From growing oysters to growing a business

The Comox Valley is home to a new accounting firm, Sharon Hadden CGA.

The Comox Valley is home to a new accounting firm, Sharon Hadden CGA.

If the name sounds familiar, it should. Hadden is the prior co-owner and manager of Fanny Bay Oysters, a company that grew to one of the largest employers in the Valley during her 20-plus years of ownership.  Hadden’s business experience has been augmented by both an MBA degree and CGA designation and she is now accepting clients at her new office location in downtown Courtenay.

“I’m excited about this new business venture. As a CGA with years of experience managing a business I understand the challenges you face firsthand. Let’s work together as a team to grow your business with sound accounting practices and tax planning,” says Hadden.

Sharon Hadden CGA can assist businesses with accounting services, personal and corporate tax filing, bookkeeping and business growth consulting services.

“I look forward to assisting existing and new clients in the Comox Valley,” adds Hadden.

Sharon Hadden CGA is located at 200 – 457 Cliffe Ave. in Courtenay, across from the Sid Williams Theatre.

Contact Hadden at 250-871-7038. Visit www.sharonhaddencga.com.

Just Posted

Valley secondary school salad bar launches at Isfeld

Although there isn’t a formal cafeteria in the school, students at Mark… Continue reading

Comox considers plastic bag ban

Council has taken one step closer to banning single-use plastic bags and straws within the town.

Risk of ‘deadly avalanches’ leads to warning for B.C.’s south coast

Weak layer of snow on Vancouver Island, Lower Mainland could trigger an avalanche

Comox Valley Cycling Coalition AGM upcoming

The Comox Valley Cycling Coalition will have a couple of special guest… Continue reading

Update: Early morning shooting in Courtenay

Reporter at taped-off scene outside apartment complex

NIC hosts high school students

North Island College hosted a High School Open House Thursday at the… Continue reading

B.C. legislature moving suspended staff controversy to outside review

Whale watching, Seattle Mariners trips billed as emergency preparedness, Speaker Darryl Plecas says

More people signing up for compulsory vaccines

Maple Ridge mom says public tired of hearing about measles

NIC Comox Valley to add student housing

168 units expected to open in 2022

UPDATE: Man charged in stabbing of woman, off-duty cop outside B.C. elementary school

Manoj George, 49, is facing two counts of aggravated assault and two counts of assault with a weapon after the incident on Wednesday, Feb. 20.

Federal fisheries minister calls for precautionary approach to fish farming

Government still reviewing Federal Court’s decision on PRV – Wilkinson

Why do zebras have stripes? Perhaps to dazzle away flies

Researchers from University of Bristol look into why zebras have stripes

Poll: More voters believe Canada doing worse under Trudeau government

22 per cent believed the country is doing better and 27 per cent said things are the same

HBC shuttering Home Outfitters across Canada

North America’s oldest retailer is revamping its various stores to improve profitability

Most Read