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Meet Shiri Gershuni, CPA, CGA, MNP Victoria

Shiri Gershuni

“MNP Vancouver Island is my favourite place I’ve ever worked”

Shiri is a Manager in MNP Victoria where she works primarily with Private Enterprise clients and contributes to building a nurturing work environment for her colleagues. She speaks three languages including Hebrew, enjoys cooking exotic meals, and spends quality time with her twins and partner admiring nature.

Shiri's Story

Vancouver Island provides ample opportunities to prioritize work-life balance through its gorgeous nature and active culture. Learn more about what our team members love about what they do and where they live.

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Your career starts here

Break away from the conventional and embrace a different kind of career at an exciting and rapidly growing firm. With a focus on creativity, innovation, and fun, we want you to feel empowered to drive your career forward with us.

Victoria might surprise you

Victoria in fall

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Love Diving? Recognized by National Geographic as one of the best cold-water diving destinations on earth, take the plunge for a thrilling dive experience.

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Enjoy year-round golfing: Vancouver Island is one of the only places in Canada where courses stay open all 12 months.

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Cyclist friendly: one of the most bike-friendly cities in Canada with the highest percentage of people who bike to work.

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Home of The Royal BC Museum — an internationally renowned centre of learning and education in B.C. and a must-do historical and cultural experience.

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High tea at the Empress: enjoy high tea at the Fairmont Empress, where half a million cups are served annually.

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Explore Victoria’s Chinatown, the oldest Chinatown in Canada, to experience local cuisine, art, celebrations and festivals.


The City of Gardens: home to the country’s most breathtaking blooms at Butchart Gardens, it’s no wonder Greater Victoria has been internationally dubbed the City of Gardens.

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Tenth of the 10 driest cities in Canada: Victoria is one of the least precipitous cities in our country — and gets less rain and snow than 82% of Canada’s urban population.