CPA group says it will stop working with CPP

Posted November 09, 2018 09:15:00 A group of CPA’s says it is ending its association with the Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board after CBC News revealed it was behind a $25,000 donation to the Conservatives that helped fund the group’s membership.

CPA Canada, which represents more than 400,000 professionals, announced the decision in a letter to its members on Thursday.

It also says it plans to suspend its relationship with CPGIB.

The letter came after CBC reported CPA is using its membership to pay for political and social advertising that appears on CPPIBCs websites, as well as on the website of the CPPB, the union that represents the members. “

We thank you for your understanding and support as we move forward.”

The letter came after CBC reported CPA is using its membership to pay for political and social advertising that appears on CPPIBCs websites, as well as on the website of the CPPB, the union that represents the members.

CPPIRB spokesman Mark McQuade said in an email to CBC that the association is not endorsing political campaigns, and that it is reviewing its relationship.

“As part of this review process, the CPA will evaluate its relationship and the nature of its political activity with CCPB,” McQuae said.

“This is a process that is currently under review and the CPEB will take appropriate action as appropriate.”

In a statement, CPP Board spokesperson Adam Kowalski said the association has “no further comment” at this time.

A spokesperson for the Conservative Party said the party was “disappointed” by the decision.

“CPA Canada has always been supportive of the Conservative Government and is proud to have had our members as a trusted partner,” the statement said.