FCL has developed a new canopy constructed of 48 photovoltaic panels as part of a new pilot project at a Co-op Cardlock location in Regina.
The first Western Nations-branded gas bar is now open as a result of a partnership between Lake Country Co-op and Sturgeon Lake Developments Ltd.
Construction is underway as two First Nations are the first communities to partner with their local Co-ops on developing Western Nations Gas Bars.
Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL) has recently rebranded its ethanol-production facility in Belle Plaine, Sask., to align it with the Co-op brand.
Co-op is partnering with Indigenous communities to supply and support their independent, locally owned gas bars across Western Canada.
An innovative collaboration among FCL, a federal funding agency, and the University of Saskatchewan is improving how contaminated sites are cleaned up.
Co-op supported more than 185 local organizations this year.
Spring seeding is just around the corner and Co-op continues to be well-positioned to meet the increased fuel demands of Western Canadian farmers as they head into the field.