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's 2018-19 Sustainability Report is now available featuring highlights from the past year across our business.
FCL recognizes the need to reduce plastic waste, and we’re actively seeking solutions, particularly with single-use plastic.
In the last year, the Co-op Refinery Complex has focused on reducing the impact of sulphur in the refining process and the gasoline and diesel fuels we produce.
Co-op HCR diesel will be the first time a renewable diesel blend over 50 per cent has been commercially available in Canada.
Innovative climate-smart practices such as 4R Nutrient Stewardship can improve both the quantity and quality of food without compromising food security, making agriculture more sustainable, more productive and more resilient.
Co-op's involvement in the food-production cycle is unique from supplying growers with fuel and crop inputs and working directly with food manufacturers to stocking the resulting products in Co-op Food Stores
FCLcontinues to make progress on our diversity and inclusion journey. After initial information sessions and survey of employees in 2017, we launched a comprehensive strategy in January 2019.
This year, Co-op is providing $2 million to fund 26 projects across Western Canada.