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Sunday News Roundup 22.04.03: Acronym soup – PBO, CRA, ISSB, CPAB and more 

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The economic case for the mining industry to support carbon taxation

Rather than opposing carbon taxes, the mining sector should become a global advocate for aggressive carbon targets
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Sunday News Roundup 22.03.20: Deloitte drops mandates, oligarchs, money laundering and more 

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Sunday News Roundup 22.03.13: Russian Big Four, Kenney gas cuts, Pillar Two, and more

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Corporate taxes can be good for shareholders: Why some actually want their companies to pay tax

Accounting Professor Andrew Bauer on non-integrated tax systems
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Sunday News Roundup 22.02.27: Big Four time off, accounting and economic reports, and more 

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Business

You Can Hide … But CRA Will Find You

Timothy Dunn of Minden Gross LLP on why the CRA may be coming after lenders, creditors and owners of struggling businesses
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Sunday News Roundup 22.02.13: Trucker reversal, CPC leadership, business insolvencies and more 

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Letters: ASC at the forefront of climate change-related disclosure

Alberta Securities Commission Chair & CEO Stan Magidson responds to oilpatch lending crunch article by Robert Ascah of Parkland Institute
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Sunday News Roundup 22.02.06: O’Toole accounting, tax hawks, schwing and more 

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Alberta oilpatch may face lending crunch as financial regulators worry about the risks of climate change

Banks, lenders will be less keen to lend to the oilsands, says Alberta economist
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Sunday News Roundup 22.01.30: Convoys, CPA Quebec, Mastering Money and more 

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Sunday News Roundup 22.01.23: Omicron blues, green taxation, anti-vax tax, and more 

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Accounting firms pay their fines despite weak Ontario Securities Commission collection record

Report by Ontario Auditor General Bonnie Lysyk raises alarm bells over political interference and collection enforcement at the Ontario Securities Commission
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Ontario Auditor General wants better communication between audit and securities watchdogs

Bonnie Lysyk and Carol Paradine comment on the Auditor General's report into the structural relationship between the Ontario Securities Commission and the Canadian Public Accountability Board
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Sunday News Roundup 22.01.09: CPA dismissal lawsuit, Alta Energy, NB AG and more 

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Sunday News Roundup 22.01.02: Whining auditors, buy and sell, competition law and more 

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The Calm Before The Insolvency Storm?

David Bish of Torys LLP on the current insolvency climate and forecast for 2022
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Sunday News Roundup 21.12.19: Pandora Progress, CRA complaints, FVV, and more 

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Sunday News Roundup 21.12.05: Lyskyk calls out OSC, Omicron cancels Xmas, CPA fraud and more 

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Sunday News Roundup 21.11.28: Throne Speech, Bridging Finance, inflation, and more 

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Sunday News Roundup 21.11.21: Sustainability standards, Xmas shopping, Xero psych, and more

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Sunday News Roundup 21.11.14: More Rousseau, Allen, Ontario economy, and more

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Consulting firms are the ‘shadow public service’ managing the response to COVID-19

The Big Four accounting firms have pivoted from advising to professional services and IT infrastructures
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Sunday News Roundup 21.11.07: Rousseau roils Quebec, Carney claims, missing sales taxes, and more 

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