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NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FIRM, MNP, EXPANDS PRESENCE IN ATLANTIC CANADA WITH FIRST PEI MERGER
MNP, one of Canada's largest national professional services firms, is pleased to announce that it will join forces with Prince Edward Island-based firm Bradley Handrahan Chartered Professional Accountants,
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To Boost Productivity, Canada Must Revamp Its Economic Frameworks
That refocusing requires a comprehensive rethink of policy and regulation, to arm and incentivize companies and workers to take advantage of the current and next wave of technological change. This kind of deep reform is not easy; indeed, it can be tedious and painful. But it is necessary.
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Sage launches two new integrated suites in Canada and the UK to help Accountants and Small Businesses drive growth
Canada is the next region Sage Copilot will be rolled out to and will be available at a later date. For more information, please visit Sage for Accountants and Sage for Small Business. Sage exists to knock down barriers so everyone can thrive, starting ...
Financial Post

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Opinion: Accounting sector needs a tech-forward approach
Accounting and finance functions have been rapidly evolving in recent years. Finance professionals expect a tech-first approach, yet many organisations still rely on manual processes that cause frustrations and slow down the ability of business leaders to ...
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Embedded finance is still trendy as accounting automation startup Ember partners with HSBC UK
It's proven an especially attractive approach for fintechs as it gives them a new layer of products to offer to bigger banks and financial services providers. Ember, a British startup working on an embedded tax offering,
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Nelson: Play the Last Post for Canada's mail service
The latest financial accounting by the Crown corporation shows it lost a mind-boggling $748 million last year alone. That’s about $2 million a day. During the past half-dozen years, Canada Post has bled $3 billion in red ink. Now, head honchos are warning it could run out of money within a year unless major changes are made.
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