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ISSUE 52 • May 25, 2010
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CGA HST Brochure Available

The July 1 implementation date for the Harmonized Sales Tax may not bring harmony to the political front, but it is focusing the minds of B.C.'s CGAs. A sound primer on the new tax is our very own brochure, HST in Canada-BC Edition. View it now.

We've also collected useful information such as:
  • Canada Revenue Agency forms and publications
  • The Future Institute's report Evolution or Extinction: Harmonization in a British Columbia that Works
  • The Mintz Report on the HST and B.C., aka, British Columbia's Harmonized Sales Tax: A Giant Leap in the Province's Competitiveness and
  • Countdown to HST, a PowerPoint presentation featuring John Pankratz, FCGA; T. Charlotte Hoggard, CGA; and Candace Nancke, CGA.
See all of these documents at HST Publications.

Check Us Out on Twitter

To find out what’s happening with the Association right now, you need to follow us on Twitter. We’re tweeting daily. You can track what we’re up to whether you’re interested as a student, member, potential student, educator or member of the media.

You can also get face to face with the Association on Facebook.

Give Blood as a Group Effort

     Give Blood

Our aim for 2010 is to donate far more blood and blood products than in previous years. With members, students, staff and our friends and family, we can save more lives.

As rewarding as donating as an individual feels, donating as part of a team is a powerful way to bond and create a strong sense of connection with peers and friends. When you donate together as an office or a chapter, don’t forget to sign in under the CGA-BC Partners for Life team.

Please call 1 (888) 2 DONATE, or visit to find out how you can give the gift of life.

Subscribe Now to Your Chapter Newsletter

The best way to stay up-to-date on your chapter's activities and news is by subscribing to your online chapter newsletter. It's easy.

  1. Visit the Chapter Newsletter page of our website.
  2. Select your newsletter.
  3. Click on the orange RSS Feed button on the top right of the newsletter.
  4. Select the 'Subscribe to this feed' button to automatically receive new posts via email.

Now you won't need to remember to visit the newsletter online, the news will come to you.

CGA President's Address to SFU Students (Diamond Alumni Centre)
June 6

SFU Office Hours (Burnaby Mountain Campus)
June 14

Burnett Secondary School (Richmond)
June 16

Annual PEP Employment Fair (Marriott Vancouver Pinnacle Hotel)
June 24

For more information, please contact Lisa So.

Maintaining Public Trust

As part of CGA-BC's commitment to upholding our high standard of conduct, members and students are reminded to visit the Protecting the Public section of our website on an ongoing basis. Open to the public, this section relates to our goal of greater transparency and full disclosure. It explains our ethics process and provides up-to-date information on public advisories and the latest disciplinary summaries.

Free In-person Tax Seminars

Did you know you can attend free events and seminars held by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) to help you understand your tax-related obligations or those of your client?

The CRA's popular tax seminars are held across Canada and give individuals, businesses, and their representatives important information about how to manage their tax affairs. Seminars for individuals include such topics as: seniors and income tax, the Child Disability Benefit, and newcomers to Canada. Seminars for businesses include topics such as: registering for a GST/HST account, payroll requirements, T4 slip preparation, and more.

Go to B.C. events to register for an event in your area.

Get the latest scoop on CGA-BC's hottest jobs...

New Routes to Professional Development

If you’re interested in webcasts, video seminars and online courses, it’s time to check out PD Net. Visit today and discover a wealth of opportunities on a huge variety of topics. You’ll find seminars on ethics, taxes, leadership and more. And all of these seminars are designed for working CGAs like you.
CGA-BC Leads Accounting Designations in Growth
BIV Recession or not, the accounting profession continues to grow in British Columbia. That was one of the key discoveries Business In Vancouver made when it tracked the growth trends of the players in its annual Largest Professional Organizations survey. What's more, it found that CGA-BC was the fastest growing accounting body in the province.

The article, titled "Economic Downturn Fails to Slow Growth in Key Professions" in the May 4-10 issue of BIV, reported that, "Since 2007, the number of certified general accountants (CGAs) in B.C. has grown by 15.2%, or nearly 1,290."

All three accounting designations grew by more than 10 per cent over the past four years.

The article quotes CGA-BC Director of Member Services Pamela Skinner, CGA, as saying the demand for accountants remains relatively stable regardless of how the economy is trending.

"'The bottom line is, accounting services are not a luxury item,' said Skinner. 'They are a necessity that provides some protection from the ups and downs of business cycles.'"

