About Each For All
Co-ops are everywhere, from housing, to health, to art, to finance … to radio! But co-ops are a secret hiding in plain sight. People know the word but little about what they are and the work they do. At Each For All we’re changing that, one show at time!
Each For All: The Co-operative Connection is a one-hour weekly current affairs and advocacy program bringing you profiles, interviews, and reports from the world of co-ops. If you know nothing about co-ops but are interested in a democratic business model, or if you wrote the book on co-ops and want to hear what’s happening in the co-op world, join us every week at 8pm on Tuesday on CFRO, Vancouver Co-op Radio (Live-stream).
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Each For All team recieves CCEC Inman award
Left to Right: Josh; Robin Puga; Sandy Goldman; Dale McGladdery; Paul MacDonald; and Tracy Kliesch, General Manager, CCEC Credit Union
Host and executive producer Robin Puga has been with Each For All from its beginning in 2006. Robin studied at the British Columbia Institute of Co-operative Studies (BCICS) and is active in the co-op community. In addition to working in the technology sector he’s a founding member of the CanTrust worker co-op and board member of the BC Co-op Association.
Host and senior producer Dale McGladdery began his co-op journey in 2014 when he joined the show. He came from the podcasting world to explore an interest in radio and happily discovered the world of co-ops hiding in plain sight. Dale’s day-job in the technology sector also means he’s the most likely one to be updating WordPress plugins. When he’s not working on the show you might find him playing board games, watching B-Movies, or attending live storytelling events around town.
Host and producer Josh has been a member of the team since 2015 and is the show’s self appointed Leader of Sound Operations. The least likely member to get behind the microphone, Josh’s skills are at the sound board or editing. His background is in Audio Engineering and his passions lay with music and pop-culture. Josh is currently living in a fortified compound in Shaughnessy.
Host and producer Sandy Goldman loves radio and being part of the Each For All Team. She’s a big fan of folks working together towards common goals especially those that strengthen local communities. Sandy adores life by the sea, dog watching, cooking and gardening with kids at UBC Farm.
Host and producer Paul MacDonald is the newest member of the team. Like many British Columbians, Paul is a member of several co-ops. Through Each For All he’s exploring his keen interest in how they operate, the business model they represent, and how they serve their members and communities. He says he’s appreciative of the patience his colleagues have shown him — especially when he tries to bring coffee into the control room — but we try to tell him we’ve all been new and had imposter syndrome.
History of Each For All
Each For All: The Co-operative Connection began airing on Victoria’s CFUV radio in May 2006. We started as a project of the British Columbia Institute of Co-operative Studies (BCICS) with the blessing of its director, Dr. Ian MacPherson. The idea was pretty simple; take Co-operative Studies to the airwaves. We wanted to tell co-operative’s stories, examine the co-operative sector, and share the knowledge with the widest possible audience.
The BCICS project was coordinated by Robin Puga who also co-hosts. BCICS alumni Eryk Martin, Lindsay Kearns, and Colin Dower were among the early producers and hosts.
In October 2008, Each For All underwent a reinvention. With producers and hosts moving and finding new employment the Each For All project was wrapping up. The BCICS made the recommendation that the core group of hosts form an informal collective to continue producing the show independently. The first seven seasons of the show are attributed to BCICS and used on this website within their Creative Commons license. Sadly, the BCICS closed its doors forever in 2014.
Robin Puga began airing Each For All on Vancouver Co-op Radio (CFRO) on February 7th, 2008. The show continued to explore co-operatives through profiles and interviews, and expanded its scope to explore topics across the Social Economy.
In 2014, Dale McGladdery joined the collective and brought a wealth of ideas and enthusiasm to revitalize the show.
Today the Each For All project continues through the volunteer efforts of its hosts and producers. We continue to examine the social economy, share stories, and mobilize information about co-operatives. We strive to make it a community-lead project of which the BC Institute for Co-operative Studies would be proud.