In 2018, $2 million is available to support capital projects led by charitable and non-profit groups across Western Canada.
With increased revenues in 2017, FCL will return $408 million to retail co-operatives across Western Canada.
SIRCA partners are establishing a new program to improve research and training on soil remediation for properties adversely impacted by fertilizer distribution.
Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL) continues to build strong communities where it operates, becoming an Imagine Canada Caring Company in 2017.
This fall, Co-op teamed up with thousands of Western Canadians to raise more than $570,000 for registered charities and non-profits — all in a single day.
FCL has once again ranked first in SaskBusiness Magazine’s list of the Top 100 largest companies in Saskatchewan.
FCL has commissioned state-of-the-art, high-throughput fertilizer terminals in Brandon, Man., and Saskatoon, Sask.
Flaring at FCL's bulk propane plant near Estevan, Sask., was completed at noon on Monday without incident.