Minister of Fisheries and Oceans Andrew Smith wins big along with Health Canada and the Treasury Board Secretariat at CPA Canada’s annual Public Sector Financial Management awards ceremony. Plus, three provinces move closer to unification, while recent surveys indicate that senior CPAs are optimistic about the country’s economy.

Eight years after the Accounting Standards Board decided to adopt international reporting standards in Canada, Canada has become a significant influencer for standard-setting on a global scale.

News on the scammers who didn’t get away with it, including repeat convict-turned-pastor Barry Minkow, a BC accountant who defrauded Simon Fraser University and a Pennsylvania woman who has been accepting social security benefits paid to her dead mother for more than thirty years.

Italy’s capital is not only full of cultural relics such as the Colosseum and Pantheon, it’s also the country’s centre for major corporate head offices.

Some do’s and don’ts of taking clients out for meals on the company. Plus, a recent survey shows that nearly half of Canadians would consider moving out of province for a job, while another indicates that Edmonton is the least female-friendly city in the country.

Calgary accountant Lisa Costello has proven her flair for business, by bringing the first Canadian location of UK-based natural health and beauty retailer Neal’s Yard Remedies to Canada.

Successful sports coaches manage a variety of egos and personalities. Workplace managers can take a page from their playbooks to create winning business teams.

Allow CPA Magazine to introduce you to a few of the profession’s fast-rising stars. They come from across the country and across sectors and they are outperforming in business, finance and professional expertise. From setting strategy to setting standards, their achievements are all the more impressive when you consider they are aged just 40 and under.

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