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February 3, 2016Register for our First Nations Finance & Administrative Spring Conference HERE Just fill it out, save it and email it back to us! Or print and fax to 604-925-6390

CAPA In-Person Program Coming to BC in 2016

January 26, 2016  Overview: The CAPA program is designed to enhance the knowledge and professional development of senior and aspiring administrators and managers in Aboriginal communities and organizations. The NEW in-person program managed by AFOA Canada offers a collaborative learning environment and access to best practices for working with Aboriginal communities and organizations at all levels. All curriculum was developed with senior administrators employed in ... Read More

Financial Reporting Requirements (FRR) Presentation to First Nation and Other Recipients, and their Auditors 2015-2016 Fiscal Year

January 29, 2016Download the INAC Financial Reporting Requirements (FRR) Presentation from our 2016 Audit Prep Seminars HERE  

Vancity report suggests a 58% increase in payday loan use in B.C.

January 28, 2016An increasing number of British Columbians are using payday loans to make ends meet, suggests a new report from Vancity. Between 2012 and 2014, there was a 58 per cent jump in the number of people in the province using payday loans, according to the report, Short-Term Gain, Long-Term Pain: Examining the Growing Payday Loan Industry in B.C. The short-term loans provide consumers with ... Read More
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