Co-operatives and Mutuals Canada

Co-operatives and Mutuals Canada (CMC) allows our members to speak with a single voice. CMC is a national, bilingual association that represents more than 18 million co-operative members from 9,000 co-operatives.

CMC activities are targeted at helping co-operatives form, develop and thrive. Through advocacy with the federal government, CMC provides a knowledgeable voice to encourage national policies that strengthen the co-operative economy. CMC also supports wide-ranging research in partnership with leading research institutions and government to inform policy.


Unimat de Mont-Joli sous les couleurs de BMR

La Coop Purdel a récemment annoncé que son Centre de rénovation Unimat de Mont-Joli se présentera désormais sous les couleurs de l’enseigne BMR.
« C’est avec fierté que nous affichons l’enseigne BMR, la Force de la rénovation, a souligné Laurent Proulx, président de La Coop Purdel. Justement, la force de cette marque de commerce et la confiance que lui portent les consommateurs constituent des avantages concurrentiels dont sauront tirer profit nos membres et nos clients. »

Green power projects at risk

New community-owned solar power projects slated for development in Leeds and Grenville are at risk of not getting off the ground due to a lack of community support, according to an energy co-op.

La Coop fédérée participates in Agro Carbon Project

Sous l’égide de la MRC des Maskoutains et de la Coop Carbone - dont LaCoop fédérée est un membre fondateur - le projet Agro Carbone vise à aider les intervenants de la filière laitière de la MRC à mettre sur pied des projets de réduction de gaz à effet de serre rentables.

Nelson Co-operatives collaborate to show co-operative advantages

An energized group of Nelson co-operatives is preparing to host the Kootenay premiere of a new documentary film.
A New Economy highlights the demand for changing traditional economic practices for the good of both humanity and the environment.

MEC, President’s Choice top UVic’s Trust Index

Trust takes a long time to build, but can be destroyed very quickly, according to the dean of the University of Victoria’s Gustavson School of Business.Saul Klein, who unveiled the school’s second annual Brand Trust Index Thursday, said over the course of the last year an analysis of consumer behaviour suggests trust is hard won, but easily lost.