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2016 International Summit of Cooperatives

Three Days of Unmissable Meetings for Business Leaders

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From October 11 to 13, 2016, cooperative and mutual managers and decision-makers from around the world can exchange and gear up in order to improve their cooperatives’ ability to ACT while working to reveal the firepower of this business model in relation to the key socioeconomic issues identified by the United Nations.

 

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CIS CASE CO-OPETITION WINNERS ANNOUNCED

BCCA recently presented the first-ever Case Co-opetition awards to 22 students and four teachers at Rick Hansen Secondary (1st place & the Think Outside the Box Award), Windermere Secondary (2nd Place & Down to Business), Princess Margaret Secondary (3rd Place & Go Big or Go Home) and Point Grey Secondary (4th Place & Radical Co-operation).

BCCA ED TO RESIGN JUNE 30

It is with regret that the Board of BCCA announces the resignation of Carol Murray as Executive Director, effective June 30, 2016. Since Carol joined our staff in 2008, she has worked tirelessly to provide excellence in leadership and management to our association.
 

BCCA Strategic Plan Update

May 12, 2016 - At this crossroads in its history, BCCA is soliciting member input on its strategic plan. A Strat Planning Task Force, led by John Kay, Vice Chair of BCCA, was constituted in February 2016 and represents 14 of our members. The goal of the planning process is to revision BCCA’s programs and services in response to shifting economic conditions and to provide increased member value

Youth Program Featured on 100.5 Radio

BCCA’s CO-OPS IN SCHOOLS PROGRAM FEATURED ON VANCOUVER CO-OP RADIO

May 4 , 2016 - BCCA’s innovative Co-ops In School Program (CIS) was featured on 100.5 Co-op Radio’s Each for All Program on May 3rd. BCCA’s CIS Program Manager, Tasha Nathanson was joined by Deborah Zhang, from UBC, Sarah Goble from BCIT and Mabel Huang from Windermere Secondary. Sarah and Deborah are two of the 34 post-secondary students who led a series of Co-op Clubs in six high schools during the school year.

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