National

Profession

Part One, Seismic Shift: public practice consolidation

SME practitioners claim consolidation is happening across Canada, with implications for the communities they serve. Part one of a three-part special report
Business

Part Three: Pensions, planes & profits (profitability)

CFO of the Year Michael Rousseau discusses the procurement strategies behind Air Canada's profitability
Business

Part Two: Pensions, planes & profits (the EETC market)

In the second of a three-part series, CFO of the Year Michael Rousseau details the financial strategy behind the national airline's rebound
Business

Part One: Pensions, planes & profits (pension deficits)

In the first of a three part-series, CFO of the Year Michael Rousseau, CPA, CA, shares the management strategies that has Air Canada soaring once again
Thought Leaders

Ian Lee: From the Panama Papers to capital gains

CBC Television personality Ian Lee of the Sprott School of Business is outspoken on the subject of taxation in Canada
David J. Rotfleisch

The CRA & KPMG: Far from a sweetheart deal

In my tax practice I deal with voluntary disclosure files on a daily basis and I have submitted well over a thousand such files over the years. The deal offered to KPMG's clients is the deal I would have expected had I acted for them