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Events Calendar

April 30, 2020

Government Income Support/Wage Subsidy Programs for Business Owners & Advisors
Presented by Kim G C Moody, FCPA, FCA, TEP
Event Starts: April 30, 2020
Time: 12:00 noon - 1:00 pm
Location: Webinar

PASC is pleased to present this free webinar 


The COVID-19 pandemic has caused an unprecedented response which has chilled economies around the world.  This has lead countries to respond by providing income supports to individuals and businesses.  With news changing daily, it is a struggle to keep up with the changing legislataion to Canada's response to the crisis.

Our presenter - Kim G C Moody, FCPA, FCA, TEP - CEO of Moodys Tax - will provide an overview of the various Canadian governments’ responses and provide tips and traps with respect to such income supports


CEO | Director, Canadian Tax Advisory

“People who know me know that I’m only really good at one thing – tax! I’m the guy that carries the Tax Act everywhere, dinner with my wife, hockey games, to bed. At least I started to look a bit cooler once it was available on iPad!”

The antithesis of the status quo, Kim is driven to innovate new and better ways to do things for the clients he serves, the advancement of the firm, and other professionals in the tax profession. His relentless obsession with getting to know everything in the Tax Act makes him a highly sought-out resource for peers and clients. And while a dyed in the wool tax geek, he has a unique ability to transform the technical details into plain English to make the information real and relevant.

As an energetic, serial entrepreneur himself, he has always been drawn to work with like-minded people. Kim’s primary area of expertise is tax and estate planning for owner-managers of private corporations and executives, particularly those who have entered into the tax complexities that come with being affluent. Though admittedly not one himself, he also works with many professional athletes (a guy has got to dream after all).

Deciding years ago that sleep was highly overrated, Kim also makes time to share his immense knowledge through writing, lecturing, teaching, and being an active leader in the national tax profession. His enthusiasm and commitment to make a lasting impression on the tax world knows no bounds. He also recently fulfilled his long-standing goal of receiving admission into law school and is currently exploring ways to fit this ambition into his busy schedule.


May 14, 2020

Essential Carbon Tax Discussion
Webinar Provided by PJVA & PASC
Event Starts: May 14, 2020
Time: 12:00 noon - 1:00 pm
Location: Webinar


Essential Carbon Tax Discussion
May 14, 2020 12:00 (noon) - 1:00 pm


Our May 14th PASC/PJVA  Virtual Event will take place online at Noon until 1:00 pm on the timely topic of "Cross-industry Perspectives on the New Carbon Pricing Environment in Alberta – a Panel of the Pro’s in the Trenches” 

With David Crawford, Indirect Tax Partner at RSM Canada LLP, Jeff Smith, Manager Indirect Tax, Pembina Pipeline Corporation, Dan Beauchamp, Commodity Tax Manager, Imperial Oil Canada and Evan Capatos, Tax Manager, Gibson Energy.

Our panelists are professional tax practitioners working in Upstream/E&P as well as Pipelines & Transportation, Gas Processing & Marketing and Gas Liquids Production & Sales. The panel will address their real life experiences with the transition from the previous Alberta carbon levy regime, to no regime, then back to a hybrid system (Ottawa’s carbon tax) involving the federal fuel charge and the new Alberta carbon pricing on emissions known as TIER or the Technology Innovation and Emissions Reduction legislation.

 Free for PJVA & PASC members and $10.00 + gst for Non-Members

Register here!  Once registered, a Zoom link will be sent to you with login details.


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