This week, we will be publishing a substantial interview with Ms. Atkinson on our website so that members can be acquainted with her thoughts and vision for improving Saskatoon Co-op and Co-op more generally. Until then, we wanted to put her Director Nominee profile, which she submitted to the Saskatoon Co-op Board, for members to consider her candidacy.
The Saskatoon Co-op 2020 AGM meeting is virtual and requires your advance registration by Sept. 30, 2020.
Co-op Members For Fairness (“CM4F”) is seeking nominees to stand for election to the Saskatoon Co-op Association Board of Directors at the Annual General Meeting in 2020. Everyone who is involved with CM4F is encouraged to help in this search by locating suitable individuals and encouraging them to consider standing for election.
On May 13, 2019, Co-op Members for Fairness endorsed Erika Ritchie as a candidate for the Saskatoon Co-op Board. We encourage all Co-op members to vote for Erika at the June 20 AGM at TCU Place, 6PM.
Carroll Chubb: A sufficient number of Members of the Board [could] support reopening negotiations with the Union for the purpose of returning to a one-tier wage structure.
On May 13, 2019, Co-op Members for Fairness endorsed Ashlee Hicks as a candidate for the Saskatoon Co-op Board. (See more profiles of Co-op Members for Fairness candidates here.) We encourage all Co-op members to vote for Ashlee at the June 20 AGM at TCU Place, 6PM. We conducted this interview with Ashlee by email. […]
“The Co-op Board is at risk of being unable to evaluate management’s performance, and the labour dispute highlighted this weakness.”
SASKATOON—The Saskatoon Co-op Board has rejected the resolutions submitted by a group of Co-op members for its upcoming AGM, which will make a likely fractious AGM even more contentious.
The Co-op Members for Fairness Nominations Committee invites Saskatoon Co-op members to submit their names and résumés for consideration by April 10, 2019.