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Skills development and a digital-first mindset are key components of meaningful change in today’s world. Find out why and explore the latest opportunities for CPAs in the public sector who are ready to embrace innovation.

Canada needs an agile energy sector – one that can keep pace with the evolving business and socioeconomic landscapes. But can CPAs impact the big picture? A 2019 Oil and Gas Conference keynote speaker weighs in.

CPD is important for any business leader – but when it comes to Chartered Professional Accountants (CPAs), the value of learning goes beyond that. It’s the best way to build new skills and future-proof your career.

Innovation and transformation expert, Max Valiquette, sat down with CPA Canada to talk about the next generation of civil servants and the value of change for Canada’s public sector.

Bitcoin isn’t just for fintech savants anymore. It’s also the new go-to resource of digital fraudsters. Find out how cryptocrime is transforming the profession – and what you can do to help protect your clients.

Interested in teaching tax for CPA Canada? Or dedicating time on a tax committee? We asked winners at the recent Tax Faculty and Volunteer Appreciation event why it pays to get involved in tax.

Innovation is a key part of enhancing Canada’s future as a land of opportunity and financial sustainability. Can new incentives help kickstart the economy?

In many ways, the answer depends on what path we choose. Learn about what’s at stake and how you can make a difference in this Q&A with well-known futurist, tech critic and entrepreneur, Andrew Keen.

Innovation doesn’t just happen – leaders must encourage it by empowering their teams with the right skills, tools and support. Could reimagining organizational culture through the lens of intrapreneurship be the key to success?

Canada's CFO of the Year Award is given annually to an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to business in Canada through vision and leadership, corporate reporting and performance, social responsibility, innovation, and business complexity.

Make the most of your training in 2019. In addition to courses and certificate programs, we also offer several noteworthy conferences that bring together CPAs in every sector, at any career stage.

Maintaining integrity and professionalism in a time of rapid change is an important conversation for CPAs. This video series features thoughts from leading academics and professionals recorded at a CPA Canada/University of Toronto symposium.

CPA Canada is dedicated to continual improvement and building a high-performing, innovative organization that creates value for members and other stakeholders. The strength of our commitment was confirmed by Excellence Canada’s certification assessment.

Every company needs a solid plan to tackle digital threats. Are you ready? Get to know the latest in cybersecurity from a CPA perspective, including how to best protect your company’s assets, reputation and customers.

AI is opening new doors for CPAs in every sector. Why not make the most of it and learn how to use new technologies to your advantage?

A specialty certificate can help you advance your career in high demand areas of the profession, from data management to public sector finance. Are you ready to take the next step?

You’re always on the go. Your CPD should be, too. Find flexible online learning options that fit the bill.

Canada’s senior business leaders are not as optimistic as they were a year ago, according to a new survey conducted for Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada).

What’s smart in the not-for-profit world can also be what’s good: tying mission and mandate to financially sustainable growth.

What will become of the accounting profession? The profession is going through unprecedented change and you can help shape its future by joining CPA Canada’s online conversation to share your views on a reimagined future of the profession.

North America’s changeable political climate could have ramifications for the economy and our financial system. In this Q&A, Conference for Audit Committees keynote speaker Laura Dawson shares insights on Canada-U.S. relations, NAFTA negotiations and more.

As part of a project to revise the conceptual framework and reporting model for public sector entities, the Public Sector Accounting Board (PSAB) is proposing amendments to the calculation and presentation of net debt.

Learn from the experiences recently shared by members of the Canadian Chapter of The Prince of Wales's Accounting for Sustainability (A4S) CFO Leadership Network and the A4S executive chairman in building sustainable finance functions.

Learn about the work of two members of the CPA Canada Audit Data Analytics Committee related to using R to perform entry level ADAs.

Europe’s enactment of the General Data Protection Regulation affects any entity anywhere that processes the personal data of EU residents. But what exactly does it mean for Canadian businesses and CPAs?

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