With the theme of “Meeting Worker Co-op Challenges of 2019”, over 50 co-operators gathered for the Worker Co-op Summit in Quebec City on June 17.
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.
A look at the potential for worker self-management in the City of Jackson, Mississippi, following the historic election of Chokwe Lumumba as mayor.
Members of Mountain Equipment Co-op are making an appeal for democracy and transparency.
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.
The A-Zone on Albert Street in Winnipeg is home to Mondragon Bookstore and Coffeehouse, as well as a number of other activist organizations.
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.
An international summit, held in Quebec City, put the co-operative model front and centre on the world's economic policy agenda.
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.