format upon request at

Here are the components of Hôpital Montfort executives remuneration.

Base compensation plus variable compensation


Remuneration and explanations CEO Vice-Presidents

Base and variable compensation for 2018 

The compensation of the executives is based on a comparative analysis of salaries paid in Ontario hospitals similar in size and mandate. 

Dr. Bernard Leduc:
$422 664,81

Philippe Marleau: 
$200 048,35

Suzanne Robichaud: 
$198 457,99

Caroline Roy-Egner:
$173 849.82

Danny Purcell:
$159 862.20

Mélanie Dubé:
$139 830.89

Variable compensation (5 to 7.5%) 

According to the Quality Improvement Plan (QIP), the compensation of each executive is associated with the achievement of targets set out in the 2017-18 QIP (payable within the framework permitted by Bill 55).

7,5% 5% 


Each executive is entitled to a benefits package, which includes a short and long-term disability insurance, a group life insurance, dental insurance and a supplementary health insurance.

Same for all senior executives Same for all senior executives

Allowance for the use of a personal vehicle

Executives do not receive an annual allowance for the use of a personal vehicle. Kilometre charges are reimbursed according to hospital policy. 

Same for all senior executives Same for all senior executives