You may have a great plan, a solid offering, a committed team, and a virtuous mission. But you need money. And this capital has to be looking for positive social and/or environmental impact.
In a lifetime of farming, Dwight Foster has never seen anything grow like the value of his land over the past five years. The price of a plot in and around North Gower, Ont., south of Ottawa, where he has 6,000 acres, has more than tripled since the height of the Great Recession.
As fossil fuel prices continue to rise, millions of households are threatened with “fuel poverty.” We might address this by controlling energy costs, raising household income, or challenging people’s notions about home ownership. In Kirklees, England an initiative focused on
Including Canadian co-ops by the numbers, fun facts, and measuring the co-operative difference, this Canadian Co-operative Association document pulls together some of Canada's best known co-ops and simple break-downs of co-ops by governance and sector.
The 2007 Census was the first comprehensive survey of Ontario’s co-operatives (including credit unions and caisses populaires) ever undertaken. Its go... Our Co-op Toolbox is available to members only. Please sign up for your membership and gain access to these
Published by the National Cooperative Business Association for Co-op Month, this guide gives a sectoral breakdown of the co-operative movement in the ... Our Co-op Toolbox is available to members only. Please sign up for your membership and gain access to
What's so special about Nova Scotia? by Stewart E. Perry In Nova Scotia, co-operatives, government, and thousands of private citizens have becom... Our Co-op Toolbox is available to members only. Please sign up for your membership and gain access to