Crowe MacKay LLP is a regional firm comprised of offices across Northern and Western Canada. We were established in 1969 and have a rich history of creating growth and maximizing potential. We are a team of innovators, technical professionals, and marketers. We are audit, tax, and advisory experts dealing with a diverse range of industries. More importantly, we are people focused and know the value of creating a strong team.
We are a firm built on the foundation of local roots with the strength of a global network. We think big without feeling big, meaning you matter to us and we take that matter seriously. Crowe MacKay gives our staff ample opportunities for developing the skills and knowledge to address client issues with confidence.
The Type of Work We Do:
Audit and Assurance Services
Governance, Risk and Compliance
IT Advisory Services
Scientific Research & Experimental Development
Forensics and Litigation
Succession and Estate Planning
Crowe MacKay LLP is part of a global network of firms through our affiliation with Crowe Global.
Crowe Global is ranked as the eighth largest accounting network, consisting of more than 220 independent accounting and advisory service firms in close to 130 countries around the world.
Crowe Global member firms are known for their local knowledge, expertise and experience, balanced by an international reputation for the highest quality of services.
Smart decision. Lasting value.
From the time that Crowe MacKay LLP first opened its office doors in 1969, our focus has been on providing great service to growing Canadian enterprises. And our great service begins with great people. From our humble beginnings we have grown to a Canadian partnership made up of over 40 partners and principals with 220 professional and support staff in offices throughout Western and Northern Canada – and most recently in Regina.
Across the region we provide a wide range of accounting, auditing, income tax planning and compliance, and consulting services to in a variety of industries and sectors such as mining, oil and gas, auto dealerships, aviation, public companies, privately held businesses, not-for-profit organizations, government organizations and municipalities, and all forms of First Nation, Métis and Inuit organizations and enterprises. – less