Announcements

  • 2019 Professional Fees

    2019 membership invoices have been mailed out. In order to pay fees online, members must click on the link below - you'll be asked to log-in first.

    Receipts will be automatically emailed upon processing of payment, so be sure your contact information is correct - update your profile security settings too, so potential clients can find you!
  • CMC-Canada Members Sweep Top Honours at 2018 International Constantinus Awards

    At this year’s International Constantinus Awards, Canada swept all three top prizes for excellence in management consulting! 120 projects from 20 countries were assessed for the 2018 awards by an international jury. Of the those that were selected for the final round, 3 were from Canada.
  • Dwight Mihalicz elected as new ICMCI Chair, the first Canadian to hold the position since 1993

    CMC-Canada congratulates Dwight Mihalicz FCMC on being elected as Chair of ICMCI (CMC-Global) for a 3 year term. Dwight recently served as ICMCI treasurer (5 years) and now assumes the lead of this global association of 50 Institutes of Management Consulting (IMCs).
  • Ted Rogers MBA Internal Case Competition - Request for Judges

    Ted Rogers MBA program is recruiting judges for its internal case competition on Friday, October 19, 2018. The theme for this year’s business case is analyzing the cannabis business strategy in the Canadian market. 

    The competition will be at the Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University (55 Dundas Street W), from 9:00am to 1:00pm. It will be followed by a lunch where the students will have an opportunity to meet the judges to receive feedback. If you’re interested, please contact Ryerson’s Dale Carl.
  • Upcoming Webinar: The Emotionally Intelligent Consultant

    How can management consultants differentiate themselves in a competitive market, while continuing to build their practice?  

    Join our upcoming webinar on Wednesday, October 3 – and learn why a healthy dose of emotional intelligence skills will help build your reputation as a trusted advisor.
  • National Supplier Advisory Committee - Contract Simplification Working Group

    CMC-Canada Members,

    Our association is represented on the National Supplier Advisory Committee (SAC), the purpose of which is to bring about potential improvements to government procurement and develop a better understanding of supply and demand.

    The SAC has discussed establishing a working group on Contract Simplification to examine the current content and structure of government contracts to identify where and how they can be simplified.

    We have an opportunity to provide feedback on the direction of this group. To do so, please email your answers to the questions below, along with your name / title to marketing@cmc-canada.ca by September 13 end of day - and your answers will be incorporated into our submission to the SAC this week:

    a) What are your desired objectives for this sub-working group?

    b) What issues related specifically to simplifying the content of contracts are you interested in discussing?

    c) What other topics related to contract simplification are you interested in?
  • CMC-Canada Announces Canadian Nominations for 2018 International Constantinus Awards

    CMC-Canada thanks all of those who submitted projects for Canadian nomination to the international Constantinus Awards, showcasing excellence in consulting services worldwide.
  • CMC-Canada joins CMC-Global in Celebrating ISO 20700

    Stakeholders from twenty countries, including Canada, attended a CMC-Global event in Vienna to demonstrate their support and discuss how the standards for management consulting services will evolve and be implemented in the future.
  • Advocacy Update – Tax Changes Affecting Small Businesses


    CMC-Canada is a member of the Coalition for Small Business Tax Fairness – a unified voice of close to 80 organizations across the country who oppose the federal government’s tax proposals that dramatically change the way incorporated small businesses are taxed in Canada. 

    The Coalition – on behalf of hundreds of thousands of its members – recently deployed several new correspondents:

    -A letter to Finance Minister Morneau with suggested approaches on how to protect passive investments.
    -A request to provincial ministers for assistance on the taxation of passive investment income. 

    You can read the letter to Minister Morneau / a sample provincial letter (sent to BC’s Minister of Finance and Deputy Premier in our Media Room:
  • Shape the future of the CMC designation!

    The CMC Competency Framework is undergoing its first major update in 10 years. As the project nears completion, the larger CMC community is asked to provide its feedback and comments. 

    As a member of CMC-Canada, your perspective is highly valuable in shaping the foundation of this organization. 

  • Advocacy Update – Tax Changes Affecting Small Businesses

    The Coalition for Small Business Tax Fairness, a unified voice of more than 70 organizations representing hundreds of thousands of business owners across the country (including CMC-Canada members), outlined today the need for further important fixes to small business tax changes. In a new letter to Finance Minister Morneau, the Coalition thanks the government for starting to address some of the most serious concerns related to passive investment rules. However, we also identify a number of areas with respect to the tax changes that remain concerning to small business owners, and make several recommendations.
  • New Partnership: CMC-Canada and University of Toronto, Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering

    The Canadian Association of Management Consultants (CMC-Canada) is pleased to announce a new partnership with the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering. The initial objective is to prepare students within U of T’s Master’s of Engineering (MEng) programme for a career in management consulting, and the Certified Management Consultant (CMC) designation.
  • READ: Winter 2018 Issue of Consult

    Check out the latest issue of Consult, an online publication of CMC-Canada, featuring in-depth analysis by association members on the topics management consultants need to know. That includes governance, change management, leadership best practices, workplace well-being, and much more:
  • Update: Tax Changes Affecting Small Businesses

    The Coalition for Small Business Tax Fairness, a unified voice of more than 70 organizations representing hundreds of thousands of business owners across the country (including CMC-Canada members), has written a new letter to Finance Minister Bill Morneau. The letter raises concerns about the recently announced changes to income splitting rules for families and upcoming changes to passive investment rules. Read the letter via the link below:
  • 2018 Membership Fees

    2018 membership invoices have been mailed out. In order to pay fees online, members must click on the link below - you'll be asked to log-in first. Receipts will be automatically emailed upon processing of payment, so be sure your contact information is correct - update your profile security settings too, so potential clients can find you!
  • JDC West 2018

    JDC West is the largest business competition in Western Canada, being held January 12-14 in Calgary. Sponsored by CMC-Alberta, members from across the country will be attending this three-day event that showcases academics, athletics, debate, and an out-of-the-box social competition. For more information, visit:
  • NEW: Tax Coalition welcomes Senate recommendations, remains concerned with income sprinkling rules

    The legislation on income sprinkling released by Finance Minister Bill Morneau this week, while a step towards clarity, still represents an administrative and financial burden for a number of small businesses and the families that own them. 

    Read the latest news release from the Coalition for Small Business Tax Fairness, a unified voice of now almost 80 organizations, including CMC-Canada, representing hundreds of thousands of business owners across the country.
  • READ: CMC-Canada's Third Letter to Minister Morneau

    Despite the federal government’s partial adjustments to its small business tax changes, business groups are still troubled about the potential negative effects the revised proposals will have on small and medium-sized firms. The concerns are spelled-out in a new letter to Finance Minister Bill Morneau by the Coalition for Small Business Tax Fairness, a unified voice of now almost 80 organizations, including CMC-Canada, representing hundreds of thousands of business owners across the country.

    Read the letter via the link below: