CPA NWT/NU is the professional accounting organization in Northwest Territories and Nunavut. It operates under the three legacy territorial Acts of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. The purpose of the Acts is to: protect the public; protect the integrity of the accounting profession regulated under the Act; promote and increase the competence of registrants; and regulate the conduct of registrants. The body protects the public interest by: setting education and experience standards to become a CPA; setting education and experience standards to provide professional and public accounting services to the public; setting and enforcing high professional and ethical standards; promoting and increasing competence of members by providing a comprehensive program of learning opportunities; assessing the continuing competency of members; enforcing practice standards and rules of professional conduct of registrants; and providing a means by which complaints can be dealt with in a fair and expeditious way by investigating and adjudicating complaints against members. Submitting a Complaint against a CPA As a self-regulating professional organization, it is very important that our members, firms and students act in a professional, ethical and competent manner at all times. If you feel that the service you have received from a CPA NWT/NU member or firm, or the conduct of a member, firm or a candidate in the CPA Professional Education Program, has been unprofessional, unethical or incompetent, you may send CPA NWT/NU a written complaint which will be addressed through a disciplinary process set out in the appropriate legacy Act. The complaint should contain a description of what happened and include any supporting documentation. Complaints are to be sent to: CPA NWT/NU P.O. Box 128 Yellowknife, NT X1A 2N1 For other information or general inquires, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.