Pat Atkinson is extremely well-qualified to serve as a Board member for the Saskatoon Co-Op, having had decades of experience as a Minister in several different government portfolios, as well as a trainer teacher helping citizens to improve knowledge and skills in financial accountability and good governance.
Yvonne’s strong lifelong foundation in co-operative values and practices, rural farming roots, her leadership of several local organizations including CHEP, Station 20 West, and ideas for growing our Co-op make her an ideal candidate for the Saskatoon Co-op Board.
Tajinder’s work in the agriculture and food industry, background in farming, and love for and service to the Saskatoon community make him an ideal candidate for the Saskatoon Co-op Board. We are thrilled to endorse Tajinder as a board candidate in the upcoming Saskatoon Co-op AGM.
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.”