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    PwC enhances its cloud-based services with acquisition of Cinovate, a leading Salesforce Partner


    PwC Canada is proud to announce the acquisition of Cinovate, a leading Canadian Salesforce Platinum Consulting Partner with extensive experience with implementations across the Salesforce Customer Success Platform.

    Women’s Executive Network Names PwC’s Miriam Pozza among Canada’s Most Powerful Women


    PwC is pleased to announce that Miriam Pozza, PwC Canada’s Deals Leader in the Quebec region, is a winner of the coveted Women's Executive Network’s (WXN) 2015 Canada's Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Awards.

    2016 PwC Vision to Reality Awards: Recognizing Canadian Companies that have Redefined and Reshaped Business through Innovation


    This year’s Innovator of the Year award is open to companies of all sizes and industries who have demonstrated how an innovative idea has created a competitive advantage and reshaped their industry in a new or unexpected way. Whether it be product, service, process, partnership or campaign, the idea must demonstrate creative thinking that steps away from convention and has a proven industry impact.

    PwC Strengthens Presence in BC by Combining Practices with Prince George Based RHB Schmitz de Grace


    PwC Canada is proud to announce we have joined practices with RHB Schmitz de Grace, a local chartered accounting firm based in Prince George, B.C

    B.C. Life Sciences Sector Contributes $14.4B to Provincial GDP with Potential for Exponential Growth as Industry Matures


    Life sciences have the ability to transform health systems, create skilled jobs, and grow a knowledge-based economy for British Columbia, according to The Life Science Sector in BC: Economic Impact Now and in the Future, a new report prepared by PwC for LifeSciences BC. Employing nearly 180,000 people, the industry continues to grow, especially in B.C., which is outpacing other provinces across Canada.