CPA Ontario members in good standing are encouraged to get involved in their profession and contribute to its oversight and future success. Being elected to represent CPA Ontario’s more than 90,000 members and 21,000 students provides an opportunity to help guide and lead the profession into the future, positioning your colleagues to be at the forefront of business changes – whether it’s preparing them for shifts in technology, or ensuring their knowledge extends to global business. Building on the previous year’s governance enhancements, CPA Ontario will follow the Council member election process developed in 2017 designed to support the strategic objectives of the organization.
This year, there are five seats that are up for election. Each elected member will hold a seat for three years. There are several roles and responsibilities expected of a Council member that are outlined further below.