Situated in the hearts of downtown Prince George, Quesnel and Vanderhoof, our offices' partners and employees serve clients in all of northern British Columbia. The Prince George office is close to everything the city has to offer. An array of tempting restaurants and unique shops are just steps away, and close by is the Civic Centre Plaza, home to the city’s vast Public Library and the Two Rivers Gallery.
Prince George is a community rich in culture, complete with a symphony orchestra, concerts, dance companies, theatre and museums. The CN Centre at Exhibition Park is an entertainment hub and draws high-quality sports and performers.
For those interested in leisure pursuits, the city has an abundance of recreational facilities. For instance, the city boasts an aquatic centre and leisure pools, sports fields and arenas and more than 120 parks that offer a wonderful escape. Outside the city, you’ll find provincial and regional parks that are perfect for hiking, canoeing, camping, cross-country skiing and much, much more.
Quesnel offers pristine wilderness and inviting city gardens, providing an amazing setting for nature lovers.
At the geographical centre of British Columbia, Vanderhoof is home to peaceful views of rolling hills, lovely walks in their scenic downtown and numerous wilderness retreats.
Forestry has traditionally played a vital role in the region’s economy, and Prince George is also a staging centre for mining companies in the region. A strong manufacturing sector has emerged to support the natural resource industry, and other growth industries include high technology and tourism.
Our Prince George, Quesnel and Vanderhoof people work with clients in the public sector, not-for-profit organizations, Aboriginal/First Nations groups and entrepreneurial businesses. As a result, the career choices at KPMG are numerous and provide a range of opportunities to gain experience. Becoming a member of our team provides you with a series of exciting challenges and interesting prospects.