Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL) is proud to be among the first businesses to sign the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce Indigenous Engagement Charter.
One day after releasing a disgusting video of replacement workers that puts their personal safety at risk, Unifor’s Toronto-based leadership has now decided to put public safety at risk.
FCL’s profits have a purpose. That’s because every dollar of our profits stays right here to support Western Canadians and make a difference where we work and live.
Despite a decrease in sales and profitability in 2019, FCL will still be returning $649 million to local co-ops and their Western Canadian communities.
Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL) has proudly called Western Canada home for more than 90 years, and as part of this community, we’re invested in making a difference right here at home.
FCL campaigns took home seven prestigious prizes at the Canadian Agri-Marketing Association awards.
As a result of Calgary Co-op’s decision to source its groceries from Save-on-Foods, FCL will need to close its Calgary Food Distribution Centre.
Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL) is celebrating Agriculture Month in Saskatchewan with support for the growing food manufacturing industry in the province.