Okey Chigbo, Editor-in-chief of CPA Magazine, introduces the features in the April 2017 issue.

There is a game-changing solution to the lost time, weakened productivity and heightened CO2 emissions linked with traffic jams: the financial incentive better known as tolls.

The IAASB is revising standards on auditing accounting estimates, while the PSAB has just issued an exposure draft on asset retirement obligations.

This year marks Canada’s 150th anniversary. Why not celebrate by meeting your colleagues at events in different provinces?

The state of New York is suing its largest residential Internet provider for fraud, while a Toronto man is awaiting sentencing for falsely claiming nearly $400,000 in government benefits on behalf of his “disabled” daughter.

Office prairie dogs don’t care whether you're on the phone or focusing on a complex report – you’re guaranteed to see their heads poking above your pod.

Joy Thomas looks at what’s ahead as she wraps up her first year as president and CEO of CPA Canada.

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