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The BC Check-Up report compares the economic performance of British Columbia against other provincial jurisdictions, and Canada as a whole to determine the state of BC’s economy. Overall, five of BC’s twelve work, invest, live indicators showed improvement, while one remained

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Weekly Roundup: September 19 – 23

Weekly Roundup

Busy week? Just in case you missed the news, we have this week’s latest business, financial, and career news! Four tips for those investing in offshore funds – Globe and Mail Accountants: People Like and Trust You. How to Monetize That – Accounting Today A

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Meet CPABC’s new chair Dave Hallinan, FCPA, FCMA

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There has been a whirlwind of activity in the accounting profession over the past three years, and while things have started to settle down post-proclamation, there’s still work to be done to continue building the profession here in BC and across Canada. It’s with

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Hot Jobs: September 20, 2016

Hot Jobs

The CPABC Careers Site, https://careers.bccpa.ca, sees job postings come in from all sectors of the economy. The vast majority of the opportunities that we see on the careers site are in the business/industry sector with public practice making up the

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Weekly Roundup: September 12 – 16


The first full workweek in September has come to an end. This means its time to recap this week’s business and financial news with the Weekly Roundup! Why Canada’s borrowing binge will end badly – Globe and Mail  RBC expects Canada’s economy to

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The September issue of eNews is out!


It’s that time of the month again! Stay up-to-date on the latest CPABC updates and news with the monthly CPABC newsletter, eNews. The September issue features a reminder that the 2016 Member Engagement Tour kicks off on October 3 in Smithers

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Checking up on BC’s economy


CPABC’s BC Check-Up is an annual economic report that evaluates British Columbia as a place to work, invest, and live using select economic indicators. Looking at the results from 2015, BC’s economy performed better than any other province, with a real annual GDP

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CPABC in Focus Magazine: Taking CPABC to the next level

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In the September/October issue of CPABC in Focus magazine, we focus on the appointment of new board chair Dave Hallinan, FCPA, FCMA, and his plans to keep building on a solid foundation. Also featured is a look at CPABC’s Report to the Public

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Weekly Roundup: September 5 – 9

Weekly Roundup

It’s time for your Weekly Roundup! Get caught up on all the latest business, financial and career news! B.C. loses jobs in August but unemployment rate remains lowest in country – Business in Vancouver These are the issues keeping accountants

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Hot Jobs: September 6, 2016

Hot Jobs

Once a small village nestled in the beautiful Bulkley Valley of British Columbia, Houston is now an official District Municipality which has seen much change over the years including new parks, roads, leisure facilities, and amenities for both visitors and

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