We are of course disappointed in the Co-op Board for dismissing these, but we also have reason to be angered by their rejection. While at some point, we may put out an item-by-item response, the key paragraph in their reasoning is this (in their specific response to the first resolution, “Democratic Control”:
The end of the five-and-a-half-month strike at Co-op— ultimately resulting in the introduction of a modified two-tier wage structure— should leave members concerned about working conditions at the cooperative with many questions.
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 show “Civically Speaking” will again feature two activists from Co-op Members for Fairness who have been active in strike action and solidarity picket organizing.
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.