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Attend the Public Sector Accounting Discussion Group meeting in-person or virtually via livestream. Virtual observers will be able to see and hear the discussion in real time along with those attending in person.
The Public Sector Accounting Board (PSAB) believes in inclusivity and is committed to the ongoing enhancement of its communications with stakeholders. As a result, we are livestreaming our Public Sector Accounting Discussion Group meetings. The next meeting is June 4, 2018.
We want to ensure that public sector stakeholders across Canada can attend, regardless of their availability and budgets.
PSAB was created to serve the public interest by establishing high-quality accounting standards for the public sector. It also provides guidance for financial and other performance information reported by the public sector.
PSAB established the PSA Discussion Group, which acts as a regular public forum where issues relating to public sector financial reporting can be discussed.
Visit the Upcoming PSA Discussion Group Meeting webpage for more information and to register. Space is limited.
This meeting may be eligible for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours. We encourage you to connect with your CPA provincial body regarding potential CPD hours.
CPA Canada Offices
277 Wellington Street West, 2nd Floor, Toronto, Ontario M5V 3H2
Martha Jones Denning, CPA, CA, principal, Public Sector Accounting Board
Tel: (416) 204-3288
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Stay up to date on critical indirect tax issues and network with other indirect tax professionals at Canada’s largest and longest-running indirect tax event.
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If you’re a senior financial professional in the public sector or work for a not-for-profit that follows PSAB standards, this annual event in the nation’s capital is the place to be.
November 7, 2019
Join CPA Canada’s Financial Literacy Program in Ottawa, our nation’s capital, as we look at the trends changing the economic landscape and how they will affect how Canadians manage their money.