Grey Areas No 194, “Perspectives on Transparency,” March 2015
This article is a review/discussion of themes emerging from the CLEAR regional symposium in Toronto on the topic of transparency. It highlights that transparency is essential for regulators to honour public interest, to educate the public, to increase accountability and to help the regulator become aware of issues that might not have otherwise been apparent.
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Complications Where a Practitioner Practices in Multiple Jurisdictions
Complex issues can arise where a practitioner is registered in multiple jurisdictions and misconduct concerns exist. In Mema v Chartered Professional Accountants of Alberta, 2020 ABQB 486, http://canlii.ca/t/j99mc, the practitioner was registered in both Alberta and British Columbia. Allegations of misconduct arose primarily in respect of conduct in British Columbia. Regulators in both provinces received complaints of similar misconduct. It appears that the Alberta regulator proceeded first and that the regulator in British Columbia was awaiting the outcome in Alberta.
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Regulation Pro Blog, October 13, 2020
Making Their Mark Museum Exhibit
The exhibit will be in Pincher Creek at the Kootenai Brown Pioneer Village from August 1 to October 31.
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