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New Deloitte Canada report stresses stakeholder role in financial reporting quality

A new report from the Deloitte Institute for Audit Innovation and Quality reinforces the need for all parties to contribute to quality financial reporting
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Not So Fast: Federal Court Of Appeal Strongly Confirms Transactional Common Interest Privilege

Wendy Berman of Cassels Brock on how the Iggillis Holdings ruling and solicitor-cllient privilege
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Canada Revenue Agency: Solicitor-Client Privilege For Commonly Interested Parties

Solicitor-Client privilege bars the CRA from compelling legal-advice documents when a taxpayer discloses to a party with a common interest, says tax lawyer David J. Rotfleisch
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Brian Hunt, a material retirement

Directors who serve on their board’s audit committee have significantly greater responsibility today than they did 15 years ago. Retiring CPAB CEO Brian Hunt, FCPA, FCA, played a key role in that shift.
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MNP continues Eastern Canada expansion with Cornwall accounting merger

64-year-old CKDM LLP of Cornwall to be rebranded as MNP firm in June
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PwC Canada names Nicolas Marcoux new chief executive officer

Montreal-based mergers and acquisitions veteran to replace Bill McFarland, July 1
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Major audit issues down but accounting regulator wants more consistency

Consistency of execution needed across full audit cycle, says CPAB’s new CEO, Carol Paradine
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Is CPA Australia making another mistake by not hiring a CPA as CEO?

Governance expert Richard Leblanc on whether CPA Australia's move holds lessons for Canada
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CRA Tax Fraud Blotter: Paradigm Tax Deniers, GST/HST Direct Deposits

Recent news from the Canada Revenue Agency on tax fraud and evasion convictions
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Suing the CRA: Samaroo v. Canada Revenue Agency, 2018

Despite the odd bad apple, CRA professionals must be concerned about the Samaroo case, says John Grant of Miller Thomson
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The Samaroo Case: CRA slapped for malicious prosecution by BC Supreme Court

It's not unusual for immigrants to avoid banks, even stashing $100 bills. The onus was on the CRA to prove its case. It failed.
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Canadian accountant Kevin Dancey to steer global standard-setter IFAC

Former CPA Canada head appointed, as international financial, securities bodies challenge global audit standards oversight