The team at Each for All stands in solidarity with Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc peoples. We respectfully mourn & join the calls for honouring the 215 Indigenous children through meaningful action & implementation of the Truth And Reconciliation Commission recommendations. We broadcast from unceded, traditional and ancestral territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh peoples. We [...]
Andrea Harris, the outgoing executive director of the BC Co-op Association, shares reflections on the co-op sector. And Corey Mohr, Community Development Coordinator, for NorWest Co-op Community Health shares their approach to community health during the pandemic.
Our 1st interview of 2021 is with Zoë Creighton, coordinator of the Upper Columbia Cooperative Council. Lots going on for co-ops in BC in 2021! Plus part 2 of our EFA 2020 review.
Join us in reflecting on an unprecedented year and the stories we've covered, from co-operative's response to the global pandemic to Canada’s iconic Mountain Equipment Co-op demutualizing.
Listen in as our honourable member of parliament for East Vancouver, Jenny Kwan, and guest Thom Armstrong discuss the challenges facing housing co-operatives in these extraordinary times. As well, our regular checkins bring you news from the co-op sector.
On Oct 31, 2020, Each For All producer, and co-op educator, Robin Puga was asked to present at the CHF BC Fall Educational Conference. https://www.chf.bc.ca/event/fall-education-conference-virtual/ The following information and links were presented in Robin's afternoon workshop. Bridging Inequities: The Power of Co-ops – Fall Education Conference: Oct 31, 2020 In this session you’ll learn how [...]
Each For All covers the verdict on MEC's sale with Kevin Harding from the SaveMEC campaign. Later, our co-operative sector checkins discuss what's important to co-operatives in a BC election during a pandemic.
SaveMEC.ca! Each For All continues its search for answers as to how we can stop this from happening again. We begin with an update on the legal battles being waged by members with the support of the Canadian co-operative sector. As well, our producer Vesta interviews Seth Klein whose new book A GOOD WAR: MOBILIZING CANADA FOR THE CLIMATE EMERGENCY is getting plenty of attention.
On Monday September 14, news broke that Mountain Equipment Co-op's board of directors had unanimously approved a deal to sell MEC's assets to a private U.S. firm. MEC never asked its members (more than 5 million) to weigh in. What happened to Co-operative Principle #2 - Democratic Member Control? Listen in and find out.
Co-ops in the time of COVID – w/ John Kay, Thom Armstrong & Ross Gentleman / special guest Adam Trott
This is our monthly checkin for August 4th, 2020. Panel guests are John Kay, Thom Armstrong and Ross Gentleman. We continue our discussion of the impact of COVID-19 on co-operatives. Special guest Adam Trott is the recent winner of St. Mary's University - International Centre for Co-operative Management's essay competition #Co-ops4JustEconomy.