14Aug 2018

Co-op News for August 14, 2018

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Replacing the Greyhound Bus might involve co-ops Community co-ops or a hybrid of private and public buses might be solutions to B.C.’s sudden Greyhound bus crunch, say transportation professionals and experts. Greyhound announced it is [...]

7Aug 2018

Co-op News for August 7, 2018

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B.C. solar power industry—including co-ops—still bright despite regulatory changes B.C.'s solar power industry is looking on the bright side despite recent changes from BC Hydro designed to scale back growing surpluses of consumer-produced power. Greg [...]

17Jul 2018

Co-op News for July 17, 2018

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News Community Land Trust opens 90 new co-op homes in Vancouver The Co-operative Housing Federation of BC and the Community Land Trust have launched Vancouver’s newest co-op housing development. A presentation centre on East Kent [...]

19Jun 2018

Co-op News for June 19, 2018

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Canadian Co-operative Investment Fund makes first investments The Canadian Co-operative Investment Fund has approved the first four investments from its $25 million fund. And a B.C. co-op is among those investments. The Kootenay Country Store [...]

12Jun 2018

Co-op News for June 12, 2018

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News Co-op Housing Federations meets in Victoria, celebrates 50th Over 700 housing co-op members and staff from across Canada met last week in Victoria for the 50th Annual Meeting of the Co-operative Housing Federation of [...]

5Jun 2018

Co-op News for June 5, 2018

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News Vancouver Island pre-school co-op could be closing A rent increase from the local school district could force one of Western Canada’s oldest school houses — and a pre-school co-op — to close its doors. [...]