The health and well-being of our communities across the country matter to CPAB. Our people engage personally and professionally in a variety of activities that make our communities better places to live. CPAB is committed to supporting our people's passions, locally and nationally.
Through our Community Matters program, which is aligned with our core values of excellence, trust, and respect, CPAB and our employees proudly contribute to community organizations across Canada that reflect those values and complement our mission. Our approach is driven by a spirit of collaboration and innovation and a desire to improve the circumstances of those in need.
CPAB works with charitable organizations who serve the community in the areas of education and youth. Our support includes some financial contributions and the volunteer efforts of our people. We provide employees up to two paid days a year to volunteer their time to an organization of their choice.
CPAB partners with Junior Achievement Canada to provide opportunities for individuals and teams to volunteer in their communities.
CPAB's business practices team is responsible for evaluating, recommending and driving the implementation of sustainable business practices and procedures across CPAB.
Keith Boocock, FCA, joined the Canadian Public Accountability Board (CPAB) in 2003, after his retirement from Deloitte & Touche. Initially appointed as a Vice-President, he became CPAB’s second CEO in 2006 and served with distinction until his sudden death in 2008.In memory of Keith Boocock, and to honour his commitment to excellence in auditing, CPAB’s Board of Directors established the Keith Boocock Doctoral Scholarship. This $10,000 prize has been awarded to five deserving Ph.D. students since the scholarship was established.
The scholarship is currently undergoing review and will be revised. A new process will be implemented in 2016. Please continue to check here for updates.