The City of Surrey, with its burgeoning high technology, clean
energy, advanced manufacturing, health, education, agriculture, and
arts sector, is British Columbia's second largest city and is
one of Canada's fastest growing cities. Surrey is also home to
Crowe MacKay's 7th office, which opened its doors in 1991.
Since that time, Surrey has doubled in population to just over
500,000 making it the second largest city in the province and the
twelfth largest in Canada.
As Surrey has grown, Crowe MacKay has
too, with internal transfers from Vancouver and the merger of Lake
& Associates to accommodate the growth and demand. Fast forward
to 2015, our Surrey office, with resident partners Bill Gill and
Craig Elliott is home to close to 20 professionals and support
As an organization that has grown
alongside of its community, the team in Surrey recognized that
their strength was in their clients and the place in which they do
business. The firm believes that a strong community creates endless
opportunities for education, employment and increased quality of
living. Not only do they get involved with charitable organizations
as a firm, but employees are supported and encouraged to
participate as individuals. Their initiatives include:
The Surrey Christmas Bureau Adopt-a-Family program
A $1,000 scholarship awarded to a Kwantlen Polytechnic
University student with a career objective of pursuing a CPA
designation who is also active in the community
Fundraising and sponsorship for charities focused on children
including Variety, the Children's Hospital, Sunshine
Foundation, The Centre for Child Development and the Sweet Smiles
Society (benefiting City of Angels Orphanage and House of Hope and
Love Transition House in Mexico)
Sponsorship of the Water for People Golf Tournament
As they approach their 25th anniversary in the community, Crowe
MacKay's team in Surrey proudly lives the firm values –
we care, we share, we invest, we grow – and looks forward to
the continued success of their city.
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