Read the complete BIV article.
Quarter Century Club Grows By Leaps and Bounds
Quarter Century Club - May 14

The club with the 25 year waiting list got a little bit less exclusive earlier this month as 235 CGA-BC members joined the Association’s Quarter Century Club with a dinner and award ceremony at the Wall Centre Hotel.

More than 135 members, family and friends celebrated the milestone, and each new QCC member received a gift from the Association as well as congratulations from 1985 CGA-BC President Helen Knowles, FCGA, and 2010 President John Pankratz, FCGA. As each CGA crossed the stage, a short bio of the honouree’s accomplishments since certification was read aloud and a picture of the member (circa 1985) was screened. Cheers, much laughter, and the occasional good-natured heckle, ensued. In addition to the new Quarter Centurions, nine members were recognized for doubling the score—that’s right, nine members reached their diamond anniversary with CGA-BC.

Congratulations to:
  • William Cannell, CGA
  • Ronald Jansen, CGA
  • Ronald McGregor, CGA
  • James Boivin, CGA
  • Norman Hoff, CGA
  • Helen Marsen, CGA
  • Peter Podovinikoff, CGA
  • Martin Cook, CGA
  • Douglas Campbell, CGA
See the gallery of Quarter Century photos.
Association Hosts Reception for B.C.'s Business Schools
Peter Norwood

CGA-BC has worked hard to develop productive and rewarding relationships with the province's colleges and universities. Nowhere was this more evident than at the Business Educators Articulation Conference (BEAC 2010) hosted by Langara College April 28. The conference is designed to foster common understanding regarding course objectives, outcomes, teaching methodologies, as well as other relevant issues.

More than 150 business educators from over 25 post-secondary institutions across the province attended the two-day event to hear from leading experts on a broad range of thought-provoking topics such cultural diversity, use of technology, the influence of social media, and psychographic analysis of Millennials (aka Generation Y) .

CGA-BC hosted the Conference's opening reception and dinner, and Merge Gupta-Sunderji, CGA, provided the evening's keynote presentation titled Why Does the Lobster Cast Off Its Shell? (The simple answer: So it can grow.) Merge's engaging style was well suited to the receptive audience, who learned six strategies to consciously push the limits of their comfort zones so they could continue to learn and grow.

For its part, CGA-BC received further proof that efforts to build stronger partnerships with all post-secondary institutions in finance and accounting are paying off. Conference Chair and Peter Norwood expressed his gratitude to CGA-BC for its long-time support of the event.

"Conferences such as these would not happen without sponsors and partners like CGA," said Mr. Norwood, Department Chair of Langara's School of Management. "We are grateful for the wonderful support by CGA."

However, this paled in comparison to the praise from the many educators and academic officials who stated how much they appreciated the Association's support of their respective institutions. "You guys [CGA-BC] have been tremendous supporters of Okanagan College," said Faculty Advisor David Cram. "It really means a lot to us."

By building such strong and mutually beneficial relationships, CGA-BC is ensuring that it will remain the accounting designation of choice in B.C.

See our photo gallery of the CGA-BC BEAC Reception.
CGA-BC Sponsors Vancouver Luncheon With Jim Flaherty
Chris Wattie
Canada’s Minister of Finance will make a special Vancouver luncheon address on Friday, June 11 as part of a CFA Vancouver networking event.

Time: 11:30 am - 2:30 pm
Location: Fairmont Hotel Vancouver, 900 West Georgia

The Honourable James M. Flaherty serves as Canada's Minister of Finance and Minister Responsible for the Greater Toronto Area. He is a Governor of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. As Minister of Finance he is an ex-officio member of all Cabinet Committees. Minister Flaherty was recently awarded Euromoney Magazine’s Finance Minister of the Year award. Euromoney credited him with enhancing Canada’s reputation for sound fiscal policy while taking full account of social justice and overseeing a strong regulatory regime that has kept the financial sector out of chaos.

Space is limited, please register early. Register Online.

To register a table of 10, call (604) 435-9889.
Search on for New CGA-BC Executive Director
CGA-BC officially launched its search for a new Executive Director on May 14. The Association has selected the search firm of Odgers Berndtson to lead the Canada-wide quest to find the right person for the position. Odgers Berndtson has sent advertisements to CGA-BC's affiliates across the country, and booked space in the Vancouver Sun and The Globe and Mail newspapers. The Association has placed the accompanying notice, sent out an all-member email and posted the ad to its job site,

See the career posting that appeared in the May 15 and 19 issues of the Vancouver Sun and the May 17 issue of The Globe and Mail.

