2 edition of Survey of the co-operative movement in the Province of Quebec. found in the catalog.
Survey of the co-operative movement in the Province of Quebec.
Conseil supГ©rieur de la coopГ©ration de la province de QuГ©bec. 5. congrГЁs gГ©nГ©ral des coopГ©rateurs, QuГ©bec (City) 1943
Written in English
At head of title: Fifth General Co-operative Congress.
|LC Classifications||HD3450 A3 Q38 1943|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||162|
POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY QUARTERLY, Vol. 9, No. 4, October , 'Collective consumption' revisited: Analysing modes of provision and access to childcare services in Montreal, Quebec DAMARIS ROSE Institut national de la recherche scientifique-Urbanisation, Universitdu Quec, rue Durocher, Montrl, Quec, Canada H2X 2C6 by: is the official website for the province of Nova Scotia. It is the one place to find all government services and information.
Hartley and Margaret Fredeen Scholarship in Co-operative Studies - Canadian Centre for the Study of Co-operatives Scholarship deadline extended to Decem !! The Hartley and Margaret Fredeen Scholarship ($5,) is offered annually to a student, entering or continuing studies in a master’s or doctoral program at the University of Location: University Of Saskatchewan, Diefenbaker Place, Saskatoon, S7N 5B8. Among these initiatives, the Wildrose’s policy book calls for the creation of an Alberta Pension Plan, which would see the province follow Quebec’s lead and .
Via the Canadian Worker Cooperative Federation. Quebec Declaration. In the lead-up to the UN International Year of Co-operatives , and on the occasion of the first North American Worker Co-operative Conference (Quebec City, October , ), the Worker Co-op Federations in North America have come together to create CICOPA-North America and have drafted this joint Declaration . Quebec’s whole co-operative movement has made tremendous strides in the last five years and is full of hopeful significance. of consumer co-operatives has been multiplied 10 times; members have quadrupled.
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Financial Co-operatives in Quebec, Canada: A Study of the Desjardins Movement M S Sriram• Abstract The paper is a study of the Desjardins movement – which has had almost a century long existence.
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At present there are worker co-ops with 7, members doing $ million in business. Most of these are concentrated in the forest industry which includes saw mills, pulpwood cutting, tree planting and an enormous nursery for spruce.
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Cooperatives whose objects come under the legislative authority of Québec may be constituted under this title; however, no cooperative may be constituted under this title to engage in trust company activities within the meaning of the Trust Companies and Savings Companies Act (chapter S) or deposit institution activities within the meaning of the Deposit Institutions and Deposit.
Philip Cross: Quebec’s conservatives are taking back a province that was once theirs The dissipation of Quebec’s separatist movement is leading to a. Translated by the Ontario Co-operative Association, October [email protected] Tel: The mission of the Ontario Co-operative Association is to lead, cultivate and connect the co-op Size: 48KB.
This means the Co-op Index can be considered a reliable tool for measuring the value of co-operative identity. The analysis also distinguished two groups within the survey questions in the Index: 58 questions were clearly related to Co-operative Values and Principles, while the other related mostly to management practices.
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For example. the first continuing hou ing co-op (Willow Park Housing Co-op) was established in Winnipeg in In the past year, housing co-op unit starts on a per capita basis in Manitoba were the highest. Read more about this on Questia. Canada (kăn´ədə), independent nation ( est.
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Ames, Sir Herbert B., K.B., LL.D., M.P. (Montreal, Que.), born Jat Montreal, of which city he has been a life-long resident. He is the only son of the late Evan Fisher Ames (who founded the shoe manufacturing concern of Ames, Holden & Company in ), and of Caroline Matilda Brown, his wife, who was a native of New York City.
Mr. E. F. Ames came to Canada from Conway, Mass.The conclusion emerging from this survey is that so far very little has been achieved, or even attempted, in the field of co-operation in the Colonial Empire, with the exception of a few bright spots, such as the Jewish co-operative movement in Palestine and, on a much more modest scale, credit and thrift societies in Malaya and Ceylon.Most extensively it focuses on the arctic regions.
The following is a summary of the reported history t of the artic co-operative movement from this piece: The co-operative sector in the artic regions began growing through a government response to the ’s increased interested in developing the mineral wealth and the tensions of the Cold War.