When you update your preferences on the CPA Canada website, all your communications, including Member News, will be personalized just for you. You’ll also be able to select the communications you want to receive.\nNeed proof? Have a look at these two versions of the September Member News enewsletter [PDF].\n\n\n\n Topics selected for version 1 include Management Accounting and Strategy & Governance. \n Topics selected for version 2 include Tax and CPA Profession News. \n\nAs you can see, the two versions are very different and correspond to selected topics. In fact, each recipient’s version of Member News is unique. The same applies to the just-launched, dynamically driven enewsletter PD Events and Guide.\nGET ONLY THE CONTENT YOU WANT CONTEST\nTo enter the contest, update your CPA Canada preferences by Nov. 30. You could win a Lenovo tablet. \n\nBy updating your interests and subscriptions in the CPA Canada Preference Centre, you will: \n\n Improve communications from CPA Canada: Everything you receive in your inbox will be based on the topics and interests you select.\n Reduce email: The subscriptions section of the Preference Centre allows you to select the communications you’d like to receive.\n\nHOW TO UPDATE YOUR PREFERENCES\n\n Visit My Account and register or login.\n Personalize the preferences assigned to your profile. The topics and professional development opportunities that interest you will be used to customize Member News and CPA Canada’s new PD Events and Guide.\n\nNeed more help?\nThis two-and-a-half-minute video will walk you through the updating process. \nTELL US WHAT YOU THINK!\nUpdating your preferences is one thing, but we’d also like to hear directly from you. Does the information we’re providing in Member News meet your expectations? Are there other topics we should explore? \n\nPlease send us a message and we’ll table it at our next editorial team meeting. \n\nEnjoy the issue!\nMara Gulens \nEditor\n\nPlease send us your comments and feedback!\nThe next issue of Member News will be published on Nov. 9.