Co-operative Innovation Project

Governance Co-ops Public Policy Development

We need to take the co-operative business model more seriously as an economic and social development tool for rural and Indigenous communities in Western Canada.

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Co-operative Innovation Project

Fulton, M., Pohler., D., Massie, M., Overlander, D., & Wu, H. (2016) Co-operative Innovation Project. Centre for the Study of Co-operatives: University of Saskatchewan.

Pohler, D., & Fulton, M. (Nov 8, 2013) Why we should take the co-operative business model more seriously. Saskatoon StarPhoenix.

Fulton, M., & Pohler, D. (2014) Co-operative Development in Rural and Aboriginal Communities. Saskatchewan Business Magazine, April/May.

We visited communities from British Columbia to Manitoba, spoke with over two thousand people by phone, had over 350 community administrators answer a web-based survey about their community, and had a chance to learn from co-op developers on the ground about the intricacies and challenges of co-operative development in rural and Indigenous communities.

We need to take the co-operative business model more seriously as an economic and social development tool for rural and Indigenous communities in Western Canada.

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