10Jul 2018

Paper Sessions: CASC 2018 – CASC Preview, Trends in Credit Union Mergers, & The Case of Prairie Dog Magazine

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This show is our first in depth look at the 2018 CASC Conference that took place at the University of Regina from May 30th to June 1st, 2018.

4Jun 2018

CASC Showcase: CASC 101 / Walmart & Nicaraguan Farm Co-ops / Fairtrade Co-ops

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In this show Each For All host Dale McGladdery discusses Fair Trade co-ops with Professor Darryl Reed of York University, and the impact of Walmart on farmer co-ops in Nicaragua with Dr. Sara Elder, Mitacs Canadian Science Policy Fellow.

3Jun 2018

Co-operative Congress 2018 Preview

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The Co-operatives and Mutuals Canada (CMC) fifth annual Co-operative Congress is taking place in Victoria, British Columbia, June 19–21, 2018. Host Sandy Goldman gets an overview of the Co-Op Congress from Paul Cabaj, the CMC Manager of Co-operative Development and Strategic Partnerships.

27May 2018

Cooperative Federalism

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What is "cooperative federalism" and how does it impact the Trans Mountain pipeline? BC based aboriginal and constitutional lawyer Jack Woodward explains.

8May 2018

Ontario Co-operative Association

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Our friends at the Ontario Co-op Association are a wonderful crew of co-operators. We met up for a lengthy discussion of the exciting work they do to support co-ops in their province. Have a listen.

22Apr 2018

ZooShare (North America’s 1st Zoo-Biogas Plant)

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ZooShare, a unique project that will soon be helping convert animal manure, or poo, from the Toronto Zoo and food waste from grocery stores into fertilizer and renewable power for the Ontario grid. We spoke with Daniel Bida, the executive director of ZooShare, to get the full poop, pun intended, on the project.