To see the job description and to apply for this important position, contact John Li, Irene Hensel or Lisa Kershaw of Odgers Berndtson at (604) 685-0261 or submit your résume and related information online at Odgers Berndtson Careers.
Register Online for 2010 Conference in Whistler
Conference 2010, Whistler Conference 2010 promises to be the most dynamic and educational conference yet, so set September 15-19 aside for four days of networking, Association business, professional development—and fun.

Don’t miss B.C.’s longest running accounting trade show, our Annual General Meeting, the Denim to Diamonds Friday Fun Night, and the President’s Banquet and Award Ceremony. Oh, and did we mention there will be chocolate?

Among the best known PD presenters at Conference will be Arlene Dickinson, costar of CBC's Dragon's Den, and one of Canada's most powerful female business leaders; and Chris Johnson, aka Dr. Laugh, who prescribes humour to improve communication and increase productivity; and Steve Dotto of Dotto Tech, who makes sense of high-tech with insight and humour.

Register before August 1 to receive a special CGA-BC early bird gift. To get the conference room rate, register before August 15 at the Hilton Whistler Resort and Spa.

See the lineup of PD sessions available at Conference.

To register online, click the Whistler Conference logo above.
Denim and Dazzle Combine for Friday Fun Night
Chris Wattie The organizers of September's CGA Conference 2010 have been somewhat coy about disclosing any details concerning the theme for the Conference's Friday Fun Night. In fact, in the recently published Conference brochure the Conference Committee revealed very little about what is perennially the most anticipated and popular event on the Conference's social calendar. But now, the secret is out!

This year, the CGA-BC Conference's Friday Fun Night will draw on the spirit of the West and the allure of glitz and glamour for a fantastic event that has been dubbed From Denim to Diamonds.

The timeless appeal of the New Frontier and the glitter of bling will serve as inspiration for a night that will feature a sumptuous buffet dinner and entertainment options such as a Western shooting gallery, barrel racing and line dancing. Rumours about a mechanical bull continue to swirl among the CGA community, which only adds to the buzz for what promises to be a fabulous evening.

Details are being finalized, so please visit the conference page of the website for more details in coming weeks. In the meantime, dust off your cowboy hats, shine your boots and polish your diamonds for a Friday not to be missed.
Share Your Volunteer Experience to
Promote Your Favourite Charities
Volunteer For years you’ve heard how B.C.’s CGAs and CGA students are influential, ethical and highly respected by both the business community and general public. What sometimes gets overlooked is the tremendous work we do away from the office for our communities—as volunteers for schools, teams, and charities from A to Z.

If you are a volunteer, whether president of the board of a charitable society, coach to your child’s soccer team, or regular visitor to your local seniors centre, we want to know about your good work. Just fill in our five question survey and we’ll post the results on our website. We’ll learn how diverse our volunteer efforts are and you’ll have a chance to promote the charities and institutions near to your heart as we link to the sites of those not-for-profit organizations.

As word spreads and our volunteer database grows, we’ll feature a Volunteer of the Month in each issue of CGA Update. It’s a win-win-win-win situation as you, your charity, end users, and your Association make new contacts and benefit from new opportunities and heightened reputations.

Get the ball rolling by telling us about your Volunteer Work and what it means to you. We promise it can be done in a minute. Even if you don’t currently volunteer but would like to put your name forward as willing to perform treasury services or board work for a local charity, we’d like you to visit the survey page.
Team CGA Invites You to Join the 24-Hour Relay
The Money Mart Easter Seals 24-Hour Relay
June 19-20, 2010 at Swangard Stadium

Money Mart What convinced us to register? For some of us it’s the fun, slightly goofy spirit of the event—“Reason No 632: The starter’s gun is a water pistol.” For others it’s the chance to socialize with CGA-BC’s extended family and help our community. The fact that we needn’t be great runners and we can walk, stroll or march sold a few more on entering.

For all of us, the Relay is more than just staying up all night with our friends running in circles; it’s 24 hours that can make a lifetime of difference in the lives of children with disabilities.

This is no ordinary year for Team CGA: 2010 marks the 25th consecutive year of tearing up the track. Some members, such as team leader Gary Mah, CGA, have been with us since the beginning, so it must be a fun time to keep him coming back year after year. Twenty-five years—that’s a feat worth celebrating, and an event worth joining.

