An expanded delivery fleet is helping Co-op respond to record-high demands for propane from agricultural producers.
From its start sourcing apples, twine and coal, FCL has grown into a multi-billion-dollar co-operative partnering with local Co-ops to provide products and services to consumers.
The unseasonably wet harvest is causing record-high demands for propane to use in grain drying and delays in service from propane suppliers such as Co-op.
Co-op's donation to the SJHL Assistance Program has grown thanks to support from Co-ops across Western Canada, their members and customers.
Co-op continues to be an important driver of Saskatchewan’s economy and is making sizable investments to support the province’s future growth.
For the third year in a row, FCL has received a positive rating from DBRS, a globally recognized credit ratings agency.
Co-op is helping to build places for everyone in communities across Western Canada with funding for 24 local projects this year.
FCL has committed to the Co-operative Development Foundation of Canada's Breaking New Ground Campaign.
In support of building a strong agriculture economy in Western Canada, FCL welcomes the passage of the Transportation Modernization Act.