Through its Community Spaces program, Co-op is investing $1 million in 13 community projects across Western Canada.
Federated Co-operatives Limited, on behalf of 160 local Co-ops across Western Canada, has signed the Canada Plastics Pact, committing to reducing our plastic use.
For the fifth consecutive year, we’ve received the Caring Company designation.
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.
An agronomic program from the Co-op Grow Team with a focus on sustainable farm practices here at home has reaped national recognition.
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.