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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - May 28, 1986, Winnipeg, Manitoba Winnipeg free May 1986 is presidents Challenge react quickly to a changing world the Brandon Ca is not Only Lead tog Manitoba accountants during their Centennial it also the first Institute president from a Community outside born in he articled with touche Rosa and in Winnipeg in the Early 1960s and then moved to Brandon to set up his his firm Norris Penny and a head office in Brandon and branches in Winni Virden and Penny says that of the institutes live in Manitoba the remaining 800 have moved elsewhere but still retain their icam the Cas Are evenly split Between practitioners in Public practice and Thon who work for government acid with 80 per cent of them ing from a Winnipeg there is a Good distribution of chartered accounting firms around the province with Cas providing service in just about every major Penny but accountants outside Winnipeg Felt a Little lonely until the Imp because they were rarely represented on the institutes governing since Rural members Haye always had a voice because our bylaws were changed to stipulate that the Council must include at least one Ca from outside Winni the icam president says the num Dona Penny says accountants used to be but technology is turning them into Ber of chartered accountants in Manitoba has been growing slowly and steadily in line with the prov inces stable but unspectacular growth until a year he enough accountants were being graduated Here to meet but a recent upsurge in the Economy has prompted some firms to Mart recruiting in other there is reciprocity across Canada in our he a Ca moving from one part of the country to another must join the Institute in his new province and then he can immediately open a looking Demy Tayi one of the biggest challenges Tor chartered accountants will be to keep Pace with rapid changes in if the Challenge is to be met Success he the Institute will have to constantly upgrade and improve its education programs both for present chartered accountants and newcomers entering the we want chartered accountants to continue to be leaders in the business he if we fail to place major emphasis on our education there is a Dan Ger that we will fall behind the other professions and keeping abreast of technology poses a dilemma for Cas in that Fey fund their educational pro grains without any financial Tance from unlike Doc tors or lawyers whose training is partly subsidized by the Public chartered accountants have traditionally been Independent Fessio nals who control their own standards and pay Tor their own we have two sources of Educa Tion levies on Institute members and fees from students who enter our Arti cling programs after completing a University de says we have increased the institutes an Nual membership dues by to to reflect our increased emphasis on education that is just the Start because members must Nallie the Pitfalls that await our profession if we fall being immune from the heavy hand of government also has its benefits because Manitoba Char tend accounting firms Are free to charge customers whatever rates they while admitting that the system is totally free Penny says Cas cant get too far out of line on Tola because they Are go vurned by the Competition of the marketplace and the institutes code of we Are proud of the Independence of our profession and we must be doing a Good Job because nobody has Ever challenged us to give up says by being we can react quickly to a changing world and that is exactly what we Are Winnipeg r3c message from the honourable Pearl Mcgonigal lieutenant governor of Manitoba i am delighted to extend my warmest Greet Ings and sincere Best wishes to All those celebrating the Centennial of the Institute of chartered accountants of for me it is a particular pleasure to congratulate the Institute of chartered accountants of Manitoba on this special Milestone in your his it is important to recognize that this anniversary has been acknowledged by a number of events to honour 100 years of service the i wish you continued Progress As you reflect on the past and plan for the Mcgonigal the Premier of Manitoba Winnipeg r3cov8 to the Institute of chartered account ants of Manitoba it is a warm pleasure for me to extend the Heartiest congratulations of the government of Manitoba to the Institute of chartered accountants of Manitoba on the occasion of its Centennial the achievement of special milestones such As this provide an Opportunity to assess the Road that has been travelled and to Chart a course for the years Over the years the accountancy profession has played an increasingly important role in our society and the Institute of chartered accountants is to be commended for its ongoing efforts in fostering Quality developing professional standards and ethics and a Range of other activities aimed at enhancing the role and image of the accountant in May the institutes first one Hundred years of service to the Community serve to launch another one Hundred years in your continuing Pursuit of Yequis William mayor the mayor no Caria on behalf of the members of City Council i am pleased to extend greetings to the member of the Institute of chartered accountants of Manitoba As you celebrate the institutes Centen we in Winnipeg Are fortunate to have an Institute of this calibre and we thank you for being a very important part of our cites business on the occasion of Celebration of this Milestone i congratulate the Institute members for 100 years of service to the City of Winnipeg and its William mayor Scotia Bank Scotia Bank wishes to offer its congratulations to the Institute of chartered accountants of Manitoba on the occasion of its the Institute is to be commended for 100 years of dedicated service to Dor Sweatman congratulate the Institute of chartered accountants of Manitoba on their first Centennial Walter Nathan David Barre Hall Donald William Hamilton Donald Dougia Marglo Charyl Hall Alan Sweatman Ellen Albl Kenneth Maclean Karen Simonsen Dianne p Paskewitz William Molloy Irwin Bruce Thompson Michael Sinclair William Percy Richard Adami Thomaa Kirk Paul Brett William Burnett Nell Trenholm Robin Kersey Jamee Ripley Douglas Talt Brian Gordon Derek Woode Peter mule Alan Derieu Alan tee water Stanley Farreh Michael grew Robert Adelne Douglas Abra David Brett Gregory Taxon Dunlop Kane Coheen Suche Jamet Edmond Stephen Chipman Kelly Antoine Hacault 5003 Lombard puce 1571930 congratulations to the Institute of chartered accountants of Manitoba on its 100th the business travel card for people going

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