Conferences

CWCF Conference 2020

Postponed to November 2021 in Vancouver (dates to be determined) Our 2020 AGM is happening virtually on November 13, 2020.  More information can be found here: https://canadianworker.coop/events/cwcf-agm/  Nathan Schneider, author of Everything for Everyone: The Radical Tradition that Is Shaping the Next Economy presented a webinar on July 28, 2020 on how the economic crisis Covid-19 has CWCF Conference 2020


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CICOPA in NY for the Platform Cooperativism Conference 2019

(from the Winter 2019 issue of CICOPA Link) CICOPA took part in the Platform Cooperativism Conference 2019 held at the New School in New York from the 7th to the 9th of November. Many CICOPA Members and cooperators around the world gathered to discuss ownership in the platform economy, trends of governance and learn from one another. Enriched by keynote speeches by Trebor CICOPA in NY for the Platform Cooperativism Conference 2019


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CICOPA at the ICA & ILO joint event on the Future of Work in Geneva

(from the Winter 2019 issue of CICOPA Link) In commemoration of the ILO Centenary, the ILO and the ICA had co-organized in Geneva on 24th of June a conference to reflect on the role of cooperatives in addressing key issues in the future of work and promoting decent work. A panel discussion was organized with representatives from CICOPA at the ICA & ILO joint event on the Future of Work in Geneva


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Rapport sur la journée bilingue de CoopZone/ Report on CoopZone’s Bilingual Day

Par / by Amine El Hafa **English version follows.** La journée bilingue de CoopZone a été un franc succès. Pour cette année, CoopZone a pensé environnement et énergie renouvelable. Les sujets abordés ont eu bonne presse auprès des participants du fait de leur diversité et complémentarité. On a parlé d’économie circulaire, la coopération et notre Rapport sur la journée bilingue de CoopZone/ Report on CoopZone’s Bilingual Day


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Building Resilient Communities: CWCF-CoopZone Conference 2019

By Kenzie Love and Hazel Corcoran CWCF concluded a successful conference in Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia, which offered both valuable new insights in forums and workshops and the familiar social and networking opportunities participants have come to expect. The conference kicked off with a land acknowledgement, welcoming remarks by CWCF President Reba Plummer and CoopZone President Building Resilient Communities: CWCF-CoopZone Conference 2019


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CWCF AGM News

By Kaye Grant At our recent AGM in Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia, the board election was held.  CWCF has three new board members: Frank Bezanson-Harris from Just Us Coffee Roasters Co-op in Grand Pré, NS (At-Large Director), Jessica Valentine from Woodshop Workers Co-op of Vancouver (BC/Yukon Director – completing a term, for two years) and Evan CWCF AGM News


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2019 AGM Documents

Below are the files related to CWCF’s 2019 AGM in Tatamagouche.  We regret that these documents are available only in English.  / Nous regrettons que de ces documents ne soient disponibles qu’en anglais. Si vous avez besoin d’aide pour comprendre la langue, consultez en français s’il vous plaît avec la directrice générale Hazel Corcoran, hazel@canadianworker.coop.  Merci. AGM agenda 2019 AGM Documents


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Bio of Hannah Martin

Hannah Katli’n Martin is a Mi’kmaw woman from the traditional, unceded territory of Taqamiju’jk (Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia) Mi’kma’ki (territory of the Mi’kmaq) and is a member of the Millbrook First Nation community. Hannah is a recent graduate from the Honours Indigenous Studies program at McMaster University, and completed her degree as a 2015 Joyce/Crawford Loran Bio of Hannah Martin


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