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Sherri Barnes (left) and Kwamena Mensa harvest fresh vegetables from the high tunnel at D-Town Farm in 2014. Image: U.S. Department of Agriculture/D-Town Farm/Flickr
Robin Browne | The death of George Floyd has many Canadians saying we're glad we're not like the U.S. Modeling initiatives like the Detroit People's Food Co-op would be a good place to make an exception to that.
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Christopher Majka | Politician, publisher and preacher: Gary Burrill is all this and much more. A keen analyst of social and economic development in the Maritimes, Burrill is vying for leadership of Nova Scotia's NDP.
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Ajamu Nangwaya | A look at the potential for worker self-management in the City of Jackson, Mississippi, following the historic election of Chokwe Lumumba as mayor.
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MEC members | Large co-ops in Canada have a history of drifting toward acting like for-profit companies run for shareholder profit, seeing their member-owners as customers rather than owners.
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Tania Ehret | The A-Zone on Albert Street in Winnipeg is home to Mondragon Bookstore and Coffeehouse, as well as a number of other activist organizations.
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Brian Van Slyke | Though I've always known the Canadian movement is much more vibrant than the American one, the full extent didn't truly hit home until I interacted with it in person.
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Approximately 200 youth take part in the Future Cooperative Leaders Program.
Brian Iler | An international summit, held in Quebec City, put the co-operative model front and centre on the world's economic policy agenda.
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Members of MEC are reacting to a proposal to give its board control over the co-op's elections.
MEC members | 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.