We are proud to present the Gathering of Alberta Co-operatives in partnership with the following supporters. Interested in supporting us? Click here to learn more.

Miller Thomson

As a presenting partner of the 2018 Gathering, Miller Thomson LLP are consistently recognized for their industry-leading advisory expertise. As a full service law firm deeply rooted in Canadian communities, they help businesses of every size and work with not-for-profit organizations, financial institutions and governments to navigate complexities of today's business landscape.

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Servus Credit Union

As a presenting partner of the 2018 Gathering, Servus Credit Union are the largest financial co-operative in Alberta serving over 380,000 members 100+ locations in 59 provincial communities. By helping their members be financially fit, they are able to further their vision of building a better world.

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Rural based and rural focused, EQUS is Canada's largest owned member utility.

When the power goes out, so does EQUS. Even if it means missing a hockey game or a family dinner, they are committed to keeping the power on 24/7/365.

Find out what it means to be Co-op Power:
'A Day In The Life of a Foreman'

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Town of Stony Plain

The location for the 2018 Gathering of Alberta Co-operatives, the Town of Stony Plain is a local govenment authority delivering services to a community of more that 17,189 people.

Mayor William Choi will be joining the Gathering on Wednesday to officially welcome you to Stony Plain and open the conference.

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Parkland County

Parkland County, located just west of the City of Edmonton, is a vibrant and robust rural community of 30,000 people.

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Fast forward from the very first gas co-ops in Alberta to 2015, where several energy companies joined forces to create new opportunities for consumers across the province to form ACE. ACE ensures every Albertan can continue to own their own power.

They look forward to seeing you at the ACE Energy Drinks Reception at the end of Day 1 of the conference.

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canadian co-operative investment fund

The CCIF was created in 2017 to support co‑operatives and mutuals to access capital without compromising their autonomy and their one member one vote structure.