New agriculture leader at BDO Canada

BDO’s new national agriculture practice development leader has deep roots in the sector.  Maggie Van Camp has been the senior business editor with Country Guide for more than a decade.  

 

 Van Camp is also CEO and owner of Redcrest Farms, a broiler farm near Blackstock, Ontario. Prior to farming, she lived and worked in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and southwestern Ontario. Van Camp is a director for the Eastern Canadian Farm Writers’ Association. 

 

With more than 125 offices across Canada, BDO is a leading provider of professional services to clients of all sizes in virtually all business sectors. The team delivers a comprehensive range of assurance, accounting, tax, and advisory services, complemented by a deep industry knowledge gained from nearly 100 years working within local communities. As part of the international BDO network, the company is able to provide seamless and consistent cross-border services to clients with global needs.

 

 

 

Source:  BDO January 14, 2019 news release

 

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