FCL took another step toward a sustainable future with our approved offer to purchase land north of the Co-op Refinery Complex in Regina.
We're committing to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 40 per cent below 2015 levels by 2030.
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.
As residents of Western Canada are coming back together, Co-op's funding 15 local projects that will help rebuild community connections.
An innovative collaboration among FCL, a federal funding agency, and the University of Saskatchewan is improving how contaminated sites are cleaned up.
Instead of farm to fork, it’s field to glass with a partnership turning a Saskatchewan crop into a new beverage.
Co-op supported more than 185 local organizations this year.
FCL has been recognized as a national leader in community engagement and has retained its Caring Company designation for a fourth year.
Co-ops across Western Canada are helping to create places for everyone with 17 projects funded through the Co-op Community Spaces Program this year.