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Congratulations, Graduates!

  • September 09, 2021
  • CCCA

Congratulations to the summer 2021 Business Leadership Program for In-House Counsel graduating class.

Managing Your Tax Advisors: Part 3

  • August 12, 2021
  • Steve Suarez

Tax law is a strange and mysterious world for many people, even most lawyers. The law is constantly changing, the concepts are challenging and the results are often counter-intuitive, making it a source of frustration for those forced to deal with it. To help businesses and their legal groups can get the most out of their tax advisors (internal and external) in a productive and cost-efficient way, here is a series of three articles on best practices.

Managing Your Tax Advisors: Part 2

  • August 12, 2021
  • Steve Suarez

Tax law is a strange and mysterious world for many people, even most lawyers. The law is constantly changing, the concepts are challenging and the results are often counter-intuitive, making it a source of frustration for those forced to deal with it. To help businesses and their legal groups can get the most out of their tax advisors (internal and external) in a productive and cost-efficient way, here is a series of three articles on best practices.

Managing Your Tax Advisors: Part 1

  • August 12, 2021
  • Steve Suarez

Tax law is a strange and mysterious world for many people, even most lawyers. The law is constantly changing, the concepts are challenging and the results are often counter-intuitive, making it a source of frustration for those forced to deal with it. To help businesses and their legal groups can get the most out of their tax advisors (internal and external) in a productive and cost-efficient way, here is a series of three articles on best practices.

Forecasting the Post-Pandemic World

  • May 31, 2021
  • Yves Faguy

Now a special advisor at Osler, Stephen Poloz is the keynote speaker at the upcoming CCCA Spring Conference on April 22. Ahead of his talk, he sat down with CBA National to discuss the role of monetary versus fiscal policy during the recovery, and to share his insight on the risk of inflation, whether the Roaring ‘20s will make a comeback, and how we can build resilience in the post-pandemic world.

Co-ops: Supporting our True North Strong and Free

  • May 18, 2021
  • Susanne Dandenault, CIC.C

In 2018, I joined Arctic Co-operatives Limited, a service federation owned and controlled by community-based co-ops in the Northwest Territories, Nunavut and the Yukon. It is by far the most rewarding job I have ever had, as the co-op movement has been important to our Arctic communities’ ability to maintain their lifestyle and culture.

You’ve Got to Be Kind

  • April 30, 2021
  • Kevin Wentzel, CIC.C

Since we first heard the word “coronavirus” more than a year ago, every aspect of our lives has been impacted. Let's prepare and plan for a brighter future together.

Forces of Change

  • April 27, 2021
  • Jennifer Brown

Life at work is probably going to be very different after a year of social upheaval.

Tips for Attendees: Making the Most of the Virtual Conference

  • March 10, 2021
  • Lynne Yryku

Our conference team has been working diligently to bring interactivity and impactful learning into this fully online experience. We did a rapid-fire Q&A with Stephanie Lockhart, our conference planner extraordinaire, to see how we are focusing on motivating, engaging and inspiring participants.