COVID-19: CPA New Brunswick Office Closure

Given the current developments of the public health concerns around COVID-19, and as an effort to help mitigate the spread of the virus, please note that, effective Monday, March 16th, the CPA New Brunswick team will be working remotely, and that our office will remain closed until further notice.

CPA New Brunswick COVID-19 Statement

We at CPA New Brunswick have been closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation and are deploying measures in order to protect the overall health and safety of our employees, our members, and the general public.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has officially declared the COVID-19 a pandemic. In response, we at CPA New Brunswick are taking proactive and responsible measures to ensure we maintain a safe environment for all, which includes temporarily closing our office at 860 Main Street in Moncton.

In the interim, please be assured that all services will continue to be available via our staff working remotely, and our website and Facebook page will be updated with additional information, as it becomes available.

We will also be postponing and rescheduling specific CPA NB-related events until further notice, however registrations for our online learning opportunities will still be accepted.

We will continue to be in contact as this situation develops. Until then, please be safe, and do not hesitate to reach out to us at any time if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.

We appreciate your patience and continued cooperation during this difficult time.

Thank you.


Mylène Lapierre, CPA, CA, CFE
President and Chief Executive Officer
Chartered Professional Accountants New Brunswick

Additional Information

For more information on COVID-19, including prevention & risk, symptoms & treatment, and travel advice, please visit the Heath Canada website.

The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Moncton has assembled a list of government assistance programs announced to date to help you and your business through this crisis:

Resources for Business

Survey from the Atlantic Chamber of Commerce

The Atlantic Chamber of Commerce is soliciting your participation in a short survey to gather information on the specific scope of impacts on Atlantic Canadian businesses and the economy.

The main objective is to guide our governments to implement effective programs to minimize the personal and commercial impacts. Please access the survey HERE.

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CPA New Brunswick

We are the Chartered Professional Accountants of New Brunswick (CPA New Brunswick). Our vision is for the Canadian CPA to be the preeminent, globally-respected business and accounting designation.