Change will continue to disrupt business models and alter the future of work. At the same time, Canadian CPAs have the skill sets to successfully navigate change and build a future for our profession. Canadian CPAs use adaptive, innovative and resilient mindsets to develop strategies, that not only drive success, but also help shape the future. They are transforming relationships and building community. It’s a very exciting time to be a CPA!

Doing good business, the Canadian way More and more, the concept of “good business” in Canada refers to the ideals and principles that define the best of what it means to be a Canadian; ethical, equitable, transparent, accountable and sustainable. Doing good business is about a lot more than just making money, especially if you’re Canadian. It’s about harnessing your expertise for social and economic good.

This issues we learn how CPAs are Drivers of Change. Business is changing faster than ever with new rules and new ways of thinking. CPAs are at the center of this rapidly changing business landscape. They are found harnessing technology and data for informed decision-making to minimize the disruptive nature of change and to address the need for prompt, knowledgeable action. CPAs demonstrate daily the value the profession brings in helping organizations chart a course in the presence of constant change.

In this issue we celebrate our members. We thank our volunteers and congratulate our newest Fellows. You can also meet our 2016-17 CPA SK Board members, read about our 2016 CPA Conference and learn about local and national events.

This issue brings your invitation to the CPA SK AGM and Member Conference in May 2016; features the first Saskatchewan CPA graduates from the new CPA Program; includes a member profile; and provides you with various news and events, business resources, programs and professional updates.

Check out the December 2015 issue of CPA SKConnect. In it you will find information about CPA Saskatchewan’s anniversary celebrations, the Fall 2015 CPA Convocation, a Member Profile, PD programs, resources, events, updates and our provincial and national CPA news.

On this issue of CPA SKConnect members can find updates on CPA SK activities and unification across Canada. As well, this newsletter features the CPA SK team members and provides highlights of the 2015 CPA Conference.

In this issue we celebrate new members, as well as accomplishments of CPAs. As well, members will find their invitation to the 2015 CPA Saskatchewan Conference in Saskatoon. Hope to see you there!

In this issue CPA Saskatchewan celebrates the proclamation of The Accounting Profession Act in Saskatchewan, as well as its newest members. In addition, members will find useful information on regulatory matters, professional development and business resources.

Members of CPA Saskatchewan are known for sharing their talents with others. Members serving their professional designation use their gifts and abilities to strengthen the Mission and Vision of CPA Saskatchewan and they are an example of leadership and giving. For all your time, effort and hard work, we say thank you to all our volunteers, past and present. We also thank all members who have volunteered with other organizations. We salute all of you.

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