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.

News

Mentorship program strengthens co-op ties

The mentorship program is a global development initiative created by the Canadian Co-operative Association (CCA) and supported by the Co-operative Development Foundation of Canada.

De jeunes coopérants, mais aussi de jeunes entrepreneurs

À nouveau cette année, les Coopératives jeunesse au travail de Mirabel sont, en effet, de retour. Il s’agit des COOP de Saint-Augustin, Saint-Canut et Saint-Janvier qui, chacune, loge à la Maison des jeunes du secteur en question.

Credit Unions Do Good Work, So Why Is BC Hobbling Them?

1. Credit unions are uniquely local economic engines. Profits don't end up in the hands of institutional investors in New York or London, but are distributed to the membership or are donated locally. Every dollar saved is loaned back into the community many times over. Yet as a result of this B.C. government policy, $80 million of additional tax paid between 2016-2020 will result in $1.2 billion less in local loans, according to Central 1 Credit Union.

Thousands pack CBC Calgary Co-op Stampede Breakfast

Thousands of people packed into the CBC Calgary Co-op Stampede Breakfast at 1724 Westmount Blvd. N.W. on Thursday morning to meet CBC hosts and personalities as well as local celebrities, win prizes, hear live music, chow down on pancakes and more.

Manque de relève: 1900 entreprises menacées de fermeture

La Coopérative de développement régional – Acadie (CDR-Acadie) a lancé l’initiative en 2014 et compte intensifier ses efforts au cours des prochaines années. L’organisme, basé à Caraquet, a reçu 150 000$ du gouvernement fédéral pour mettre en œuvre ce projet.