See the CGA Running team webpage.

Reason 519

The excitement is building for the 2010 Money Mart Easter Seals 24 Hour Relay for the Kids.
To join Team CGA, contact Gary Mah at

If you have questions about the relay, contact the organizers at Relay Central: (604) 873-1865 or
Pension System Needs Drastic Makeover, Says CGA-Canada Report
Pension System A new report released April 30 by CGA-Canada reveals a disturbing 92 per cent of private sector defined benefit pension (DB) plans are in a deficit position, a number which has more than doubled over a five-year period. Pension funding deficits have climbed from $160 billion in 2003 to an estimated $350 billion in 2008 and continue to grow.

Gauging the Path of Private Canadian Pensions: 2010 Update on the State of Defined Benefit and Defined Contribution Pension Plans is available at:

"Pension plans should not be allowed to metamorphose into empires of debt," says Anthony Ariganello, President and CEO of CGA-Canada. "The recent events with national companies such as Nortel Networks, AbitibiBowater, Fraser Papers and CanWest have highlighted a need to better preserve pension plan solvency and improve member protection."

The Canadian retirement system should afford greater protection and unsustainable DB pension plans and inadequate defined contribution (DC) pension plans should be replaced with hybrid models that draw upon the best elements of each.

"Canadian's ability to maintain a financially comfortable and healthy lifestyle is bleak unless the retirement system undergoes a drastic makeover," says Rock Lefebvre, Vice-President of Research and Standards at CGA-Canada. "Pension plans should not operate in a manner that unduly borrows from future generations to pay the present one."

The report also reveals problems with the taxation system. Lefebvre points out that current tax rules prejudice Canadians without employer-sponsored plans. Even if registered retirement savings plan (RRSP) limits are reached, these Canadians cannot save as much for their retirement as Canadians who have employer-sponsored pension arrangements.

To remedy this, CGA-Canada supports Canadians having equal opportunity to build retirement income outside of pre-existing plans. CGA-Canada recommends the development of a new pension system that is sustainable, simple to administer and cost effective —that harmonizes the efforts of federal and provincial stakeholders, recognizes pension benefits as deferred compensation and above all, is fair to all Canadians both now and in the future.
WorkSafeBC Added to PEP Fold
The Association's Partners in Employment Program (PEP) took a major step earlier May 17 when it signed up WorkSafeBC, one of the province's largest employers and a jewel in the PEP portfolio.

"We're extremely happy to have WorkSafeBC on board. We've been working on this since the earliest days of the program-2007 to be exact—and the work has paid off," said PEP Coordinator Jerrick Barroso.

WorkSafeBC promotes workplace health and safety for B.C. workers and employers. It consults with and educates employers and workers and monitors compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation. In the event of work-related injuries or diseases, WorkSafeBC works with the affected parties to provide return-to-work rehabilitation, compensation, health care benefits, and a range of other services. Its 2,700-plus employees work out of 15 offices across the province.

WorkSafeeBC is the 118th employer partner to join PEP. In recent weeks, the Association has also signed agreements with Canada Metal, maker of sacrificial diodes for the marine industry; JYSK, a large household retail company based in Port Coquitlam; and BCAA, the giant automobile and insurance not-for-profit association.

WorkSafeBC Quick Facts
How many people does WorkSafeBC serve?
  • 202,400 employers are insured
  • 2.1 million workers are covered
B.C. work places covered by WorkSafeBC
  • 500,000+
How many phone calls does WorkSafeBC receive every working day?
  • An average of 20,000+ calls
How many pages of documentation does WorkSafeBC receive every working day?
  • 15,000+ pages
PST Refunds + What's Taxable and What Isn't
From the BC Ministry of Finance

How to claim refunds

In certain circumstances, businesses can refund the PST directly to their customers. These circumstances are outlined in Bulletin SST 032, Completing the Social Service Tax Return (see section on Internal Tax Account Adjustments).

In all other cases, the customers must apply to the ministry for a refund using an Application for Refund of Social Service Tax or Hotel Room Tax form (FIN 413). Details are provided in Bulletin GEN 008, Refunds of Overpayments of Tax.

What is taxable and nontaxable

The ministry produces tax information that is industry-specific and includes detailed informational bulletins, and lists of taxable and non-taxable items.

You can visit industry-specific web pages at, and subscribe to updates for future changes to industry-specific information.

