PracticeAccounting FirmsPwC celebrates a century in Canada

PwC celebrates a century in Canada

First office opened in Montreal in 1907

Big Four firm PricewaterhouseCoopers
has celebrated 100 years of operation in Canada.

The first Canadian office of PwC opened in
Montréal, Quebec in 1907
with only two people on its staff – it now boasts a national organization with
over 5,200 partners and staff in 25 locations across Canada.

‘There are but few organizations that have celebrated 100 years in business,’
said
Chris
Clark, PwC’s CEO
for Canada.

‘It is a testament to the hard work and commitment of our partners and staff
across the country and all those who came before them. Since 1907, PwC has grown
with the country providing our clients with service excellence and giving back
to the communities in which we live and work.’

Further reading:

KPMG Canada sued for unpaid overtime

Deloitte receives Canadian accolade for pension plan

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