Worker Co-op Tours Are a Highlight of Conference 2023

CWCF’s Conferences can always be counted on to deliver great presentations, workshops, and networking opportunities. This year, however, features an additional draw, courtesy of the Conference’s location in Quebec City: tours of the city’s dynamic worker co-op scene, which will visit four local enterprises. It’s one of the many parts of this year’s Conference you won’t want to miss, so register now for your chance to participate.

  • La Coop de Yoga is run by three dynamic yoga teachers who were work colleagues, developed a great team spirit and wanted to create a yoga studio that reflects their values of equality, sharing, reciprocity and solidarity. The co-op strives to make the practice of yoga affordable and accessible for everyone.
  • MamboMambo is a multidisciplinary team that works in branding, printed design and the design and development of websites, relying on collaborative working methods. They act as collaborators with clients to advise on a common goal: creating a remarkable brand.
  • La Boite à Lune is a queer-owned tattoo co-operative.
  • After our keynote presentation, be sure to join us for a visit to a fourth local worker co-op, the microbrewery La Barberie, a pioneer brewing cooperative in Québec, recognized by artisan beer lovers far and wide.