[National Volunteer Week 2019] Member Ambassador Spotlight: Christine Woodington, Coal Island Ltd.

It’s National Volunteer Week! With this year’s theme being “The Volunteer Factor – Lifting Communities.”, we are celebrating and recognizing the exponential impact of our CPABC Member Ambassador Volunteers and their efforts in supporting CPABC’s student recruitment. With one article everyday this week, this is one of five articles, featuring interviews with our Member Ambassadors. Read more about [National Volunteer Week 2019] Member Ambassador Spotlight: Christine Woodington, Coal Island Ltd.[…]

2019 CPABC Annual Business Case Competition

CPABC’s annual Business Case Competition showcases the talent and business acumen of post-secondary students throughout British Columbia by challenging students to apply their skills to business case analyses. This year, 51 post-secondary teams competed in the first round of the competition. Each team consisted of three to four students in different academic years. They were Read more about 2019 CPABC Annual Business Case Competition[…]

2019 Public Practice Recruit FAQ

The 2019 Public Practice Recruit Framework is now posted! Are you a post-secondary student looking for a job with a CPA firm? Read the important points below to make sure you’re ready. If I want to work for a public practice firm, when should I go through the recruit process? Many firms do their hiring about Read more about 2019 Public Practice Recruit FAQ[…]

CPA Jobs Spotlight for March 22, 2019

Becoming a CPA Candidate/Student and earning a professional accounting credential opens up many career opportunities in a wide range of sectors and industries. CPA Candidates/Students earn their stripes by accumulating experience gained from jobs that develop their core competencies as a CPA while adding breadth and depth in specialized areas of accountancy. Featured below are Read more about CPA Jobs Spotlight for March 22, 2019[…]

CPA Campus Ambassador Insights: How showing up made me stand out!

By Alana Palu, CPABC Douglas College Campus Ambassador Photo from the Burnaby Board of Trade The other day, while replying to one of my friends on Instagram, she said something that inspired me to write this post. I haven’t talked to this friend of mine in a while and was curious to know how she Read more about CPA Campus Ambassador Insights: How showing up made me stand out![…]

CPA Canada and ICAJ sign MOU

Original Article from CPA CANADA February 25, 2019 A new formal memorandum of understanding (MOU) is now in place between Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada) and the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Jamaica (ICAJ). Kingston, Jamaica; February 19, 2019: A new formal memorandum of understanding (MOU) is now in place between Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada Read more about CPA Canada and ICAJ sign MOU[…]

CPABC Connect Panel: Digital Transformation and the Future of Accounting

On February 25, 2019 CPABC Connect Panel brought together 300+ CPA members, candidates, students, future CPAs, and employment partners from across all sectors at the beautiful Fairmont Waterfront Hotel. During the event, guests enjoyed a panel discussion between senior business leaders on the evolution and impact of digital transformation, automation and artificial intelligence on careers Read more about CPABC Connect Panel: Digital Transformation and the Future of Accounting[…]

CPA Jobs Spotlight for February 22, 2019

CPA Jobs Spotlight for February 22, 2019 Becoming a CPA Candidate/Student and earning a professional accounting credential opens up many career opportunities in a wide range of sectors and industries. CPA Candidates/Students earn their stripes by accumulating experience gained from jobs that develop their core competencies as a CPA while adding breadth and depth in Read more about CPA Jobs Spotlight for February 22, 2019[…]

5 questions for Dee Danallanko – Firm owner and super mom

I started my own boutique firm, Integral Accounting in 2016, after working as a finance manager for the Regional District of North Okanagan, and a controller in the private sector. Prior to my accounting career I had worked as a florist and as a parts person in a Yamaha dealership. I went into accounting because… Read more about 5 questions for Dee Danallanko – Firm owner and super mom[…]