You can also view the minitry's PST publications at:

If you have a tax-related question, call Taxpayer Services toll-free at 1 (877) 388-4440, or if you would prefer a written response to your tax question, email
CRA Launches Videocasts to Target New Generation of Donors
To promote charitable donations among young Canadians, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has produced a series of videocasts titled Giving to Registered Charities 101. The series informs young Canadians about how charities are regulated in Canada and how to donate wisely.

"By educating donors, we build confidence in the charitable sector as well as an appreciation for the work they do," said Minister of National Revenue Keith Ashfield.

"It is important that donors of all ages be able to access the information they need to make informed donation decisions in a format they can understand."

See the videocasts at donors website or the CRA's YouTube channel."

The series is composed of three individual videos:
  • What's it all about?" introduces individuals to how charities become registered in Canada.

  • What's in it for me?" shows individuals the important role that charities play in Canada and the tax incentives available to taxpayers.

  • Where do I begin?" gives individuals the basic information they should know before donating to registered charities.
For more information on how to be an informed donor, see the donors website, or call 1 (800) 267-2384.
Convocation Date Set For Saturday, November 27
Convocation 2010
The Vancouver Convention Centre

Family, friends, employers and other supporters of our CGA-BC graduating class, mark your calendar for Saturday, November 27. That's right, Convocation 2010 is coming.

For the first time, we will be holding the ceremony at the new West Building of the Vancouver Convention Centre at 1055 Canada Place. This is the highlight of the student calendar and a day of tremendous pride and great memories.

Registration forms will be sent out to new grads in August. We will post details such as times and rooms in the near future so check back to the Convocation page under Events on the website.

See a gallery of images from last year's Convocation and general information about the proceedings.
Bookkeeping and Other Related Services May Require Public Practice Registration
At the September 2009 CGA-BC Annual General Meeting, a motion was passed that changed the definition of public practice. This change means that certain additional activities including certain aspects of bookkeeping services now require registration in public practice. In order to accommodate this, a second limited registration category has been established: “Limited Registration–Other.”

Members are required to register in this category if they are providing any of the following:

  • forensic accounting, financial investigation and financial litigation support services; and/or
  • an accounting service insofar as it involves summarization, analysis, advice, counsel or interpretation but excluding an accounting service which is incidental to the provider’s primary occupation which is not public accounting; and/or
  • statutory filing services (e.g., preparation of GST, PST, T4s, T5s, payroll withholdings).
These members will be exempted from public practice registration requirements with the exception of the following, which must be provided at the time of registration:

  • payment of all applicable fees; and
  • proof of purchase of professional liability insurance.
To assist members with their understanding of the new definition of public practice, a Frequently Asked Questions listing is being provided. This listing includes a link to the registration form.
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Public Practice News
Fees and Insurance Deadlines
Public Practice registration fees are due on or before July 1, 2010. Renewal of professional liability insurance is due on or before August 1, 2010. Invoices for the Public Practice registration fee will be mailed on May 1, 2010 and the Association's insurer (AON Reed Stenhouse) will send you a renewal notice in early June 2010. An administration fee of $150 will be levied for public practice fees unpaid by July 1. A separate administration fee of $150 for failure to renew and maintain professional liability insurance by August 1 will be levied.

If public practice registration fees and/or professional liability insurance premiums remain unpaid 30 days after the due date, the member is without notice, deemed to have resigned from public practice unless written notice of extenuating circumstances is received within 30 days from the original due date.

Note that member dues are also payable on or before July 1 each year, after which a $150 administration fee applies. In accordance with Bylaw B114 (a), if annual dues remain unpaid after July 31, the member is without notice deemed to have resigned from membership unless the Board has accepted a written notice of extenuating circumstances. Members who have resigned are automatically deregistered from public practice as a Certified General Accountant.
Benefits Program Checks In With Plaza 500 Hotel
On the edge of stylish Cambie Village, Plaza 500 Hotel is conveniently located minutes from Vancouver's downtown business and entertainment districts. Steps from the brand new Canada Line SkyTrain, the hotel is linked directly to Vancouver International Airport and the downtown core. With spacious, light-filled guestrooms featuring panoramic views of the Coastal Mountains and the ocean, the Plaza 500 offers over 12,000 square feet of event space and is home to the award-winning Figmint Restaurant. Ideal for business and leisure travelers alike, the Plaza 500's professional and friendly staff ensure a comfortable and convenient stay.

