Yearly Archives: 2016


Co-op News for November 15, 2016


  • Co-op & Mutuals Make Best Employer List
    Seven co-ops and mutuals are on the 2017 Aon Best Employers list. They are Libro Credit Union, Mouvement Desjardin, The Co-operators, Blueshore Financial, NorWest Co-op Community Health, Cornerstone Credit Union, and Kindred Credit Union. Desjardin, The Co-operators, and Kindred Credit Union have been on the list for more than five years.
  • Ontario Co-op Gets $150,000 in Federal Funding
    The Government of Canada is giving the Ontario Natural Food Co-operative $150,000. The money will be used to provide training and help the expansion of co-ops in the area. This is part of a $638,000 package to support the development of enterprises in the Sudbury region. The funding is provided through the Northern Ontario Development Program.


  • Vancouver SOUP
    Wednesday November 15, 2016
    Soup is a community support event that brings people together over a meal. Four groups pitch, you meet interesting people, you vote, you eat, and the winning group takes the proceeds from the door.
  • Wood Shop Workers Co-op / Vancouver East Side Culture Crawl
    Thursday November 17 - Sun Nov 20
    Tour their workshop and meet the staff.
    Workshop tour Shop Tour and Deconstruction Demo at 2 pm on Saturday November 19th.
  • Media Democracy Days
    Saturday November 19, 2016
    Media Democracy Days brings together media makers, activists, and educators, to celebrate independent media and social change.
  • Vancouver Co-op Radio AGM
    Sunday November 20, 2016 @ 1pm
    Registration starts at 12:30.
    Sunday November 20, 2016
    This session is open to the public, by donation. RSVP is required.
  • Co-op Cafe
    Wednesday November 23, 2016 @ 8am
    Join fellow co-operators for morning coffee and conversation. Location is yet to be announced.

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By |2016-11-28T09:01:40-08:00November 15th, 2016|News|0 Comments

Terminal City Glass Co-op – 2016 Follow-up

Each For All first profiled the Terminal City Glass Co-op on our February 10, 2015 show (You can listen to show here: Terminal City Glass Co-op Profile).

A lot has happened since then so it was time for a follow-up!

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Circle Craft Market 2016 and Terminal City Glass Co-op Follow-up

On this show:

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Co-op News for November 8, 2016



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Co-op Check-Ins w/ Patrice Pratt, Thom Armstrong and Ross Gentlemen

On tonight’s show our panel is:Patrice Pratt, Manager Director (and President) of the British Columbia Co-operative AssociationThom Armstrong, Executive Director, CHFBCShares the latest news on co-op housing developments and on the challenges facing our local [...]

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Co-op News for November 1, 2016



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Co-op News for October 25, 2016



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Coco Cafe – Where Community Works

  This summer I went kayaking out of a community called Cedar just south of Nanaimo.   The paddling was amazing with beautiful sandstone cliffs and huge arbutus trees in full bloom – but there was something else very special about Cedar that I didn't know about at the time - a little cafe with [...]

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