This year, Canada will throw open its doors to more immigrants than ever. 305,000 new Canadians will make a fresh start, enter the workforce and play a significant role in shaping this country’s future. \n\nCPAs can help immigrants adapt and CPA Magazine explores their story in a special Immigration Issue [PDF]. Many professional accountants have gone through reaccreditation, and many more will do so as Canada attempts to bridge the demographic gap caused by an aging population. \nThe big leap \nThe quest for a better life in a new country rarely comes without a few hitches and hurdles. Four CPAs tell their humbling stories of starting over in a new country. \nImmigration consulting, the CPA way \nCPAs can help newcomers — and even more established immigrants — answer the many financial questions that arise when people come to this country.\nCulture code \nThere’s a secret language spoken inside every Canadian business. For internationally trained accountants, this language can be a barrier to getting into and advancing in a job. CPA Canada's new guide addresses the issue.\nBoon or bust? \nImmigrants who work and pay taxes might fix our budget woes and mitigate the effects\nof an aging population. But what are the costs of doing so?\nGetting in from outside \nThe transition into Canadian accounting varies for immigrant accountants, depending on their credentials and designations. CPA Canada has programs and agreements to assist their transition.\n\n\nEditor’s note\nThe next issue of Member News will land in your inbox on July 11, 2016. \n\nEnjoy the issue and, as always, let us know what you think!