Sharon Alford becomes the 17th President/Chair of the Board for FCL and the first woman to serve in this position.
FCL was honoured to be recognized by Co-operatives and Mutuals Canada at Congress 2019 in Quebec City on June 19.
FCL is acquiring a 150 million litre-per-year ethanol plant near Belle Plaine, Sask., to meet existing fuels standards and prepare for incoming national Clean Fuel Standard.
After a full review of its feed business, Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL) is consolidating feed production from six facilities across the Prairies to three.
The Wastewater Improvement Project (WIP) was singled out as an industry-leading environmental initiative at the Saskatchewan Association of Watersheds Annual Conference.
In 90 years of annual meetings, Federated Co-operatives Limited delegates have witnessed the business’s evolution. What hasn’t changed, though, is that FCL has always invested its profits in Western Canada.
FCL is investing $41.8 million to build a new state-of-the-art, high-throughput fertilizer terminal near Grassy Lake, Alta.
Entering its fifth year, Co-op Community Spaces is dedicating $2 million in funding and is accepting applications for capital projects bringing Western Canadian communities together.