CPA Ontario protects the public interest by ensuring our members meet the highest standards of integrity and expertise. We serve and support 97,000 members and 21,000 students in their qualification and professional development in a wide range of senior positions in public accounting, business, finance, government, not-for-profits and academia.
And, as the governing provincial body of a self-regulating profession, we play multiple roles of serving our members and students with a commitment to quality and efficient delivery, providing certification, continued training and learning for profession, developing cutting-edge ideas and thinking that evolve the profession, upholding the public’s trust in and ensuring the integrity of the profession and championing the interests of our profession with the business community and beyond.
The Kababayan Multicultural Centre (KMC) was founded in 1977 by Ruben Cusipag, Tessie Jew, Voltaire de Leon, Carmencita Hernandez and Helen Mascardo. Over the years, KMC has been a strong presence in the community, advocating for the rights of Filipino people in Toronto, while assisting in the settlement of newcomer here in Toronto. As we push on into the future, we expand our mandate to empower newcomer of all racial groups who seek to equity and social inclusion here in Canada.
Kababayan Multicultural Centre (KMC) is dedicated to working towards the development of a strong immigrant community that is proud of its cultural heritage and its contribution to Canada by providing settlement services to facilitate integration of newcomers, addressing systemic and institutional barriers to social inclusion, adopting people-oriented approaches to the delivery of servers, re cognizing skills, experience and education of newcomers and collaborating with partner agencies and organizations to create a just and humane society.