CPA Canada is at COP28 but what are the key topics it's expecting?
For the first time, Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada) is attending the event with CEO Pamela Steer highlighting how CPAs will be instrumental in helping navigate the new world of sustainability reporting. CPA Canada’s experts have ...
November News Roundup, 23-11: Australian lessons, CEWS clawbacks and more Canadian accounting news
One week ago we reported that a petition by an Ottawa accountant, Moe Tabesh, asking for CEBA forgiveness, had more than 15,000 signatures. This week, Canadian Press announced that the Canada Revenue Agency has partially completed an audit and is clawing back $458 million in CEWS. That does not bode well for CEBA loans.
It's official: Flu season has begun, according to Public Health Agency of Canada
It's that time of the year again — flu season has officially started, according to the Public Health Agency of Canada.
U.S. fines three Chinese accounting firms $7.9 million for violating securities laws
The U.S. Public Company Accounting Oversight Board fined three Chinese firms and four people affiliated with them $7.9 million Thursday for allegedly violating U.S. securities laws and other misconduct.
Canada’s homicide rate is at the highest level in 30 years
“Despite recent increases, homicides remain a rare event in Canada, accounting for less than 0.2 per cent of ... An Ipsos poll conducted exclusively for Global News in February suggested 58 per cent of Canadians believe there has been more violence ...
New accounting standards hurdle governments’ filing of public accounts
While the financial statements were done in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles for the public sector, Lanthier attributed the delay mainly to staff turnover and difficulties in implementing new accounting standards.