Federated Co-op

Fertilizer Merchant expects prices to rise before seeding, then decrease afterward

Fertilizer Merchant expects prices to rise before seeding, then decrease afterward

Mar 19, 2024 | 5:08pm
Fertilizer prices are increasing as spring approaches. However, a large price drop is anticipated after seeding.  Matthew Krutzfeld, Senior Fertilizer Merchant with Federated Co-op was a speaker at the Cropportunities 2024 event held Thursday in Swift Current. Krutzfeld told Kevin Hursh, Chief Agricultural Editor of SaskAgToday.com, prices vary from one retail to the next depending […]

City of Regina and Federated Co-op agree on land sale for biodiesel plant

Nov 4, 2021 | 2:54pm

A new biodiesel plant, which would bring about two billion dollars in total economic impact to the Regina area, is one step closer to being built after an agreement was reached between the city and Federated Co-Op on a land sale The Executive Committee voted 10-1 in favour of the land deal. City administration recommended […]

Federated Co-Op looking to reduce greenhouse gases

Oct 21, 2021 | 2:28pm

Federated Co-operatives Limited is committing to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. On Thursday, CEO Scott Banda announced that FCL is committing to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions by 40 per cent below 2015 levels by the year 2030 and FCL is also aspiring to achieve net zero by the year 2050. Co-op also announced that […]

Federated Co-Op looking at selling off assets, but keeping Regina refinery

Sep 24, 2021 | 5:21pm

Federated Co-Operatives Limited is putting its oil production business in Western Canada up for sale,  but the company has no plans to get rid of its refinery in Regina. Also for sale is FCL’s stake in a carbon capture project at Weyburn operated by Whitecap Resources. A company spokesperson isn’t saying why this move is […]

Federated Co-operatives Limited Looking To Transform Its Energy Sector

Mar 2, 2021 | 2:43pm

Federated Co-operatives Limited is ready to adapt to the transitions in the energy sector. That from CEO Scott Banda as he reviewed the financials for 2020 which included a pandemic and an over five month labour dispute at the Refinery in Regina. He says FCL had strong results in its food, home and building, and […]

Unifor 594 ratifies new deal officially ending lockout at Co-Op Refinery

Jun 22, 2020 | 4:04pm

Members of Unifor Local 594 have ratified a tentative agreement with Federated Co-Op to end the nearly seven-month lockout at the Co-Op refinery with 89 percent of those eligible to vote saying yes to the offer. A release from Federated Co-Op says  the new contract is a seven-year deal that will ensure labour stability at […]

Premier Moe comments on Co-op refinery labour dispute as session resumes

Jun 16, 2020 | 9:54am

The sound of car horns could be heard from inside the Saskatchewan Legislature on Monday afternoon when MLAs began their three-week legislative session amid COVID-19. Unifor members were seen picketing outside of the building as the Co-op refinery labour dispute with Federated Co-op (FCL) continues. It has been over six months since workers were locked […]

Refinery lockout hits six month mark with no end in sight

Jun 5, 2020 | 3:30am

It was on December 5, 2019 that Federated Co-Op Limited locked out over 700 workers at the refinery in Regina, represented by UNIFOR Local 594, after 48 hour strike notice was given. On June 5, 2020, six months later, the two sides are still at odds in a labour dispute which has divided a city […]

Oil from Co-Op refinery leaks into city sewers

May 30, 2020 | 11:45am

Weather is being blamed for an incident May 22 where an unknown amount of oil from the Co-Op refinery spilled into city sewers. In a statement from Federated Co-Op, the company says the issue was detected May 22 when analysis showed irregularities.  The early investigation shows strong, sustained winds leading up to May 22 resulted […]