We are excited to announce that Pulver Crawford Munroe LLP has joined the South Island Prosperity Project (SIPP) as the first law firm member in their regional economic alliance. SIPP acts as an integrator of leaders and sectors to create key partnerships with the goal of collectively nurturing a more innovative, diversified, inclusive and sustainable economy.
SIPP CEO Emilie de Rosenroll said, “We’re pleased to welcome PCM as our first law firm member.” She added, “With their extensive experience in labour and employment law, PCM expands the sectoral diversity and expertise of SIPP’s regional alliance.”
SIPP is a non-governmental organization that collaborates with over 70 public and private-sector partners in Greater Victoria, including 11 local governments, nine First Nations, three post-secondary universities, nine industry groups and nonprofits, and more than 30 major companies.
We are proud to join SIPP in its commitment to building a resilient, sustainable and prosperous economy throughout the South Island region. Our team in Victoria supports local economy builders by providing strategic, practical, and effective legal advice on workplace law issues. We look forward to working with other SIPP members who strive to better our communities.
The SIPP and Pulver Crawford Munroe LLP alliance will provide expertise in labour relations and employment law matters in Greater Victoria. Our firm has always been committed to the growth and well-being of the communities where we work and live.
We are delighted to be part of an initiative that fosters collaborations that support new integrated solutions that will bring a positive impact to our region.
As our SIPP colleagues know, we are better when we work together!
To learn more about our new alliance visit the SIPP website.