All co-ops are organized according to seven internationally respected principles which are based upon the pioneers of the Rochdale principles. They have since been modified and are promoted by the International Co-operative Alliance. FACTSheet Co-op Principles
Detailing how co-operative enterprises differentiate from not-for-profit organizations, this Ontario Co-operative Association FactSheet offers informa... Our Co-op Toolbox is available to members only. Please sign up for your membership and gain access to these tools. Username or E-mail Password Remember
This FactSheet from the Ontario Co-op Association outlines how co-operatives are different from business corporations. Co-ops and investor-owned corporations compared, from the National Cooperative Business Association in the US.
This plain-language translation of the internationally-recognized co-operative principles makes them more clearly understood. Try putting them into your own words! Co-op_Principles_plain_language_version
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
On Co-op has a large online library providing information on co-op development, the various co-op sectors, and the socio-economic impact of co-operatives in Ontario. Some of these documents cannot be found anywhere else on this site, but are easily accessible
Developed by the Ontario Co-op Association to inspire a co-operative conscience, this curriculum can be linked to Ontario high school civics, business, and world studies curriculum. All 4 Each Ontario Curriculum Links
From the Ontario Co-op Association, a slideshow overview of co-operatives. ... Our Co-op Toolbox is available to members only. Please sign up for your membership and gain access to these tools. Login