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Letter to Saskatoon Co-op Board from Tim Quigley, lawyer and former U of S Professor of Law

Co-operatives Act 1996 Cover and Table of Contents

CM4F member, lawyer, and former professor Tim Quigley has written a letter to the Saskatoon Co-op’s Board of Directors. In the letter, Tim calls for the resignation of all the directors (other than the two CM4F newly elected board members) because of their handling of the labour dispute, conduct at the AGM, and their rejection of […]

Candidate Profile: Erika Ritchie

Erika Ritchie, candidate for Saskatoon Co-op Board

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.

Candidate Profile: Ashlee Hicks

Ashlee Hicks, endorsed candidate

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. […]

Why the Saskatoon Co-op Board is wrong to dismiss our submitted resolutions

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 2018-19 Co-op strike: where do we go from here?

Co-op Rally Collage (credit: UFCW 1400)

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.

Call for nominations

Board Elections

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.