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CPA Canada and the CRA are co-hosting this free, one-hour webinar to ensure continuous improvements to the design and delivery of services that: enhance the taxpayer and tax preparer experience, minimize the administrative burden, and facilitate the migration to electronic services.

Canada’s audit profession continues to transform in response to market changes, and, in so doing, sends a clear signal of its commitment to enhancing quality in the public interest.

Unlike many other entities, Canadian public sector entities recognize actuarial gains and losses arising from defined benefit pensions over time. The Public Sector Accounting Board (PSAB) is evaluating this practice and wants your input.

Accounting for amalgamations under Accounting Standards for Private Enterprises (ASPE) can be complex and requires the use of professional judgment. Review this briefing for help in the analysis and application of relevant ASPE requirements.

Receive a high-level comparison of Accounting Standards for Private Enterprises (ASPE) and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), covering significant recognition and measurement differences only.

As a CPA, you have many ethical responsibilities and challenges to navigate in your day-to-day business activities. Enhance your knowledge with an online course that explores the complexities of twenty-first century corporate ethics.

Strengthen your knowledge of international tax concepts with our comprehensive in-residence course on Canada’s foreign affiliate rules.

CPA Canada's women's leadership initiatives provide resources and education to further the advancement of women in the profession and provides support through a variety of vehicles such as webinars, profiles, conferences and resources.

Download our handy guide, which aims to help practitioners in conducting review engagements in compliance with Canadian Standard on Review Engagements (CSRE) 2400, Engagements to Review Historical Financial Statements.

Are you a Canadian entity, an advisor to one, or a user of their financial statements? Then you need to be up-to-date with the developments in financial reporting standards that can mean changes to financial statements.

The best of both worlds come together at this conference where experts in forensic accounting and business valuation discuss the latest big picture issues and share real insights and the latest techniques

The AcSB needs you! Be part of this independent body that serves the public interest by establishing standards for financial reporting by all Canadian private sector entities and by contributing to the development of IFRS.

Discover the importance of information systems (IS) auditing and learn how to optimize your organization’s processes and technology control infrastructure.

As the corporate reporting landscape continues to evolve, CPA Canada brings the business community together to learn about innovative reporting methodologies that seek to address the changing needs of stakeholders.

Better understand the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) requirements and options relating to segmented financial reporting for a mining entity.

Stay up-to-date on critical commodity tax issues and network with peers from government, industry and practice at Canada’s largest and longest-running indirect tax event.

Are you current on the key developments that affect your practice?

Jointly presented by CPA Canada and CPA BC, The ONE is the must-attend, multi-track event of the year. ONE powerful network. ONE unparalleled learning experience. ONE exceptional opportunity.

Performance management is an important growth area for CPAs. Get the business tools you need to fine-tune competitive advantage for your clients or organization with our new certificate program that begins in January 2017.

Gain insights from 20 years of academic research on non-GAAP measures. Leverage this research from academics around the world to better understand some of the reporting, governance, regulatory, and educational aspects relating to non-GAAP measures.

Beginning with this issue, Member News is offering readers an additional topic — sustainability. Although sustainability is not new territory for the profession, we’re giving it greater prominence.

The IAASB is looking to make changes to ISA 315, but what will this mean for the current audit risk model? Most importantly, will it be scalable to the smaller and medium-sized entities?

Comment on the Public Sector Accounting Board (PSAB)’s draft of its next strategic plan, which outlines the vision, mission, strategic objectives and actions that will guide its standard-setting activities for the next three years.

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