This is an episode of our From the Archives series, where shows that got lost in our private archives now get their chance to shine. Because of the changing nature of time, some information may be outdated. In this episode of Each For All, we talk to Marty Frost, a prolific member of the co-op [...]
We hosted the entire class from BCIT’s post-secondary course Co-operatives and Community Development at Co-op Radio for a station orientation and a few for an interview.
On tonight’s show we hosted the entire class from BCIT’s post-secondary course Co-operatives and Community Development at Vancouver Co-op Radio. The course is part of BCIT’s Advanced Sustainable Business Leadership Program and we learned all about this program from the students, found out about what is driving them to study sustainability, and how co-ops can provide a unique role in sustainable businesses.
We're pleased to bring you a series of interviews from the 25th Anniversary AGM of the Canadian Worker Co-op Federation. Each For All producers Josh Peterman and I attended the conference and asked three questions: - Who are you? - What is your co-op? - What advice would you have for someone wanting to start a co-op like yours?
This year our co-op joined the Canadian Worker Co-op Federation and attended the 25th Anniversary AGM. It was an immense amount of fun and so interesting to meet people from across the country who are following their passions.
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 [...]
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 [...]
During Spring Break 2016 I went to visit family in Toronto and do my first interview for Each for All. That's Reba Plummer, co-executive director of the Urbane Cyclist worker-coop which began in 1997. She's [...]
I really enjoyed working on this show because I love libraries and am a teacher-librarian at an elementary school in the Lower Mainland.
"This is a national project of historic proportions that demands the support of not only government, but community organizations, private enterprises and individual Canadians"-- Kathy Bardswick, President and CEO of The Co-operators, who've recently committed $250, 000 to help new refugees.Full Details On Cooperatives And Mutuals Canada Want to get involved or support welcoming refugees? Contact [...]