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Five-Minute Brief: How to Prepare for IFRS S1 and S2

In early March, the Canadian Sustainability Standards Board (CSSB) released its draft Canadian Sustainability Disclosure Standards for public consultation through June 10, 2024. The disclosure standards remain voluntary while the CSSB continues to engage with Canada's regulatory bodies who determine the mandatory application rules for publicly listed enterprises in the country. To prepare for Canada's proposed sustainability disclosure standards, Quinn+Partners details three steps companies can take immediately to prepare. You can read the Five-Minute Brief: How to Prepare for IFRS S1 and S2 here.

Five-Minute Brief: How to Prepare for IFRS S1 and S2

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