The Canadian Worker Co-operative Federation releases its special March newsletter, featuring information regarding a summit with Noam Chomsky.
Many Canadians believe there's a trade-off to be made between employment and environmental sustainability. But that doesn't have to be the case, particularly if we look at co-ops as a source of jobs.
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Hazel Corcoran talks about her work with the Canadian Worker Co-op Federation to get the resources in place to support worker co-ops, enterprises owned and democratically run by workers.
You could build economic structures on hockey fan passions, confident that they won't easily ebb away. Why not? Because feeling part of larger things is at our core.
Until now, ownership and participation in Canada's growing green energy sector has been dominated by private sector interests. It looks like things may be starting to change.
This week's #CityTalk goes to the heart of Montreal's Plateau district to hear from Jamie Klinger, a member of Co-op sur Genereux.
In a year that the UN has declared the "International Year of Co-operatives" the elimination of the only federal program for co-op development is not only hard to understand, it is misguided.
The already dire housing crisis in Vancouver is about to worsen with the mass expiration of funding and operating agreements for 25,000 social housing units.
Members of MEC are reacting to a proposal to give its board control over the co-op's elections.
The board of directors of Mountain Equipment Co-op has introduced a Special Resolution that seeks to give the board power to choose which candidates appear on the nomination ballot.