ACCA is now sharing news updates on a weekly basis! These updates include stories about co-ops in Alberta, ACCA events, and everything related to the International Year of the Co-operatives. It also features information around getting involved in upcoming events, learning opportunities and other activities. Our goal is to tell report on all of the successes happening in our province around Communities, Co-ops and Credit Unions.
YOU play an important role in developing news stories, and getting the word out about all of the great things happening in Alberta around co-ops.
You can help by:
• Contacting us with story ideas at email@example.com
• Forward ACCA news update to your co-ops, staff, and members
• Help us spread the word by connecting us with the communications, and media people in your organization. Who writes your newsletter, organizes events, and is active in your workplace? We want to meet them!
• Use these stories widely and freely within your co-op or community, using them in your news or hard copy publications.
• Share these stories with your local media
• Follow us on Facebook and Twitter
• Sign up for our newsletter
Check out our most recent editions
May 16th: Learning Labs at the CCA Congress and the 10 year anniversary of a community building co-op
May 10th: Engaging Co-ops to Reduce Poverty
April 25th: 2017 Starts Now event sparks possibilities for UFA
April 18th: Federated Co-operatives Limited Donates $1 Million to the Red cross
April 11th: Congrats to the Co-operators Voted Most sustainable Co-op
April 4th: Alberta Champions Co-op Development
March 28th: Credit Unions Get Feisty
March 21st: Report Demonstrates what Co-ops can do together
March 14th: Stony Plain Co-op Cluster Zeroes in on Education
March 8th: Co-operation Can Build Alberta’s C0-op Future
March 1st: ACCA Explores Creation of Alberta Co-op Enterprise Hub
February 22nd: Co-op Investment Fund Breaks Ground in Crowsnest Pass
February 15th: Seeking Volunteers for Youth Leadership Camp
February 8th: Find ACCA on Linked In
February 1st: Collaborating Can Position Co-ops as Values-Based Businesses
January 25th: Activating The Gathering: From Ideas to Action
December 14th: ACCA Year in Review
December 7th: 27 Year Old Gets 600,000 people to switch to Credit Unions
November 23rd: Gathering Celebrates Co-op Family, Plans Bright Future
November 15th: Gathering of Alberta Co-ops Starts Tomorrow
November 8th: Quebec International Summit Deepens a Movement
November 1st: Building a Better World Book Inspires
October 25th: Cooperative Communications a Finalist in National Contest
October 18th: Gathering Alberta Co-ops to be a Powerful Experience
October 11th: We’re not Just Co-ops, We’re Alberta Co-ops!
October 5th: Ghana Trip Inspires New Generation of Co-op Leaders
September 27: 30-Day Co-op Challenge & Stony Plain Mural
September 20: Parliament’s Report & Co-op’s Ethnic Diversity
September 13: Gathering of Alberta Co-ops & Government’s Role in Co-ops
September 6: UFA Donates $100K to End Poverty & National Co-op Challenge
August 30: Joining imagiNation & World Credit Union Conference
August 23: Housing Co-ops & Int’l Best Practices
August 16: Let’s make co-ops go mainstream
August 9: Co-op Clusters Leave Lasting Legacy
August 2: An Invitation to Historic Co-op Gathering
July 27th :Co-op director speaks in Barbados & new red box video
July 20: ACCA Launches The Red Box Social Media Campaign
July 13th: The Power of Worker Owned Co-ops
July 6th: IYC Halfway point/ Worker Co-op Rep receives National Award
June 28th: Stampeding Co-ops
June 21st: International Co-operative Day News
June 14th: Creating Community Leaders
June 7th: Co-op Basics at Upcoming Calgary Event & IYC Hot Spots
May 31st: ACCAGears Up for Summer Co-operative Youth Leadership Program
May 24th: Supporting a Resilient and Sustainable Economy
May 16th: Co-operative Youth Program
Inaugural Special Edition: Unleashing Local Capital initiative to empower community investments
September 2011 Newsletter
Archived ACCA Newsletters
Check out our Past Newsletters in PDF version!
This electronic publication, in PDF, is inexpensive to prepare and to send. The live links allow for the reader to go to various websites for further information and to open e-mail messages to those mentioned in the publication. ACCA News and Views can also be printed.
If you do not have Adobe Acrobat or Acrobat Reader on your computer – or if you have an old version of either – you can download the latest version of Reader at www.adobe.com. Acrobat Reader is free.