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13Feb 2018

Co-op News for February 13, 2018

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News B.C.'s Airbnb go to affordable housing plans The B.C. government says it will soon profit from the short-term rental market after reaching an agreement with AirBnB on the collection of taxes. The money will [...]

6Feb 2018

Co-op News for February 6, 2018

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News Former B.C. premier Dave Barrett dead at 87 B.C.’s co-op movement, and B.C. social democrats, lost a long-time and great advocate last week with the death of former B.C. premier Dave Barrett. Barrett, who [...]

23Jan 2018

Co-op News for January 23, 2018

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News B.C. government investing in affordable homes in the Downtown Eastside The Government of British Columbia says it is investing in people in the Downtown Eastside with approximately 450 units of affordable rental housing being [...]

16Jan 2018

Co-op News for January 16, 2018

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News People’s Co-op Book Store gets a reprieve Last month, thePeople’s Co-op Book Store in Vancouver issued a notice stating that they would be going out of business at the end of this month. Founded [...]

9Jan 2018

Co-op News for January 9, 2018

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News Profit up for Federated Co-operatives Profits are up for the largest co-operative in Western Canada, and so is the amount of money the co-op is returning to members. Federated Co-operatives Limited recently reported earning [...]

2Jan 2018

Co-op News for January 2, 2018

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News Affordable Housing Agency Gets a Makeover Canada's federal housing agency is getting a makeover as the Liberal government looks to cement the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. as a vehicle to deliver more affordable [...]