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New campaign aims at increasing co-op engagement in Fair Trade

Canada's two national co-operative associations, together with two organizations involved in the Fair Trade movement, have launched a campaign aimed at engaging more co-ops and credit unions in Fair Trade.

 

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Book Release - Humanizing the Economy: Co-operatives in the Age of Capital

New Book Release -  Humanizing the Economy: Co-operatives in the Age of Capital by John Restakis. This book is being released by New Society Publishers in association with the BC Co-operative Association and the Centre for Co-operative and Community Based Economy at UVic. 

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Making our Message Heard - BC Election 2013: A New Vision for BC

As the election draws near, BCCA has been in discussion with the provincial parties to highlight the role that co-operatives can play in fashioning a new vision for economic and social development in BC.

We believe that now is the time to highlight the contribution that co-ops and credit unions have made to the health and wellbeing of individuals and communities across the province. We want to show how co-operation can reconcile the economic needs of our province with the legitimate environmental and social concerns of British Columbians.

People are looking for a vision that promotes economic development that is socially responsible, and social development that is economically viable. 

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