The following corporate rates apply for 2010:
Months Preferred Corporate Rate
April - May $99 per room per night
June - September $139 per room per night
October - December $109 per room per night

For more information or to make reservations, contact the reservations office at (604) 873-1811 and request the CGA-BC rate.
CRA Does An About-Face: Life Insurance and Shareholder Benefits


By Deborah Graystone, CGA

This article is general in nature and should not be relied upon to replace specific professional advice.

The aspect I find both challenging and perplexing about practicing tax is that the rules of the game are always changing. Just when you think you have it mastered, they change the rules. These changes often affect tax compliance and planning advice going forward; however, occasionally it can affect tax and estate plans that were put in place years ago, requiring one to dig out the old files and ensure that the plan will still unfold as expected. Case in point: The recent CRA about-face on its policy of whether taxable benefits will apply in certain circumstances regarding corporately held insurance.

Private corporations often acquire life insurance policies to provide funds in the event of a significant shareholder's death. A typical situation could be described as follows: An individual shareholder (A) holds 100 per cent of the voting shares of a given Canadian corporation (Parentco). Parentco holds 100 per cent of the voting shares of another Canadian corporation (Subco). If Parentco is a simple holding company with no income apart from possible dividends from Subco, you may have the situation where Subco is the policyholder of a life insurance policy on the life of A and pays the premiums; however, the beneficiary of the life insurance policy is Parentco.

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Chapter PD and Events
May 27 Southern Vancouver Island Student Night Victoria
May 29 North Shore/Sunshine Coast Chapter - Professional Ethics North Vancouver
May 29 Richmond/South Delta Chapter - Stratas - What You Need To Know... Richmond
May 29 Surrey/Langley/North Delta Chapter - GAAS/GAAP Update Langley
June 3 Surrey/Langley/N. Delta Annual Chapter Event (ACE) with Jamie McDonald, “The Power of Less” —PD Langley
June 4 West Kootenay HST and Ethics PD Castlegar
June 15 Fraser Valley Chapter/Leadership That Engages—PD Abbotsford
June 18 North Shore/Sunshine Coast Annual Chapter Event (ACE) with guest speaker Pamela Skinner, Director, Member Services North vancouver
June 18 Burnaby/Royal City Chapter Student Night TBA
June 19 - 20 Tri-Cities/Ridge Meadows Volunteers Needed for Iron Mountain Triathlon Maple Ridge
CGA-BC PD for June
June 1BC HST Implementation Q and A Workshop Coquitlam
June 1Excel IV: Budgeting and Techniques (Hands-on) Sold Out Vancouver
June 1HST Implementation for the MUSH Sector Coquitlam
June 2 - 3Practical Implementation of IFRS Sold Out Vancouver
June 4Excel V: Financial Models and Analysis (Hands-on) Sold Out Vancouver
June 7Black and White ... and Sometimes Grey: A Review of Business Ethics for CGAs (am) Abbotsford
June 7Black and White ... and Sometimes Grey: A Review of Business Ethics for CGAs(pm)) Abbotsford
June 7 - 8Coaching for Executive Excellence Coquitlam
June 7 - 8Stepping Up to Leadership: Leadership Skills and Team Development for the Executive Professional Sold Out Coquitlam
June 7Strategic Decision-Making Coquitlam
June 8Best Practices for Leadership and Talent Management Coquitlam
June 9Global Social Responsibility and Sustainability Coquitlam
June 9Public Speaking for the Executive Leader Coquitlam
June 9Sustaining Strategic Initiatives - Maintaining Employee Focus on Vision, Strategy, and Values Coquitlam
June 10 - 11Costing and Decision-Making for Controllers (formerly Advanced Controller's Program) Richmond
June 14 - 15Practice Management Sold Out Richmond
June 16 - 17Review and Compilation Engagements Sold Out Richmond
June 17Trust Examinations and Special Reports Sold Out Richmond
June 18*Advisory Services and Future-Oriented Financial Information (FOFI) Richmond
June 18Advisory Services and Future-Oriented Financial Information (FOFI) Sold Out Richmond
June 21 - 22Audit Engagements Sold Out Richmond
June 23 - 24*Audit Engagements Richmond
June 23 - 24CICA Handbook Sold Out Richmond
June 25Excel VI: Pivot Tables (Hands-on) Sold Out Vancouver
June 25Excel VII: Macros (Hands-on) Sold Out Vancouver