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ALL THE CANADIAN CPA CHAPTER CE INFORMATION

Alberta

The Alberta chapter provides the following information on their website. 

Source: CPA Alberta

British Columbia

The following guidance is provided for CPAs in the province of BC.

"CPD is learning that develops and maintains professional competence to enable members to continue to perform their professional roles. Any new learning and development that is relevant and appropriate to a member's work/professional responsibilities and growth as a CPA will qualify for CPD."

Source: CPA British Columbia

Manitoba

The following guidance around CPD is provided in the FAQs section of the website.

"Learning activities offer significant intellectual or practical content that provides a member the opportunity to develop new or existing competencies in areas relevant to a member's professional responsibilities and growth."

Source: CPA Manitoba

New Brunswick

The following is published on the New Brunswick CPA website.

"A member shall sustain professional competence by keeping informed of, and complying with, developments in professional standards in all functions in which the member provides professional services or is relied upon because of the member's calling"

Source: CPA New Brunswick

Newfoundland & Labrador

No guidelines were available when consulting the public website for Newfoundland & Labrador.

Source: CPA Newfoundland & Labrador

Northwest Territories & Nunavut

The following information is available on their website.

Source: CPA Northwest Territories & Nunavut

Nova Scotia

In Nova Scotia, the following information is published on their website:

If the Member has a Public Accountants Board of Nova Scotia license to perform audit engagement, they must undertake CPD related to public accounting, and will be required to complete an annual self-assessment and declaration in accordance with national guidelines which have been established to address IES 8 - Professional Competence for Engagement Partners. 

Source: CPA Nova Scotia

Ontario

In Ontario, all CPD must:

Be relevant to your professional responsibilities and competencies as a CPA.

Be quantifiable, meaning it's able to be expressed in terms if a specific time requirement - contain significant intellectual or practical content.

Pertain to activities directly related to the competencies needed to engage in the practice of public accounting, if you are applying for or renewing a Public Accounting License.

Source: CPA Ontario

Prince Edward Island

In PEI, the following guidance has been provided in the CPAPEI CPD Policy. Learning activities must:

Be quantifiable in terms of hours or parts of an hour.

Be directly related to the competencies the member is required to demonstrate to practice as a chartered professional accountant or, where the member is a licensee, as a public accountant.

Be relevant to the member's current practice or long-term career interests.

Contain significant intellectual or practical content related to practice as a chartered professional accountant or, where the member is a licensee, as a public accountant.

Source: CPA Prince Edward Island

Quebec

The CPA chapter in Quebec provides guidelines for all CPAs regarding what qualifies for CPD credits. Additional information is available here.

Point number three specifies the following: "Every continuing education activity must allow members to maintain, update, improve or extend the skills and knowledge required for the practice of public accountancy."

Although our courses may qualify for CPD in the province of Quebec, it should be noted that our courses are in english only and deal with Federal initiatives, not provincial ones. As an example, we have a course that covers the Canada Pension Plan (CPP). We do not offer any courses on QPP.

Source: CPA Quebec

Saskatchewan

The Saskatchewan chapter provides its members with a Guide for CPD Reporting which is available on their website. 

Source: CPA Saskatchewan

Yukon

The CPD requirements in the territory of Yukon are aligned to those in the province of British Columbia. Please visit their webpage for further information.

Source: CPA Yukon

This page was last updated in April 2022.




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