In This Issue
  • Conference 2021 Overview, by Kenzie Love
  • Un tour d’horizon du Congrès de la FCCT 2021, par Kenzie Love
  • CWCF AGM News, by Kaye Grant
  • Report - Among the Canadian Cooperators, by Elias Crim
  • Eric Tusz-King Receives Mark Goldblatt Worker Co-op Merit Award
  • London Brewing Receives Worker Co-op Best Practices Award
  • CWCF Seeks BIPOC Board Advisors - apply by December 20th
  • CWCF Member News
  • Reminder: Conference Evaluation/Rappel: l'évaluation du Congrès
Conference 2021 Overview
By Kenzie Love

CWCF's first-ever fully virtual conference provided a great sense of community and a series of interesting presentations and workshops. Note that video recordings will be posted as they are ready, along with slides.

Un tour d’horizon du Congrès de la FCCT 2021
Par Kenzie Love

La toute première conférence entièrement virtuelle de la FCCT a fourni un grand sens de la communauté et une série de présentations et d'ateliers intéressants. Notez que les enregistrements vidéo seront publiés dès qu'ils seront prêts, avec les diapositives.

By Kaye Grant

CWCF's AGM featured the usual business, including presentation of the financial reports and budget, reports from the President Reba Plummer (above) and the Executive Director, and acclamation of four directors to the board.

Report - Among the Canadian Cooperators
By Elias Crim

With about 70 others (total Conference registration of 165), we attended the Nov. 16 sessions of the Conference hosted by the Canadian Worker Co-op Federation and came away energized, impressed, and better informed.

Eric Tusz-King Receives Mark Goldblatt Worker Co-op Merit Award

Eric received the award for his many years of dedicated service to the worker co-op movement.

London Brewing Receives Worker Co-op Best Practices Award

London Brewing Received the award for their commitment to sustainability and the use of local ingredients and for their innovative marketing practices.

CWCF Seeks BIPOC Board Advisors

As announced at the AGM, CWCF is seeking two BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and other People of Colour) Board Advisors. Applications are due to Executive Director Hazel Corcoran by December 20, 2021.

Member News

  • La Siembra:
  • Until December 10th, 2021, enter promo code LASTSALE21 at checkout and enjoy your Camino and Equal Exchange products with a 15% off!
  • La Siembra is also hiring a bilingual communications coordinator.
Reminder : Conference Evaluation/
Rappel: l'évaluation du Congrès

If you attended the Conference and haven't already done so, please complete this brief conference evaluation. It will only take a few minutes, and will help us plan next year's conference. The survey will close at the end of the day on Tuesday, December7.

S'il vous plaît, cliquez sur ce lien pour fournir votre évaluation du Congrès. SVP remplissez l'évaluation aussitôt que possible, et d'ici la fin de la journée mardi 7 décembre.
The Canadian Worker Co-operative Federation (CWCF) is a national, bilingual grassroots membership organization of and for worker co-operatives, related types of co-operatives (multi-stakeholder co-ops and worker-shareholder co-ops), and organizations that support the growth and development of worker cooperatives. CWCF's e-newsletter is available free of charge to anyone with an e-mail address and an interest in worker co-operative developments in Canada. Please send any comments and suggestions, or news about your co-op, to:  

Kenzie Love
Editor of CWCF Newsletter 
(403) 276-8250 
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