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3 edition of history of Saskatchewan co-operative law found in the catalog.

history of Saskatchewan co-operative law

Don Mullord

history of Saskatchewan co-operative law

1900 to 1960

by Don Mullord

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Published by Centre for the Study of Co-operatives, University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, Sask .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cooperative societies -- Law and legislation -- Saskatchewan -- History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementDon Mullord, Christopher S. Axworthy and David Liston.
    SeriesOccasional paper ; 88-02, Occasional papers (University of Saskatchewan. Centre for the Study of Co-operatives) -- 88-02
    ContributionsAxworthy, Christopher S., Liston, David., University of Saskatchewan. Centre for the Study of Co-operatives.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKES321 C66 M84 1988
    The Physical Object
    Pagination64 p. --
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18703954M
    ISBN 10088880198X

    The Saskatchewan CCF followed suit, and adopted its current name in after a transitional period when the party was awkwardly named the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation, Saskatchewan Section of the New Democratic Party (Canada) or NDP-CCF for short. He helped to found the of the Asia Pacific Co-operative Research Partnership in His discipline is in legal science and his main research interests cover co-operative laws, co-operative economics, co-operative history, corporate governance, food supply chain, health and social care co-operatives, and the third sector/social economy.

    A co-operative is a corporation organized and controlled by its members, who pool resources to provide themselves and their patrons with goods, services, or other benefits. A cooperative business structure provides: Democratic control based on one member one vote. Open and voluntary membership. Patronage dividends. After Saskatchewan became a province on September 1, , Regina was officially decreed the capital on In the first city hall was completed in downtown Regina, while work began on the Saskatchewan Legislative Building across Wascana Lake. The years between and saw the city grow tenfold.

    A number of events will be taking place around the province to celebrate Co-operatives Week including a flag raising ceremony, the Co-op Week Luncheon and the Saskatchewan Co-Operative Merit AwardsFor more information, contact: Deb Young Trade and Export Development Regina Phone: Email: @ View All News Stories. The Saskatchewan Party is a centre-right political party in the Canadian province of , it has been the province's governing party; both the party and the province are currently led by Premier Scott party was established in by a coalition of former provincial Progressive Conservative and Liberal party members and supporters who sought to remove .


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Saskatchewan Co-operative Association 20th Street West Saskatoon SK S7M 0Z5. Office Hours: Mon - Fri: am - & - pm Sat - Sun: Closed. General Inquiries Tel. Fax. Email: [email protected] Get this from a library. A history of Saskatchewan co-operative law: to [Don Mullord; Christopher S Axworthy; David Liston; University of Saskatchewan.

Centre. The Co-operative Sector in Saskatchewan: A Statistical Overview. Louise Simbandumwe, Murray Fulton, and Lou Hammond Ketilson (54 p., Occasional Paper) A History of Saskatchewan Co-operative Law: to Donald Mullord, Christopher Axworthy, and David Liston (72 p., Occasional Paper), PDF.

(4) If a co-operative receives a notice mentioned in clause (2)(a) and fails to comply with subsection (3), the registered office is deemed to be the address in Saskatchewan of any of the directors of the co-operative that the registrar may assign until the time that the co-operative.

A History of Saskatchewan Co-operative Law — to Donald Mullord, Christopher Axworthy, and David Liston (66pp.) PDF: Co-operative Organizations in Western Canada.

Murray Fulton (40pp.) Farm Interest Groups and Canadian Agricultural Policy. Barry Wilson, David Laycock, and Murray Fulton (42pp.) 7 CO-OPERATIVES, c. C CHAPTER C An Act respecting Co-operatives PART I Interpretation and Application Short title 1 This Act may be cited as The Co-operatives Act, Interpretation 2(1) In this Act: “affairs” means the relationship among a co-operative, its subsidiaries and its members, directors and officers, but does not include the business carried.

Most are survivors of the extensive program of northern co-operative development undertaken by the Saskatchewan CCF government during the s and s. The first northern co-operative in Saskatchewan was the fishers’ co-op at Kinoosao on Reindeer Lake, incorporated in ; the number of Co-operatives grew to a high of 62 in The first General Co-operative Associations Act was passed by the Provincial government in was the beginning of one-day co-op schools, the framework for the Saskatchewan Co-operative Youth Program, and was also the year that the retail co-op stores worked together to form a wholesale co-operative, Federated Co-operatives Limited.

A great example of this use of the co-op business model comes from Saskatchewan, with the recent Saskatchewan First Nations Technical Services Co-operative (see sfntsc-backgrounder).

Established inthe 74 Saskatchewan First Nations came together to form a co-operative. On Jwith Canadian troops engaged in the opening stages of the battle to free Europe from the Nazis, a landslide election victory gives Saskatchewan's Co-operative Commonwealth. Peel Saskatchewan Co-operative Creamery Association.

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A History of Seneca. Save. A history of the Saskatchewan. The Saskatchewan and Ontario insurance operations amalgamated to form The Co-operators in Since then, The Co-operators has grown to best serve the needs of our clients and our co-operative goals.

We do business better together, just as we have done throughout our co-operative history. History of Saskatchewan encompasses the study of past human events and activities of the province of Saskatchewan, the middle of Canada's three prairie provinces. Archaeological studies give some clues as to the history and lifestyles of the Palaeo-Indian, Taltheilei, and Shield Archaic Traditions who were the first occupants of the prehistoric era of this geographical area.

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The Co-ops online course is all about co-ops. This unique six-week course explores the history of the model, how co-ops come about, and future uses of the model. Designed by the Canadian Centre for the Study of Co-operatives at the University of Saskatchewan, the course includes materials covering a broad range of topics and mini lectures from leading researchers in co-op studies.

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