Ever wonder what your liability is as a Board Member of a NFP co-op in Ontario?
Carly Dunster is establishing herself as a food lawyer in Toronto, and lucky for the Local Organic Food Co-ops, she has an interest in co-operative law as well! Read her explanatory blog post below, or visit her website here. This
Co-operatives are required to provide a copy of an Offering Statement to prospective buyers of their securities before any purchase is made. Every Off... Our Co-op Toolbox is available to members only. Please sign up for your membership and gain
This guide describes the forms and documents which the Co-operative Corporations Act and the Regulations require co-operatives to file. It also lists the records that co-operatives have to keep. The document was published in May 2011.
Individual co-ops are stronger when they work together. A secondary co-operative is a co-operative business democratically controlled by its members, all of whom are themselves co-operatives and share certain aims or values in common. The secondary co-operative can be a way for
Minister's Schedule of Required Fees Fees made under the Co-operative Corporations Act:, subsection 187 (1): Description Fees ... Our Co-op Toolbox is available to members only. Please sign up for your membership and gain access to these tools. Login