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Annie Bourbonnais

Annie moved from Montreal to Prince Rupert in April 2017 after several extended trips to British Columbia’s Northwest proved irresistible. She can now go hiking, climbing, kayaking and swimming at a moment’s notice. Annie is proud to be part of Prince Rupert’s warm and inspiring community and looks forward to becoming a bona fide Rupertite in the years to come.


Annie trained at PWC, a major international accounting firm, at their Montreal office and qualified as a Chartered Professional Accountant in 2017. Her training allowed her to work with a wide range of clients in a variety of industries.


Gerald Seller

Jerry was born and raised in Calgary and before moving to the BC coast with his young family. The mountains, forest, and waters of the coast appeal to his outdoorsman’s soul. He enjoys the solitude of walking in the woods, is an avid golfer and fisherman and enjoys skiing and curling.

Jerry earned his BComm from the University of Calgary, then articled with Clarkson Gordon, earning his accounting designation in 1975. He joined Carlyle Shepherd & Co. as a partner in Prince Rupert in 1981. He enjoys working with clients to ensure their continued success in business, applying his business acumen and varied accounting and managerial knowledge. His strong audit background has enabled him to work with numerous First Nations groups on the North Coast contributing to their operational evolution and systems development.


Kathy Turner

Kathy has spent most of her life in BC, but also lived in Fort McMurray for several years. Prince Rupert has been home for thirty years and she loves the natural beauty of the area. She loves to travel, cook and keeps active through a combination of volleyball and racquetball.

Kathy began working in public practice as a teenager and has worked for several firms with different areas of concentration such as fishing, farming and the oil and gas industry. She joined CS&Co, Prince Rupert, in 1987 and enjoys working with clients, and sharing her knowledge and experience.

Sharon Landrath

A vacation in Prince Rupert was enough to convince Sharon to leave the hustle and bustle of Vancouver city life behind her. As the newest member of our Prince Rupert team she’s been impressed with her warm ‘Rupertite’ welcome, loves seeing deer almost every day but is still getting used to the six-minute commute (down from an hour and a half each day).

Sharon has sixteen years of public practice experience and achieved her professional accounting designation in 2004. More recently, she spent eight years with the Office of the Auditor General of Canada auditing the Federal and Territorial Governments and their Crown Corporations and Agencies (including Not-For-Profit Organizations).