Two examples where Co-operatives First is promoting co-operatives in rural and Indigenous communities include seniors housing and a fishers co-op.
FCL's Winnipeg Distribution Centre – which serves 212 Co-op locations in 132 Manitoba communities – has made enormous strides in safety between 2011 and 2017.
In British Columbia, FCL and the CRC identified an opportunity to bring a new E-85 fuel to market and provide drivers with an alternative to regular gasoline.
Co-op's donation to the SJHL Assistance Program has grown thanks to support from Co-ops across Western Canada, their members and customers.
Co-op continues to be an important driver of Saskatchewan’s economy and is making sizable investments to support the province’s future growth.
The Made By Us campaign is back showcasing six more premium products and the partners that help us make them.
For the third year in a row, FCL has received a positive rating from DBRS, a globally recognized credit ratings agency.
FCL’s progression from its early beginnings to where it is 90 years later has not been a straight line. However, the principles on which it was founded remain the same.