3 Ways to Get a Meeting

Today, time is one of the most valuable commodities. For professionals, it is important to manage their limited, but in-demand, time properly. This presents an obvious problem when you are trying to book a meeting with one of these individuals. Dorie Clark, More…

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Weekly Roundup: September 21-27

It’s time for your Weekly Roundup! Get caught up on the all the latest business, financial and career news!  Younger workers poorer than parents’ generation, research says – CBC News Canadian dollar sinks, likely to slip further: ‘I wouldn’t fight More…

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Pros Keep Learning

by Raman Kapil, CDir, MBA, CPA, CMA, is the president of MarkR Management Inc. in Victoria and a first-time delegate to CPABC’s Fall Leadership Conference. I attended CPABC’s Fall leadership Conference in Victoria to attain my “Professional Development” hours. As More…

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Hot Jobs: September 23

Fall is officially here, but the CPABC Careers site shows no sign of cooling down. As of last Thursday, there were 311 jobs and 5,190 employers registered on the CPABC Careers Site. Make sure you sign up. You will often More…

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Why Cloud Accounting?

by Paul Sharpe, CPA, CA. What is the Cloud? You’ve probably heard a lot about “the cloud” lately. Whether it’s your music library, video on demand service, or virtual office, it’s all living on the cloud. What this means is that More…

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Weekly Roundup: September 14-20

Missed our tweets this past week? Catch up with our weekly roundup of the latest business, financial, and career news! The biggest money mistakes people in their 40s make – Daily Courier Life advice from 18 of the wealthiest people More…


Do you want to be Successful? Get More Sleep

Sleep deprivation has recently become a status symbol and a badge of honour. Bragging about your lack of sleep is now common place. While sleep deprivation may create a busy and productive persona, it can instead lead to poor decision-making and More…

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BC, Still a Resource-based Economy

BC’s resource sector is key to the economic performance of the province. In 2010, the estimated output of the resource sector was $21.4 billion, or 11.2% of BC’s GDP. The resource sector generates revenue for all three levels of government, which improves More…

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How to Become a Mindful Leader

By Guy Nasmyth, session speaker at the upcoming Fall Leadership Conference. In a world defined by increased stress and decreased work/life balance, mangers now need to take a calmer approach towards leadership. Strengthening your personal self-awareness, identifying opportunities to advance creativity and engagement, evaluating your More…