Cooperatives and the State: The Case of Ontario

@inproceedings{Heneberry2011CooperativesAT,
  title={Cooperatives and the State: The Case of Ontario},
  author={Jen Heneberry and Rachel Laforest},
  year={2011}
}
In the early 2000s, the cooperative movement in Ontario came together in order to lobby its provincial government for active cooperative development support programs. Momentum was building for these types of programs. Already, many provincial governments had implemented active support programs in their jurisdiction. Despite having one of the largest cooperative sectors in Canada, Ontario was lagging behind. This article assesses the progress of the efforts of the Ontario cooperative movement to… CONTINUE READING

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