International financial reporting standards (IFRS) guidance resources: Webinars

Our webinars provide you with non-authoritative guidance to better understand and implement key changes to IFRS, industry specific information, emerging areas and issues to consider when preparing financial statements.

Technology, investors, and the evolving financial information landscape
Learn about global digital reporting developments and how investors, lenders, and regulators are leveraging technology and interactive data to access and analyze financial information.

Key business and reporting opportunities and challenges in the cannabis sector
Attend our webinar to learn about the current state of the industry and some of the related accounting implications.

Financial reporting by First Nations 2019
Learn about key financial reporting issues faced by First Nations and the evolution of public sector accounting standards to address the unique needs of First Nations.

Canadian public company financial reporting update: Q3 2019
This webinar, part of CPA Canada's public company financial reporting webinar series, provides you with the current updates on matters of relevance to publicly listed companies, including key changes to IFRS and Canadian securities legislation.

Canadian public company financial reporting update: Q4 2019
This webinar, part of CPA Canada's public company financial reporting webinar series, provides you with updates on matters of importance to Canadian publicly listed companies, including key changes to Canadian securities legislation and IFRS standards.

Canadian public company financial reporting update: Q2 2019
This webinar, part of CPA Canada's IFRS webinar series, provides you with the most recent updates on matters of interest to Canadian public companies, including key changes to Canadian securities legislation and IFRS standards.

Canadian public company financial reporting update: Q1 2019
This webinar, part of CPA Canada's IFRS webinar series, provides you with the latest updates on issues of relevance to Canadian public companies, including key changes to IFRS and Canadian securities legislation.